Call it the Super Bowl Reshuffle.
Five days after the Rams announced their Inglewood stadium would be finished in 2020, a year later than the original plan, NFL owners unanimously voted to push the Los Angeles Super Bowl back a year until February 2022.
Tampa, Fla., will host the 2021 game originally promised to L.A. — providing both cities can prove by Aug. 25 they can live up to all the terms and commitments of their bids.
“We wanted to make sure we do everything right, 100%,” Rams owner Stan Kroenke said. “It’s a big deal for L.A. We have a Super Bowl, and that’s the important part.”
It will be the fifth Super Bowl hosted by Tampa, which last did so in 2009...
Michael Turner of the Atlanta Falcons carries the ball Monday night against the Denver Broncos.