The Rams are returning to Los Angeles. A historic vote by the NFL owners Tuesday night decided that much.
But exactly where in the L.A. area will they end up? Ultimately, of course, their home will be a multi-billion-dollar football palace on the site of the old Hollywood Park racetrack in Inglewood.
That site, however, isn’t projected to open until the 2019 season. Where will L.A.'s NFL team (it just feels good to say that) play until then?
There are five known options for hosting professional football in the area — the Coliseum, the Rose Bowl, Dodger Stadium, Angel Stadium and the StubHub Center in Carson.
The Times’ Kevin Baxter examined the most and least likely of those sites to become a temporary home for the Rams, as well as the Chargers or Raiders, if either of those teams opt to make the move as well.
Sure there’s already a front-runner (the Coliseum), a site that has declared itself out of the running (Dodger Stadium) and one that has officially shown no interest (Rose Bowl). But we want to know which of the five makes the most sense to you.
Maybe you think there’s already enough football at the Coliseum and Rose Bowl in the fall; maybe you think it’s been long enough since our baseball stadiums saw some use deep into the fall; maybe you think it would be a nice consolation prize for Carson after not getting a permanent NFL team or two.
Vote in the poll and let us know why you feel that way.