According to Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune, some owners are speaking upon a possible brokered deal between the Chargers and Rams, so both teams could play in Los Angeles.
“Ultimately, that’s probably how this is going to get done,” said Colts owner Jim Irsay. “We do want to try to have a fairness and deals go through that make sense and have people compromise and have it be a workable situation. I think we’ll find ”
At this point in time, it appears that both Chargers Dean Spanos and Rams owner Stan Kroenke have the required nine votes to oppose either team of venturing to Los Angeles.
In this case, Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reasons that a brokered deal would hinge on money or other considerations to persuade an owner to drop it’s opposition of a move.
It is also a possibility for the teams to resolve their differences and build a stadium together, which would leave the Raiders out of the running for Los Angeles.
- Bears worked out WR Julian Talley on Tuesday. (Art Stapleton)
- According to Brad Biggs Chicago Tribune, the Bears will re-sign undrafted LB John Timu to their practice squad once he clears waivers on Wednesday.
- WR Brice Butler said he hopes to return from his strained hamstring injury for Week 7 against the Giants.
- RT Lane Johnson said that he will play in Week 5, despite aggravating his sprained MCL and sustaining an ankle injury in Week 4. (Corey Seidman)
- National Car Rental will have naming rights for the prospective new St. Louis football stadium for 20 years and $158 million. (Daniel Kaplan)
- HC Pete Carroll said that RB Fred Jackson sustained a high ankle sprain in Week 4, but did not provide a timetable for his recovery. (Bob Condotta)