No NFL in LA in 2015

by John Seiler | December 28, 2014 2:56 am

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI hope you’re enjoying the final NFL gamesĀ of the regular season today. No NFL team for Los Angeles this year — and for next year.

On Tuesday Commissioner Roger Goodell informed the 32 teams there will be no teams entirely intercepted by L.A. The following year, 2016, is a possibility.

All the teams contemplating moving here actually already played here at one time: the Chargers, Raiders and Rams. The Raiders even won their last Super Bowl[1] while located here, way back in 1984.

The Chargers actually were started in L.A. with their first games in 1960. According to a history[2], the were owned by hotel heir Baron Hilton.

Which suggests a great idea: Why not build a stadium that’s also a Hilton Hotel? You could check in and watch a practice and games.

Also, given the number of criminal charges against NFL players, the bottom of the Hilton Hotel-Stadium could be a jail.

  1. won their last Super Bowl:
  2. a history:

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