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March 19, 1991|From Staff and Wire Reports

After meeting with Massachusetts Gov. William Weld and Boston Mayor Raymond Flynn, owner Victor Kiam of the New England Patriots said he will decide whether to move the team within the next six months.

"My preference is to keep the team in the Boston area," Kiam told the Boston Globe after arriving in Hawaii for the NFL meetings.

Kiam, upset with his lease at Foxboro Stadium, is reportedly considering Baltimore.

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