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Richardson's excited that his Super goal is in sight

By Peter May
Globe Staff / January 28, 2004

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HOUSTON -- When the NFL was deciding where to place its newest team, the commissioner, Paul Tagliabue, turned to two owners to make the recommendation: the Patriots' Robert Kraft and the Panthers' Jerry Richardson. They decided that Houston, which had lost the Oilers, should get another team. They also gave the new owner a much-needed bone -- Super Bowl XXXVIII. (Full Article: 556 Words)

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