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BENGALS' BROWN QUIETLY VISITS BALTIMORE
Published June 9, 1995
Bengals President Mike Brown visited Baltimore yesterday and said he was "very serious" about moving his team from Cincinnati, writes Jon Morgan in this morning's BALTIMORE SUN. However, Morgan reports that "local officials came away wary that Brown is more intent on striking a deal at home." Brown met with local officials and attended an Orioles game in the Maryland Stadium Authority's suite at Camden Yards. MSA Chair John Moag: "We have a shot, but we've had shots before. ... Nobody ought to get excited about this." Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke, who dropped by the suite to visit with Brown: "This thing is a long way from getting resolved. You have to remember that the NFL hierarchy isn't eager to put a team in this market" (Baltimore SUN, 6/9).