Report: Chargers Have No Interest in Rams Stadium Plan in L.A.

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Chargers say they have “zero interest” in switching alliances at the 11th hour of the Los Angeles stadium derby and remain committed to join the Oakland Raiders with a new stadium in Carson, California, Brent Schrotenboer of USA Today reports.

NFL owners are scheduled to meet here Tuesday and Wednesday to decide which teams move into which competing stadium project in L.A. County, if any. The apparent choices on the table are the Carson project, jointly backed by the Chargers and Raiders, or a stadium plan near the L.A. airport in Inglewood, backed by St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke.

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is among those who have pushed the idea of having the Chargers and Rams together in Inglewood. But the Chargers still say they don’t want that.


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2 Responses to “Report: Chargers Have No Interest in Rams Stadium Plan in L.A.”

  1. Mike says:

    Can someone explain to me the benefits Spanos had lined up with his deal in Carson with the Raiders and why it is so different than any deal available to him with the Rams in Inglewood? Knowing why he wanted Carson so badly could help understand what it will take to get a deal done in San Diego.

  2. I say that San Diego needs to get the ball rolling on this project. Quit pussy footing around and get this behind them. Spend as much needed to make winners out of this team. It’s long over due!

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