The Shreveport Steamer began the 1974 season in Houston as the Houston Texans, playing their home games at the Houston Astrodome. Toward the end of the season, the team relocated to Shreveport, Louisiana and became the Shreveport Steamer. They played at the 30,000-seat State Fair Stadium. Fun fact: Larry King, of future CNN fame, was one of their broadcasters.
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