The NFL owner’s meetings ended Tuesday with a resolution to send the St. Louis Rams to Inglewood and the San Diego and Oakland Raiders home.
However, it may not be for long.
The San Diego Chargers will have until the next owner’s meetings on March 20-23, 2016 to find a sufficient way to play in Los Angeles this season. If a plan doesn’t conspire or the owner’s don’t pass the proposal, then the Bolts will have until January 16, 2017 to try to make a deal with Stan Kroenke and share the stadium.
Should Dean Spanos and Kroenke not come to an agreement by then, the Oakland Raiders will then have their opportunity to make a deal with Kroenke.
According to Steve Tisch, chairman and executive vice president of the New York Giants, it doesn’t seems as though the Chargers will be playing this season in Los Angeles.
As for the future who knows, but for now San Diego gets its team back.
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