As has become customary, Sam Farmer from the Los Angeles Times stood up to ask commissioner Roger Goodell a question about L.A.
But this time, it was about whether Los Angeles was going to get a second team, and what the league intended for San Diego and Oakland.
“It is very much a priority for us to keep our teams in their markets,” Goodell said when asked about the Chargers and Raiders.
The Rams and Chargers have been discussing an arrangement for the future, but Goodell emphasized that the goal was to get stadium deals done in place in the existing markets. Which means those markets better come up with deals soon.
Of course, that wasn’t as much of a priority when it came to St. Louis, considering the money Stan Kroenke threw at the league for the right to move to Los Angeles.