San Diego Tribune columnist Kevin Acee wrote an article for Wednesday, shedding some more light on Stan Kroenke’s plans to move the Rams back to Los Angeles. He may not have the full support of NFL owners to move the team by itself, so he’s willing to offer a stadium sharing plan for either the Raiders or Chargers.
According to Acee’s sources, the proposal was made to the Committee on Los Angeles Opportunities in a letter last week, ahead of this week’s owner’s meetings in Dallas.
Basically, the second team would cover construction costs and share game day revenue, but have no hand in the development and revenue opportunities of the land surrounding the new stadium.
While the details muddy up the water even further, one thing is becoming clear with these meeting in Dallas. The owners want a resolution for the 2016 season and a vote is likely to happen in January.