Even if they’re not talking about the meetings, the Chargers are having meetings about moving to Los Angeles.
And that’s not the only thing they’re doing to prepare for a possible departure.
According to Nathan Fenno of the Los Angeles Times, the Chargers have applied to trademark “Los Angeles Chargers” and “LA Chargers.”
The paperwork was filed two days after the Rams’ move to L.A. was approved, with the Chargers given the option to join them.
The application was signed by Chargers’ president of business operations,A.G. Spanos, with NFL senior vice president Anastasia Danias listed as the attorney of record.
Having that name secured will be crucial to making sure they’re able to sell all the stuff they’re going to want to sell when and if they get to L.A., and at least a sign they’re ready to make the move, as San Diegans hold out hope.