St. Louis Rams Will Relocate To Los Angeles In 2016 After NFL Owners Vote

by abournenesn

Jan 12, 2016

The NFL is back in Los Angeles.

The St. Louis Rams officially are moving to Los Angeles for the 2016 season. After an earlier vote with a different combination of teams and cities didn’t pass, a new proposal was made, leading to the vote that brings the NFL into one of the largest markets in the U.S. already has changed the Rams’ team name to reflect their new location.

It won’t just be the Rams, though. As noted, the San Diego Chargers could join them, and the Oakland Raiders aren’t entirely out of the equation, either.

L.A.’s new mega-stadium will be in Inglewood, Calif., and is not projected to open until 2019, according to the Los Angeles Times. While it’s unclear where the team will play its home games next season, several college stadiums such as the Coliseum and the Rose Bowl could serve as temporary homes.

Thumbnail photo via Twitter/@theScore

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