A town hall billed as the first chance for Carson residents to hear from the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders about building a joint-use complex in their city didn't go as planned.
Even though it was slated as a meeting to update residents about a new stadium, no new information was delivered.
No presentation was made by either team to the crowd of fans wearing Rams, Raiders and Chargers jerseys. In fact, the Oakland Raiders did not send a representative to the meeting.
Chargers special counsel Mark Fabiani, who was there to meet residents and community leaders, told city leaders there was no update to offer.
Carson's Mayor Albert Robles said out of respect for the Raiders, it would be unfair to ask the Chargers to present the plan.
But emcee and NBCLA sportscaster Fred Roggin appeared surprised and asked the crowd, “Did anyone want to see the NFL presentation?" The room responded with an overwhelming "Yeah."
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