In his annual
"There have been no determinations of us going to Los Angeles, any particular team going to Los Angeles, or going to any particular stadium," Goodell said. "We have several alternatives that we're evaluating, both from a site standpoint; there are teams that are interested but are trying to work their issues out locally, and so as a league we haven't gotten to that stage yet.
"It will all be subject to our relocation policy. There are requirements in that policy, particularly as it relates to cooperation and working to make sure they solve the issues in their local market. But I'm confident all of that will be covered within the relocation policy and with our membership approval."
Asked what the league was prepared to do if an owner decided to go rogue and move without league approval – as has been suggested of Kroenke – Goodell said: "The ownership takes very seriously the obligation to vote on any serious matter, including relocation of a franchise."