Rams owner Stan Kroenke has something bigger on his plate this week than goofy scoring adjustments or catch rules or jersey numbers.
According to Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times, Kroenke is bringing detailed plans for his proposed Los Angeles stadium to share with his fellow NFL owners this week.
Farmer got a glimpse at the plans drawn by Kroenke’s firm HKS for the $1.86 billion, privately financed stadium in Inglewood.
But while the numbers are big and the drawings were pretty, one of the more interesting elements is that Kroenke’s plan includes the ability for two teams to share it.
While the addition of two home locker rooms, two sets of offices and two owners suites might seem small, it’s a potentially significant move.
With the city of Carson working on a plan that would bring the Raiders and Chargers, the idea that Kroenke might also be willing to consider a co-tenant is interesting.
Of course, the fact he’s willing to put his own money into it and assume the risk, it seems natural that he’d prefer to not share the L.A. market. But the mere possibility adds another wrinkle to what has been a complicated process.