NFL

By Sam Farmer
July 19, 2014

San Diego Chargers, St. Louis Rams and Oakland Raiders have stadium leases that could make move to L.A. viable

New leases on life?

The San Diego Chargers, St. Louis Rams and Oakland Raiders are working with year-to-year stadium leases heading into the season, meaning any of them can search for a new home if all doesn’t go well in their city this year. The teams’ lease situations:

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS

Current home: Qualcomm Stadium.

Opened in: 1967

Years at site: 1967-present.

Lease terms: The Chargers have an escape clause that allows them to terminate their agreement during an annual window between Feb. 1 and May 1. The team negotiated that clause in 2004. Seven mayors have come and gone in San Diego since the Chargers began looking for stadium solutions 10 years ago.

ST. LOUIS RAMS

Current home: Edward Jones Dome.

Opened in: 1995.

Years at site: 1995-present.

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