Over the weekend, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones officially suggested the Charers/Rams/Inglewood plan—which has been floating around in the ether for a while now—in a letter to the NFL, reports the LA Daily News. Late last year, Kroenke said he’d agree to a 50/50 deal on his stadium with a hypothetical second team, but the Chargers have been firm about their commitment to the Raiders. Last month, team owner Dean Spanos preemptively rejected the deal in a letter to the NFL’s LA move committee, writing “Nothing in Stan’s letter gives me any reason to reconsider my partnership with (Raiders owner) Mark Davis and our chosen stadium site.” Still, if it’s Inglewood or nothing—and Inglewood seems to be the stronger stadium proposal—Spanos might have to change his mind.
The NFL owners are expected to vote on the Los Angeles move this week, but if they still can’t figure out a plan, the decision could be bumped.
· Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is proposing Rams, Chargers NFL team-up in LA [LADN]
· Two NFL Teams Could Relocate to Proposed Inglewood Stadium [Curbed LA]
· All the Reasons Why the St. Louis Rams Think the NFL Should Let Them Move to Los Angeles [Curbed LA]