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DECISION STILL LOOMS ON OILERS' CARPET FIASCO
Published August 29, 1995
The NFL is conducting hearings with the Oilers and Astrodome USA officials regarding August 19th's canceled preseason game with the Chargers and the $2M in revenues lost due to the cancelation. John Williams reports in this morning's HOUSTON CHRONICLE that this is an unprecedented situation for the league. On Friday, the team asked U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes for permission to tack on the $2M lost from the game to their pending lawsuit against Houston, Harris County and Astrodome USA (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 8/29).