Murstein said he would meet with New York City officials this week and would propose building a soccer stadium near Shea Stadium in Queens. He also said he had offered more than $1 million and other incentives to purchase the Cosmos name from Peppe Pinton, who holds the rights to the recognizable team from the North American Soccer League that has not played in more than 20 years. "I like to think I made a realistic offer, but the owner of the trademark has his own idea of what it's worth," Murstein said.This is actually getting interesting. Could it be that the Cosmos end up at Shea and the Metros move somewhere else? AEG isn't happy with playing at the Meadowlands and Harrison doesn't seem like it'll ever happen. Bringing the Cosmos name back to life has been rumored for some time but it never looked like it would happen. How about the San Antonio Metrostars? Doesn't quite sound right. We'll need to keep watching this story.