NFL Shifts Rams to L.A., Puts Chargers Next in Line

As reported by the San Francisco Chronicle:

HOUSTON — Oakland, the city with no stadium plans and a halfhearted effort to hang on to the Raiders, gets to keep the team anyway — for now.

The Raiders pulled their bid to relocate to the Los Angeles area late Tuesday after it became clear the team didn’t have the support from NFL owners to move.

Instead, after a long day of deliberations, NFL owners meeting at the Westin Memorial City in Houston formally approved the relocation of the St. Louis Rams to Los Angeles, with ultra-wealthy Rams owner Stan Kroenke planning a $1.86 billion stadium project in Inglewood. The San Diego Chargers were given the option to join them in Inglewood after haggling unsuccessfully for years for a new stadium.

But if the Chargers decline to move, the option to join the Rams in Inglewood will be given to the Raiders, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said.

The plan was approved by …

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Comments

  1. NO- NO-NO.!!! They need to just do a couple of expansion teams. LEAVE the other teams alone. Besides Los Angeles taxpayers can’t afford to build a stadium, much less in Inglewood. I wouldn’t feel safe going there for a game and parking my car.

  2. DR Richard Muccillo says

    Do you really think that the coliseum is safe or all the other dumb places that lakers have been in–chargers should move and play in Pasadena–no expansion and less football –it has become nothing but hype national felon league

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