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March 29, 2003 | Sam Farmer, Times Staff Writer
Investment banker John Moag, who helped clear the way for the Cleveland Browns to move to Baltimore, has turned his attention to bringing the NFL back to Los Angeles. At the behest of the league, he is leading the charge to rebuild the Rose Bowl. Question: Are you encouraged you can get this project done? Answer: I'm encouraged by different things. One is the enthusiasm by both elected officials and business organizations, community organizations in Pasadena....
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March 29, 2003 | Sam Farmer, Times Staff Writer
Investment banker John Moag, who helped clear the way for the Cleveland Browns to move to Baltimore, has turned his attention to bringing the NFL back to Los Angeles. At the behest of the league, he is leading the charge to rebuild the Rose Bowl. Question: Are you encouraged you can get this project done? Answer: I'm encouraged by different things. One is the enthusiasm by both elected officials and business organizations, community organizations in Pasadena....
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September 7, 1996 | T.J. SIMERS
Jerry Jones would never part with the Cowboys--would he? Shoot-fire, no, but then why does he get so jacked up talking about the Los Angeles football market and the great challenge that is just sitting there to be conquered? If the new television contract--as yet to be negotiated--does not call for huge financial gains when it kicks in before the 1998 season, Jones' Cowboys are going to have significant salary-cap concerns.
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September 7, 1996 | T.J. SIMERS
Jerry Jones would never part with the Cowboys--would he? Shoot-fire, no, but then why does he get so jacked up talking about the Los Angeles football market and the great challenge that is just sitting there to be conquered? If the new television contract--as yet to be negotiated--does not call for huge financial gains when it kicks in before the 1998 season, Jones' Cowboys are going to have significant salary-cap concerns.
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May 1, 2003
Re "Finally, an NFL Winning Play: Pro Football Foots the Bill," Commentary, April 28: Frank del Olmo's suggestion that investment banker John Moag's plan to bring the NFL to the Rose Bowl "would work perfectly in the Coliseum" fails to consider one very significant impediment, the Coliseum Commission. Randall Bouza Orcutt, Calif.
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August 13, 2002 | Sam Farmer
In a move that underscores their interest in landing an NFL team, Rose Bowl officials have struck a deal with John Moag, the stadium consultant who helped clear the way for the Cleveland Browns to move to Baltimore. Moag cannot officially be hired until the move is approved today by the board of directors of the Rose Bowl Operating Company, and Monday by the Pasadena City Council. Moag, chairman of Moag & Co.
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January 13, 1996 | Associated Press
Jim Mora, who overcame an 0-5 start and speculation that he would be fired, will return for his 11th season as coach of the New Orleans Saints. Mora, 60, has a regular-season career record of 91-68. But he has not had a winning season since the Saints went 12-4 and made their fourth playoff appearance in 1992 and is winless in four postseason appearances. The Saints also promoted Bill Kuharich to general manager.
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March 18, 2003 | Sam Farmer
The viability of the Rose Bowl will be a discussion topic at the NFL owners meetings next week in Phoenix, but there will be no formal presentation touting the stadium as a pro football solution. There was a possibility that a Rose Bowl contingent, led by investment banker John Moag, would deliver an encore presentation to all 32 owners. Moag and his associates addressed a smaller group of owners, including the so-called Los Angeles task force, at a meeting two weeks ago in Palm Beach, Fla.
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April 27, 2003 | Dave Morgan
The $500-million plan to renovate the Rose Bowl that was unveiled by stadium officials last week represents a significant development in the process to bring an NFL team back to the Los Angeles area, league Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said Saturday. "It really brings it to a new level of specificity and concreteness in terms of planning and design," Tagliabue told a group of sports editors.
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November 3, 1995 | Associated Press
Quarterback Jeff Hostetler and strong safety Derrick Hoskins will be able to play for the Oakland Raiders on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. Hostetler had been awaiting final medical clearance after fracturing cartilage in his throat three weeks ago at Denver. Hoskins has a strained his groin but improved enough this week to be removed from the injury list. Nickel back James Trapp, sidelined for two weeks because of a sprained knee, was upgraded from questionable to probable.
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March 6, 2003 | Sam Farmer, Times Staff Writer
Rose Bowl officials are poised to take another small step toward landing an NFL team. They will meet with the Rose Bowl Operating Committee tonight and will ask that funds be allocated for an environmental impact report for a completely renovated Rose Bowl. The report would take roughly a year to assemble and would cost about $150,000. The Pasadena City Council also would need to approve the allocation.
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June 12, 2003 | Sam Farmer, Times Staff Writer
Pasadena officials met in New York on Wednesday with NFL executives and left feeling their bid to bring a pro football team to the Rose Bowl is back on track. NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue attended the two-hour meeting, as did Chief Operating Officer Roger Goodell, who oversees all stadium issues. Joining investment banker John Moag and Rose Bowl General Manager Darryl Dunn for the meeting were Pasadena City Manager Cynthia Kurtz and Finance Director Jay Goldstone.
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