Seth Wickersham of ESPN reports that a major topic of discussion at the NFL owners meeting this week is the viability of the Chargers in Los Angeles.
According to Wickersham, PSL sales for the Chargers have been a struggle and the team has been forced to adjust their revenue goals drastically. Wickersham mentions that the Chargers are now projecting $150 million, which is down from $400 million.
It was clear that the Chargers had a great of work to do in the Los Angeles market, given that the Rams had ahead start of them, but ownership still felt it was their best move long-term to leave San Diego and compete for fans in L.A.
The Chargers are set to be the second tenant in the new Inglewood stadium that is still a few years away from completion.
It will be interesting to see to see if the idea of returning to San Diego is raised in the coming months.
We’ll have more regarding the Chargers as the news is available.