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FRANCHISE NOTES: WILL JAGS RETURN TO CHEESE LEAGUE?
Published September 25, 1995
WI Gov. Tommy Thompson met with Jaguars Owner Wayne Weaver during last night's Packers-Jaguars game in Jacksonville in an effort to persuade the team to return to Stevens Point, WI, for training camp. The club's practice facility in Jacksonville still has not been completed (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 9/25)....Peter Gammons reports that George Brett is trying to put a group together to buy the Royals (BOSTON GLOBE, 9/24)....In Miami, hockey writer David Neal predicts the Panthers will leave after this season (MIAMI HERALD, 9/24)....The Pistons report season ticket sales are ahead of last year's pace, all 180 suites have been sold, and that 80% of TV/radio ad time is sold for the upcoming season (CRAIN'S DETROIT BUSINESS, 9/18 issue).