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"I think you're going to see one — if not two — teams in L.A. next season," York told SportsBusiness Daily. "The teams will begin construction but also play in a temporary venue, because it's hard to say, 'Hey, we're moving to L.A. We're building a new stadium. But we're going to stay here for the next two seasons.' That's a very tough sell."
As for who might be ahead in the race to Los Angeles, York points to the Inglewood stadium project announced in January as having a leg up on the Carson project.
"You've got the Inglewood site that is shovel-ready," York said. "It's much further ahead than any other site.... Carson is a viable site, but Inglewood is ahead because you could literally start tomorrow."
NFL team owners are scheduled to meet in Chicago in August to discuss the progress of stadium proposals in Oakland, San Diego, St. Louis and NFL hopeful Los Angeles.
During the NFL owners' meetings in San Francisco last month, NFL Commissioner