Late Tuesday night, the Inglewood City Council approved plans to build an NFL-caliber stadium, which could lure the Rams to the city after the 2015 NFL season.
Last week, the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders announced that they will jointly pursue a shared $1.7-billion NFL stadium in Carson as an alternative if stadium deals in their current host cities can't be worked out.
Tuesday night's vote in Inglewood gives local approval to a $1.86-billion stadium project, which will receive no upfront public financing. Its builders say they want to start construction in December. Ultimately, the Rams future in Inglewood will be decided by the NFL, which is weighing a competing proposal to keep the team in St. Louis.
The Chargers and Raiders said they will continue to seek public subsidies for new stadiums in their current home markets, but that they are developing a detailed proposal for a privately financed Los Angeles venue in the event they can't get deals done in San Diego and Oakland by the end of this year.
L.A., which has been without an NFL team for two decades, now finds itself with three teams that could relocate here.
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