Baltimore 'owners' descend on Minn.

January 27, 1992|By John Steadman

MINNEAPOLIS 5/8 5/8 — MINNEAPOLIS -- Super Bowl activity brought visitations from all three of Baltimore's would-be ownership groups -- providing the city is awarded an expansion franchise.

Leonard "Boogie" Weinglass was here and, according to commissioner Paul Tagliabue, "went out snowmobiling with Mike Lynn," general manager of the Minnesota Vikings before the start of the Super Bowl.

Tom Clancy and his wife arrived for the game and Joel and Bryan Glazer, sons of Malcolm Glazer, another potential owner, spent the better part of the week getting to know NFL officials.

Other hopeful expansion cities also were represented.

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