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FRANCHISE NOTES: IT'S THIRD AND LONG FOR THE STALLIONS
Published November 9, 1995
CFL Stallions Owner Jim Speros was in Houston yesterday and said the city is "No. 1" on his list of place to relocate if he is forced to move the team with the Browns moving to Baltimore (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 11/9)....Whalers Owner Peter Karmanos has denied rumors he has worked out a plan with the state of CT to move the team because of losses and attendance (Viv Bernstein, DETROIT FREE PRESS, 11/7).