Get over it.
There was a football team in Baltimore called the "Colts" for 32 years. The franchise moved to Indianapolis in 1984. The circumstances of the move left many in Baltimore angry. The owner packed up the team and shipped it in moving vans in the dark of night.
Baltimore seems to forget that the city made it clear the Colts were not welcome. fans did not come to the games. If 50% of the supposed "die-hard" fans who "will never get over it" actually went to the games, the Colts would likely still be in Baltimore.
The city was making efforts to take the team from the owner through eminent domain. If a government entity was trying to take your business away, what would you do?
The Colts were in Baltimore for 32 years. They have now been in Indianapolis for 27. Maybe in six years the people of Baltimore will quit crying about the move. After all, they do currently have a very successful NFL franchise. Maybe they should support it?