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CLEVELAND MAYOR WHITE SAYS HE'S NOT ON PROWL FOR BENGALS
Published February 15, 1996
Cleveland Mayor Michael White yesterday said again he is opposed to the Bengals moving to Cleveland. White said he would simply avoid Bengals Owner Mike Brown. White: "I won't talk to the man. If the NFL can do a deal without me to bring Cincinnati here, then that's their business" (Bart Hubbuch, Akron BEACON JOURNAL, 2/15). In other news, Cleveland's deal with the NFL ends just two of 10 lawsuits filed against the Browns since November 6, according to the Cleveland PLAIN DEALER. Cuyahoga Common Pleas Judge Kenneth Callahan is scheduled to meet next Tuesday with the lawyers from pending cases (Cleveland PLAIN DEALER, 2/14).