The NFL’s committee on Los Angeles football got together Wednesday in New York, with the owners of the Chargers, Raiders, and Stan Kroenke of the Rams. Despite the meeting including a “home market” update on St. Louis (as well as Oakland and San Diego) that group, headed by Dave Peacock and Bob Blitz were not in attendance.
The three owners and their small group of advisers met to review updated costs for the two Los Angeles stadium projects.
Kroenke wants to build a new stadium in the Inglewood area of Los Angeles, while San Diego owner Dean Spanos and Raiders owner Mark Davis are working together for a stadium in Carson.
The Los Angeles committee is made up of other NFL owners including, Clark Hunt (Kansas City), Art Rooney (Pittsburgh) Robert Kraft (New England), John Mara (New York Giants), Bob McNair (Houston), and Jerry Richardson (Carolina).
St. Louis could learn it’s NFL fate when the league hosts their owners meetings in Chicago on August 11th, when LA relocation will be discussed.