The Raiders, San Diego Chargers and St. Louis Rams are set to update the NFL on stadium proposals in the Los Angeles region, a source confirmed to CSNBayArea.com Tuesday.
The Sports Business Journal first reported that the trio of teams will update the NFL’s committee on Los Angeles relocation on the details of competing stadium proposals, including architecture plans, project financing and political influence in the process.
The meeting is slated for April 22. NFL LA relocation front man Eric Grubman will update the committee on efforts within existing markets.
This update comes in advance of the NFL’s next owner’s meeting, which begins May 18 in San Francisco. It will help define timelines for two LA proposals.
Rams owner Stan Kroenke fronts a privately-financed project in Inglewood that could house one or two teams. The Chargers and Raiders have joined forces on a privately-financed stadium in Carson. While the NFL hasn’t said so directly, many believe that at least one team will play in Los Angeles in 2016.
Grubman was in San Diego on Tuesday meeting with officials working on the San Diego stadium effort. He is expected to do the same in the East Bay later this week.