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BUCS TOLD TO WORK OUT DEAL WITH TAMPA BY APRIL
Published March 14, 1996
Bucs Owner Malcolm Glazer has been "advised strongly" by the NFL to continue negotiations with Tampa and "hammer out" an agreement for a new $168M stadium, according to this morning's TAMPA TRIBUNE. Yasinskas & Pugliese report the league wants a Bucs deal completed before it formally addresses the proposed relocations of the Seahawks and Oilers at a special meeting in April. One NFL owner: "Believe me, there is a lot of pressure being applied on Glazer. Everything that can be done is being done. The commissioner doesn't want that situation getting out of hand like some of the others" (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 3/14).