In a bold move to undercut an NFL stadium at Hollywood Park, the sports and entertainment firm AEG commissioned a study by former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge that found the Inglewood project would be a tempting target for terrorists and should not be built.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has scored a significant legal victory, although the NFL will keep him off the field by placing him on the commissioner's exempt list.
Details have surfaced about another run-in with the law involving Dez Bryant, All-Pro receiver for the Dallas Cowboys.
The drafting of a ballot initiative to approve the plan by the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders to build a stadium in Carson is complete and will be made public shortly, according to a person with knowledge of the negotiations.
For two decades, billionaires, business leaders, Hollywood celebrities and high-powered politicians have taken turns trying to coax the NFL back to Los Angeles. Their efforts have been futile.
On the field, the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders have had as bitter a rivalry as any in the NFL but in a sense, they’re now partners.
The San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders are partnering to build a 68,000-seat stadium in Carson, the latest twist in 20 years of maneuvers to return the NFL to the Los Angeles area.
Questions and answers about where we stand now that the San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders and St. Louis Rams are all mulling a relocation to the nation's second-largest market: