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BUCS MAKING THE ROUNDS
Published February 15, 1996
Osceola County Commission Chair Charles Owen remains "optimistic" a deal can be struck to bring the Bucs to Orlando. Owen met yesterday for 90 minutes with Bucs GM Rich McKay and VPs Bryan and Joel Glazer to discuss potential revenue sources for stadium and training facilities (Millican & Lebowitz, ORLANDO SENTINEL, 2/15). Meanwhile, the Bucs have hired attorney Mark Levinstein of DC-based Williams & Connolly to consult the team on relocation issues. Levinstein represented former Patriots Owner Victor Kiam in a federal lawsuit against the NFL over charges the league conspired to prevent Kiam from moving (Jeff Testerman, ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, 2/15).