Art Modell was glum.
Baltimore football fans felt a bit guilty.
Maryland Stadium Authority chairman John Moag was relieved.
Those were among the most prominent emotions that swirled around the news conference on Nov. 6, 1995, during which it was announced that the Cleveland Browns — one of the NFL's cornerstone franchises — had agreed to relocate to Baltimore.
It certainly doesn't seem like it has been 20 years since the controversial move that spawned the Baltimore Ravens, and that day is still fresh in the mind of the man who negotiated the deal that also included the construction of the state-of-the-art football stadium that completed the...