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Friday, February 28, 2020

Rams, Chargers have preliminary Inglewood stadium deal

Inglewood NFL stadium

The Los Angeles Rams have reached a deal in principle with the Chargers over the parameters of a stadium-sharing agreement in Inglewood, according to a report.

Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune reported Friday that the two sides have a deal which would clear the way for the Chargers to move to Los Angeles if they wish to do so.

The agreement doesn’t mean a move is definitely happening immediately, or even at all. The Chargers could defer the move to the 2017 season and continue to explore solutions in San Diego, which it sounds like they currently plan to do. As CBS Sports’s Jason La Canfora noted, the ball is now in Chargers owner Dean Spanos’s court, and he has several options as to what his next move will be.

Things came together fairly quickly once the Rams’ move was approved, with the two sides having already been reportedly close to an agreement two weeks ago.


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