Why it doesn’t: Something both the Raiders and Chargers could face is that, in the end, the California government might be less cooperative with an L.A. stadium if it’s a matter of simply moving a business already in the state, rather than adding one. Also, the Spanos family — which recently took the team off the market — has spent millions of dollars on the local stadium effort, proving their commitment to the area. So the Chargers might make more sense, eventually, as L.A.’s second team, rather than the first.
On ESPN’s “NFL Live” earlier Monday, analyst Tim Hasselbeck listed the San Diego Chargers as one of the teams that should consider signing receiver Plaxico Burress, who was recently was released from prison.
Topics: Los Angeles, Plaxico Burress