REPORT: Chargers and Rams to relocate to Inglewood

Inglewood Stadium

Wow! Our own Dan Sileo, who has been tapped into the NFL relocation story for months, reported on Twitter earlier this afternoon that he heard that the San Diego Chargers and St. Louis Rams will be moving in together in Stan Kroenke’s stadium in Inglewood, California.

There is sure to be more to this story. Make sure to tune in to the Dan Sileo Show from 6am-9am on Monday for more details.

For what it’s worth, the L.A. Daily News’ Vincent Bonsignore says that the report is untrue.

 

UPDATE: Sileo joined Darren Smith, Scott Kaplan, and Billy Ray Smith on ‘The Crossover’ and explained that the info he received was from the relocation committee, but was since denied by the Chargers.

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15 thoughts on “REPORT: Chargers and Rams to relocate to Inglewood

  1. TVMAN

    The faster the Rams get out of St. Louis the better. You can have this crappy team along with it’s rich-bitch owner.

  2. Jason Sprod

    Sam you don’t know me, so what are you a delusional dickhead can’t wait for Jan 12-13 when the Rams come home to LA.

  3. Mike Meram

    No way Spanos will join Kroenke in Inglewood..He HATES that site and there is way to much acrimony between them..if thats what the owners offer to Spanos, he turns it down, and I can forsee a delay in the final vote or he gets compensated by the league and returns to the nogotiating table here..basically, its Carson of bust for the Chargers

  4. Jim Mack

    It appears that you aren’t much of a fan. That is only about a 120 mile move. You’ll can still regularly see them on TV or even take a short drive or take the Amtrak . I remained a Rams fan when they moved to St. Louis.

  5. Jim Mack

    If the NFL tosses in 200 million for a stadium in San Diego and he puts in the 550 million he would save from not moving, they could be well on their way to building a really nice stadium in San Diego. His fan base is down there any way and the fans would eventually forgive them.

  6. prowzee68

    I am a fan of San Diego sports teams only. If they leave San Diego then they are no longer my team. People from San Diego don’t cheer for LA teams.

  7. Eric Saferstein

    The general consensus — Kroenke’s not a big fan of Raiders owner Mark Davis. Doesn’t consider him mentally “reliable.”

    Now here’s the rumor — Alex Spanos generally tolerated Kroenke but never cared for him. However, the younger son Dean, absolutely despises him. Dean asked for Stan’s opinion about an article regarding the Inglewood development and Kroenke totally freaked out. Read it and you’ll see why Stan Kroenke went ballistic.

    agsaf.org/how-to-terminate-the-inglewood-stadium-project

  8. jamtime69 .

    DON’T NOBODY WANT THE SORRY ASS RAIDERS, BUT OAKLAND AND THEY DON’T GIVE A DAMN ABOUT THEM! IF THEY DID, THEY WOULD’VE HAD A NEW STADIUM BY NOW! AS FOR THEIR CRAZY DERANGED MINDED ASS OWNER, WITH HIS BROKE ASS, ST. LOUIS DON’T WANT THEM EITHER! WE’RE NOT THAT DAMN DESPERATE! WITH HIS GOOFY RED SKELTON LOOKING ASS! HE’S GOT SOME DAMN NERVES! I KNOW THIS IS ABOUT THE CHARGERS, BUT I HAD TO GET THIS OFF!!!

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