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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | March 7, 1992
Florida businessman Malcolm Glazer pulled out of negotiations to buy the financially troubled New England Patriots yesterday, and decided to concentrate on pursuing an NFL expansion team for Baltimore.Glazer heads one of three groups that have applied for a Baltimore expansion team. He said in a statement that "the prospect for franchise relocation was discussed" during talks with Patriots majority owner Victor Kiam.Glazer's two sons, Bryan and Joel, declined to discuss specifics about the possibility of moving the team yesterday, but Bryan Glazer said: "We would never do anything without league permission.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Sun Staff Writer | January 18, 1995
When he was campaigning for the hearts and minds of Baltimoreans, Malcolm Glazer apparently knew he had his work cut out for him.Glazer, a Rochester, N.Y., native living in Palm Beach, Fla., faced suspicion he was just another mercenary in a city with plenty of reason to be wary of out-of-town sports team owners.So he went out of his way to compliment the city and assure his support and loyalty -- until he bought the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.In comments widely rebroadcast in Baltimore yesterday, Glazer said he's glad he didn't get a team here.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Staff Writer Staff writer John Frece contributed to this article | September 21, 1993
CHICAGO -- Baltimore's presentation to football owners today may decide not only whether the city gets back into the NFL, but also who would own the franchise if it were awarded.Baltimore's delegation -- including Gov. William Donald Schaefer makes its presentation from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Because it is the only city with two ownership groups vying for the team, $l Baltimore will get an additional 30 minutes for the investors to make their separate pitches.Baltimore -- which is competing with Charlotte, N.C., St. Louis, Memphis, Tenn.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Staff Writer | December 1, 1993
ROSEMONT, Ill. -- Malcolm Glazer, a man not known for sentimentality, was near tears yesterday after Baltimore's bid for an NFL expansion team ended in failure."
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Staff Writer | December 1, 1993
ROSEMONT, Ill. -- Malcolm Glazer, a man not known for sentimentality, was near tears yesterday after Baltimore's bid for an NFL expansion team ended in failure."
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Sun Staff Writer | January 18, 1995
When he was campaigning for the hearts and minds of Baltimoreans, Malcolm Glazer apparently knew he had his work cut out for him.Glazer, a Rochester, N.Y., native living in Palm Beach, Fla., faced suspicion he was just another mercenary in a city with plenty of reason to be wary of out-of-town sports team owners.So he went out of his way to compliment the city and assure his support and loyalty -- until he bought the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.In comments widely rebroadcast in Baltimore yesterday, Glazer said he's glad he didn't get a team here.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | April 30, 1992
Ernie Accorsi is coming home.Accorsi, the last general manager of the Baltimore Colts, resigned yesterday as executive vice president of football operations of the Cleveland Browns.Accorsi plans to return to Baltimore -- though a native of Hershey, Pa., he has lived much of his life here -- while he looks for another job, and one that would have to be at the top of his list would be running an NFL expansion team in Baltimore."I don't want to make it seem like I'm campaigning for the job, but obviously I'm open to any possibility, including caddying at Caves Valley Country Club.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | August 30, 1992
In Section 8 of Memorial Stadium's upper deck, with a hallelujah chorus of 60,021 souls ringing in his ears, Malcolm Glazer opens his mouth and sings off-key."
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | April 30, 1992
Ernie Accorsi is coming home.Accorsi, the last general manager of the Baltimore Colts, resigned yesterday as executive vice president of football operations of the Cleveland Browns.Accorsi plans to return to Baltimore -- though a native of Hershey, Pa., he has lived much of his life here -- while he looks for another job. One that would have to be at the top of his list would be running an NFL expansion team in Baltimore."I don't want to make it seem like I'm campaigning for the job, but obviously I'm open to any possibility, including caddying at Caves Valley Country Club.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | September 2, 1993
ASHBURN, Va. -- Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys became the first NFL owner to endorse publicly a four-team expansion yesterday, and he virtually suggested he would like to see the Malcolm Glazer family get one of the teams.Although commissioner Paul Tagliabue said Tuesday that the owners still plan to expand by two teams in October, Jones said in a conference call to Redskin Park, "I'm one of the owners who are positive in leaning towards expansion in more than two cities. I think there are owners who want to look at it."
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Staff Writer Staff writer John Frece contributed to this article | September 21, 1993
CHICAGO -- Baltimore's presentation to football owners today may decide not only whether the city gets back into the NFL, but also who would own the franchise if it were awarded.Baltimore's delegation -- including Gov. William Donald Schaefer makes its presentation from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Because it is the only city with two ownership groups vying for the team, $l Baltimore will get an additional 30 minutes for the investors to make their separate pitches.Baltimore -- which is competing with Charlotte, N.C., St. Louis, Memphis, Tenn.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | September 2, 1993
ASHBURN, Va. -- Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys became the first NFL owner to endorse publicly a four-team expansion yesterday, and he virtually suggested he would like to see the Malcolm Glazer family get one of the teams.Although commissioner Paul Tagliabue said Tuesday that the owners still plan to expand by two teams in October, Jones said in a conference call to Redskin Park, "I'm one of the owners who are positive in leaning towards expansion in more than two cities. I think there are owners who want to look at it."
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Staff Writer | August 12, 1993
Pity the poor rhino.The ancient beast has been driven from its native continent by weather changes, hunted to near-extinction for the supposedly sex-enhancing chemicals in its horn and terrorized day and night by packs of hyenas.And now the ponderous giant, after 50 million years of patient, vegetarian existence, may be denied its first shot at the big leagues by the merciless bashing of rhino-haters.The prospective owners of the city's NFL team tentatively settled on the name Rhinos over the past week.
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By SYLVIA BADGER | August 30, 1992
It felt good to be one of nearly 1,000 people who took a nostalgic trip down memory lane Wednesday evening at Martin's West. The occasion was a fund-raiser for the Door, an inner city ministry founded by former Colts tackle Joe Ehrmann.And what a reunion it was, as nearly 80 former Baltimore Colts greeted each other and adoring fans. The players were here, at their own expense, for the half-time show at Thursday night's game between the New Orleans Saints and the Miami Dolphins and to attend Ehrmann's fund-raiser.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | August 30, 1992
In Section 8 of Memorial Stadium's upper deck, with a hallelujah chorus of 60,021 souls ringing in his ears, Malcolm Glazer opens his mouth and sings off-key."
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | April 30, 1992
Ernie Accorsi is coming home.Accorsi, the last general manager of the Baltimore Colts, resigned yesterday as executive vice president of football operations of the Cleveland Browns.Accorsi plans to return to Baltimore -- though a native of Hershey, Pa., he has lived much of his life here -- while he looks for another job, and one that would have to be at the top of his list would be running an NFL expansion team in Baltimore."I don't want to make it seem like I'm campaigning for the job, but obviously I'm open to any possibility, including caddying at Caves Valley Country Club.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Staff Writer | August 12, 1993
Pity the poor rhino.The ancient beast has been driven from its native continent by weather changes, hunted to near-extinction for the supposedly sex-enhancing chemicals in its horn and terrorized day and night by packs of hyenas.And now the ponderous giant, after 50 million years of patient, vegetarian existence, may be denied its first shot at the big leagues by the merciless bashing of rhino-haters.The prospective owners of the city's NFL team tentatively settled on the name Rhinos over the past week.
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By SYLVIA BADGER | August 30, 1992
It felt good to be one of nearly 1,000 people who took a nostalgic trip down memory lane Wednesday evening at Martin's West. The occasion was a fund-raiser for the Door, an inner city ministry founded by former Colts tackle Joe Ehrmann.And what a reunion it was, as nearly 80 former Baltimore Colts greeted each other and adoring fans. The players were here, at their own expense, for the half-time show at Thursday night's game between the New Orleans Saints and the Miami Dolphins and to attend Ehrmann's fund-raiser.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | April 30, 1992
Ernie Accorsi is coming home.Accorsi, the last general manager of the Baltimore Colts, resigned yesterday as executive vice president of football operations of the Cleveland Browns.Accorsi plans to return to Baltimore -- though a native of Hershey, Pa., he has lived much of his life here -- while he looks for another job. One that would have to be at the top of his list would be running an NFL expansion team in Baltimore."I don't want to make it seem like I'm campaigning for the job, but obviously I'm open to any possibility, including caddying at Caves Valley Country Club.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | March 7, 1992
Florida businessman Malcolm Glazer pulled out of negotiations to buy the financially troubled New England Patriots yesterday, and decided to concentrate on pursuing an NFL expansion team for Baltimore.Glazer heads one of three groups that have applied for a Baltimore expansion team. He said in a statement that "the prospect for franchise relocation was discussed" during talks with Patriots majority owner Victor Kiam.Glazer's two sons, Bryan and Joel, declined to discuss specifics about the possibility of moving the team yesterday, but Bryan Glazer said: "We would never do anything without league permission.
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