Rams, Chargers, Raiders set to file for relocation by Monday deadline

The deadline for an NFL team to apply for relocation to the Los Angeles market is today, and the St. Louis Rams, San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders all are set to meet that deadline.

Rams’ owner Stan Kroenke plans to build a new NFL stadium in Inglewood, Calif., while the Raiders and Chargers are working together on a proposal for a stadium in nearby Carson, Calif. All three teams are expected to officially file their relocation requests by Monday’s deadline.

Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, who is part of the NFL’s six-member L.A. committee, said on Sunday that he expects at least one NFL franchise to be playing in the Los Angeles area next season.

League owners are likely to vote Jan. 12-13 in Houston whether to allow the Rams, Raiders, Chargers — or some combination of teams — to move to the Los Angeles market.

Read more from the St. Louis Business Journal


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