Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL team owners met in Illinois on Tuesday to review the presentations of the competing L.A.-area stadium plans.

By Sam Farmer
August 11, 2015

Relocation-minded NFL teams made their pitches Tuesday, but it will take months to know how well they performed.

That’s when the league’s owners are expected to decide which teams, if any, will be given permission to move. The vote could come as early as December, although the situation remains fluid.
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In a special one-day meeting taking place at a hotel near O’Hare Airport, owners of the league’s 32 teams heard presentations of competing L.A.-area projects. St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke is proposing a stadium in Inglewood, while San Diego Chargers owner Dean Spanos and Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis are touting a stadium in Carson.

“There is not a possibility that’s being taken off the table,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said when asked about different permutations in the three-team, two-stadium game of musical chairs. (There will not be two new stadiums constructed in the market.)

“We’re just looking for the right solution.”

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