While no decisions were made on the future Chargers Philip Rivers Youth Jersey of the NFL in Los Angeles, Oakland, San Diego or St. Louis on Tuesday afternoon, the league took another step toward a resolution.
During the course of a meeting that lasted about five hours at the Hyatt Regency here northwest of Chicago, relocation to Los Angeles was the only topic on the docket.
No votes were taken but progress was made, according to commissioner Roger Goodell.
"Our objective coming into it was to make sure that every club understood exactly what was going on with the Los Angeles proposals, what was going on in each of those three markets," Goodell said. "And also to give them a little bit of an understanding of how we are thinking about the process and the timeline from here, including getting feedback from the clubs with respect to their views and information they need to make the right kinds of decisions consistent with our relocation policy." The meetings were a closed-door affair, with only NFL Bears Hroniss Grasu Authentic Jersey owners and other team representatives in attendance, in addition to Goodell and Eric Grubman, the NFL executive in charge of handling matters relating to relocation.
According to the day's agenda provided to reporters, Tuesday's meetings were split up into two parts. In the morning session, the league started by presenting the progress on potential stadium projects in Oakland, San Diego and St. Louis.
Carmen Policy, representing the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders, then joined representatives from Goldman-Sachs in presenting the Carson proposal.
St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke and chief operating officer Kevin Demoff followed by showing off the Inglewood project before a break for lunch.
Grubman offered updates on what was happening in the home markets when it comes to getting new stadiums built. Grubman said St. Louis is making the most progress with San Diego second and Oakland lagging far behind.
"With respect to St. Louis, they have made Lions Alex Carter Kids Jersey consistent progress over quite a number of months," Grubman said. "They described that process themselves. There is a litigation threat. They are continuing to assemble the land and their financing strategies do have to be finalized. So risks remain."
Grubman said San Diego presented its latest plan to the six-person committee on Los Angeles opportunities Monday afternoon and that information was then shown to the full ownership group Tuesday.
"That proposal evidenced a significant amount of progress in terms of putting together something which is beginning to be defined," Grubman said. "They also went through the strategy for dealing various risks and threats, it could be a litigation threat over environmental permitting and certifications, there http://www.nflbrownsofficialshop.com/Authentic-Johnny-Manziel-Jersey could be threats from the standpoint of obtaining the necessary public support that the mayor has called for and so forth and so on. There were a lot of questions about that and those questions remain open."