ATLANTA -- GEORGIA FRONTIERE WAS FEELING FLUSH. Her team had just won the Super Bowl. She walked up to one of the postgame-interview podiums in the bowels of the Georgia Dome -- named for the state, not her -- and hugged her coach, Dick Vermeil. As Vermeil returned to the locker room, Frontiere stepped down from the podium but dallied before leaving, answering questions from a few reporters huddled near her holding... More >>>
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By D.J. Wilson
Georgia Frontiere obviously wanted to bury the hatchet, right in Tagliabue's head, over the league's opposing her move and sticking her with a $29 million relocation fee they didn't put on NFL public enemy No. 1, Raiders owner Al Davis.