Los Angeles relocation talks heat up again in New York

BY foxsports • June 12, 2015

The NFL took new steps on Thursday to explore a two-team system in Los Angeles.

According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the league held a meeting yesterday at its New York office to discuss construction costs for two proposed L.A. stadiums.

Owners from the Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, and St. Louis Rams all attended the meeting. But local business leaders tasked with keeping those teams in their home markets were conspicuously absent.

Each owner gave "home market" updates, according to reports. Then, the six members of the league's Los Angeles committee offered their thoughts.

The involved parties will meet again on Aug. 11 in Chicago. That's ample time for one or more of these teams to string together a concrete relocation plan.

(h/t St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

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