Cards Get $16M To Begin Ballpark Village Next Phase CBS Has Deal To Stream NFL Games NFL Re-Evaluates Scheduling For Teams Playing "TNF" NFL Players To Wear Customized Cleats For Charity ISC Plans $178M Phoenix Int'l Raceway Upgrade Raiders' Davis Not Involved In Oakland Talks NFL Viewership Down Among Older Viewers Facility Notes Cowboys May Help Raise Primetime Ratings Details Emerge On Oakland Plan For Raiders
Published May 6, 1996
49ers President Carmen Policy, on the upcoming public consideration of funds for a new stadium for the team: "If you recognize that an NFL franchise is valuable to the city, it's that simple. We need a little help (PHILA. INQUIRER, 5/5)....Despite opposition from aviation groups that say building a stadium near National Airport will disrupt flights, Arlington County officials are not giving up their bid to build a new baseball stadium (WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL, 5/3-9)....Yankees Owner George Steinbrenner says he is considering a report from HOK architectural firm and will make a decision about a possible new site for the team "within a month" (N.Y. TIMES, 5/5)....The job of constructing a new stadium for the Mariners will be awarded to Huber, Hunt & Nichols Inc. of Indianapolis, the builders of Cleveland's Jacobs Field and the Diamondbacks' Bank One Ballpark (Tacoma NEWS TRIBUNE, 5/3).