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Article about Los Angeles targeting the Panthers for a move

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Read up on the Rams situation in St. Louis. It isn't good. Baseball town, owner Stan Kroenke has met with LA a lot about a relocation and he won't rule it out. They're not getting a new stadium. They're not getting the upgrades to that ancient dome. I think St. Louis is very likely to head out west.

I'm also not buying LA getting TWO new teams. They'll get one. Football has never been able to survive there for whatever reason. I think they'll be awarded one franchise but the NFL isn't just going to hand them two and say lets see how you do.

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Guest Irv

Deangelo williams has a better chance of winning an oscar then the panthers leaving.

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I'm also not buying LA getting TWO new teams. They'll get one. Football has never been able to survive there for whatever reason. I think they'll be awarded one franchise but the NFL isn't just going to hand them two and say lets see how you do.

lol, the Rams were only in Los Angeles for 48 years.

And they never had a Football Stadium.

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A more accurate rendering would have shown about ten thousand fans in attendance.

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The mega region of Southern California is home to 22 million people. I doubt there will be a problem filling the stadium.

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The mega region of Southern California is home to 22 million people. I doubt there will be a problem filling the stadium.

Why did the Raiders and Rams leave?

I know stadium issues were part of it, but you have Hollywood and all of those attractions and amenities associated with it, major league baseball, one NBA teams steeped in tradition and still viewed as contenders and another on the rise with young stars, and oh yeah, the Kings who just won the Stanley Cup, if there wasn't a lockout.

I'm sure fans would come the first year or so, but it would die down after that, especially if the team isn't successful... There's just too much to do and no matter how popular the game of football is, I don't see it sustaining interest in the form of ticket sales in L.A.

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