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The Baltimore Bombers were a proposed National Football League expansion team located in Baltimore, Maryland. When the NFL was awarding expansion teams to two cities in 1993, Baltimore was among the cities vying for a team. In their proposal, the potential owners of the team had settled on the “Baltimore Bombers” as the team’s nickname in honor of the B-26 Maruader, a World War II bomber designed by the Glenn L Martin Company, and produced in Baltimore. Leonard “Boogie” Weinglass, founder of the retailer Merry Go Round, was one of the potential owners of the Baltimore expansion team.