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LA football hopefuls hold breath as NFL owners meet to decide Rams’, Chargers’, Raiders’ fate

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A rendering of he new stadium and complex to be built near the Forum in Inglewood was released by the Hollywood Park Land Company, Kroenke Group and Stockbridge Capital Group in January. Courtesy Hollywood Park Land Company

We could have an answer to the question of whether Los Angeles will be home to an NFL team next year as early as this week.

The owners of all 32 teams begin a two-day meeting session tomorrow in Houston, during which they ultimately hope to decide which (if any) of the three franchises who have applied for relocation to Los Angeles will be given the green light.

The St. Louis Rams, the Oakland Raiders, and the San Diego Chargers have all filed papers to move to L.A. Only two of those teams will get the nod to move, and those teams will have to share a single stadium, either in Carson or Inglewood. (MORE TK)


Ben Bergman, KPCC’s senior business and economy reporter who is headed to Houston for the owners’ meetings

Darren Rovell, ESPN sports business reporter and business correspondent for ABC News. He tweets from @DarrenRovell

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