NFL Notes: Los Angeles Stadium, Broncos, Colts, Jaguars


Los Angeles Stadium

According to the Los Angeles Times, the new Inglewood stadium being built for the Rams and Chargers will be delayed by a year and is now scheduled to be ready in time for the start of the 2020 season. The

The original scheduled called for the stadium to be ready for the 2019 season, but developers explained that a record rainfall has delayed the process from their ned.

“The continuing rains really knocked us for a loop,Bob Aylesworth tells the L.A. Times. “It was a very unforgiving two months for the project. And speaking from a building perspective, it really couldn’t have come at a worse time.

Rams COO Kevin Demoff explained that felt it was best to make this decision now, as opposed to waiting another year or so.

“There’s chance you could make up the time, but we felt it was better to make the decision now rather than approaching it in late 2018 or 2019, when we are well into the process of building the stadium,” Demoff said. “This is a stadium that Angelenos, visitors and world-class athletes will celebrate for years to come, and we are committed to making sure this amazing venue is exceptional from the day it opens.”


  • According to Mike Klis of 9News, veteran RB Jamaal Charles receives a $250,000 if he makes the Broncos’ 53-man roster.
  • Charles’ contract also includes $78,125 per game for being active, a $100,000 workout bonus and a minimum salary of $900,000 for the 2017 season.
  • There is also another $1.25 million available in incentives for yardage totals and whether they make the playoffs.


  • The Colts announced that they’ve signed fourth-round DT Grover Stewart to a four-year contract.


  • Ryan O’Halloran reports that the Jaguars and LT Branden Albert have been in communication this week.
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