Friday, August 29
(Los Angeles, CA) -- The NFL is taking another step in an effort to bring football back to the City of Angels. The "Los Angeles Times" has obtained a league memo stating that executive vice president Eric Grubman has been assigned to work on stadium development, the return of a team presence in L.A. and other strategic measures. Los Angeles has been without an NFL team since the Raiders and Rams left in the mid-90s. Current Rams owner Stan Kroenke bought a 60-acre plot of land in the Los Angeles area earlier this year, fueling speculation he may look to have a stadium built and return the team to L.A.