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From Staff and Wire Reports

NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue endorsed a plan to build a domed stadium in Boston for the New England Patriots.

Tagliabue met with Boston Mayor Raymond Flynn, who pitched the concept of a stadium that could seat 70,000 people and host 100 athletic and cultural events a year, despite the region’s unpredictable weather.

The mayor said he wants the NFL to help finance the stadium and agree to hold two Super Bowl games in Boston within the dome’s first five years.


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