NFL commissioner Roger Goodell told teams with their sights on Los Angeles that they won't be moving there for the 2015 season, according to an ESPN report.
The St. Louis Rams, San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders have all been tied to a move, but they'll have to wait at least one more year for a potential new home.
The Raiders and Rams were the last teams to play in Los Angeles in 1994.
Back in November, owner Mark Davis told the Los Angeles Daily News that a move down south 'would be a great option' if things didn't work out in Oakland.
[RELATED: Report: Davis says LA 'great option']
Davis also entertained the idea of moving the team to San Antonio and met with key figures in a November trip to Texas as well.
[RELATED: Davis: Raiders meeting 'went great' with San Antonio officials]
The Raiders' lease for O.Co Colisuem expires at the end of this year.
Roger Goodell told the Chargers, Raiders and Rams this week that there will not be a team that moves to LA for next season, per sources.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 20, 2014