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A glimmer of hope for the Chargers to stay in San Diego

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John Gennaro explains how (and why) the owners of the Chargers may be able to get the extra funding that they need from the NFL to build a brand new stadium in Mission Valley.

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Yesterday, there were plenty of rumors and ideas flying around about how the San Diego Chargers could get the money to fund a new stadium in San Diego and avoid moving to Los Angeles. As per usual, the smartest thing I read on the topic came from Jeff:

So, I did what I do and I started pestering people that have better things to do with their time until I got some answers on where these rumors were coming from and how real they were. Then, I started asking about how this deal could actually get done.

I’m not going to say that I’m doing a 180 and now believe that the Chargers will stay in San Diego, but I did (during the podcast) start believing that it’s more likely next week that the NFL grants the team an extension rather than having them move to L.A. next year.

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As always, thanks for listening.