With the prospect of a team or teams moving to the Los Angeles market, the NFL is planning public hearings in Oakland, St. Louis and San Diego as part of the league's relocation procedures.
According to the NFL, the purpose of the hearings is to provide an opportunity for fans and others in the community to ask questions and express their views directly to the league "before any decisions are made" about the moving of a club. Members of Commissioner Roger Goodell's executive staff will be in attendance at the meetings.
Each hearing will take place from 7-10 p.m. local time and will be streamed live on NFL.com/publichearings.
The hearings will be open to the public and a free entry pass is required to attend. Pre-registration to request an entry pass begins Tuesday.
Entry passes will be reserved for season-ticket holders of the three teams – the Raiders, Rams and Chargers – on a first-come, first-served basis. Members of the community will also be able to request an entry pass.
Details and information on how to register for free entry:
-- Online pre-registration and a non-transferrable entry pass with a valid barcode is required for entry.
-- Those interested in pre-registering to request an entry pass should visit the appropriate Web page listed below.
-- Registration availability is based on a first-come, first-serve basis and is subject to the available seating at each venue.
-- Audience members who have the opportunity to provide comments will be allotted three minutes in order to enable as many people as possible to have their voice heard.