San Diego Chargers owner Dean Spanos has reached out to the city of San Diego to see what opportunities exist. This is a step in the right direction for the city. At least they are talking. That is the least that we can ask for. At least Dean is considering the option to stay in San Diego and will think about keeping this team around in his own San Diego stadium.
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Can we really make this happen? The team looked like it was already out the door last week and now we have been given some new life. The NFL would like to see football around in San Diego and it shows since they have offered an extra $100 million in an effort to keep the team here.
Can we make this happen? Can the city and the team find a way to make this thing happen. We need to get this to a vote in the city.
Dean Spanos has a year to work out a deal in Los Angeles, but he needs to decide the future of his team now. He can put all his effort in staying in San Diego and can have his own facility in our beautiful city or he can work with Stan Kroenke and the Los Angeles Rams.
The decision will be made soon. Dean has to decide where the team will be playing their games in the 2016 season soon. He wasn’t stoked on the decision by the league to select the Rams plan for Los Angeles, but he now has some options and could decide to keep the team around. The possibility exists and we have a chance on keeping this team around.
Screw Los Angeles! Keep the Chargers in San Diego.