Reunited & It Feels So Good: NFL Football Could Be Moving Back To L.A.

Magic JohnsonNBA: Clyde Drexler on Magic Johnson: “Everybody Kept Waiting For Magic To Die” . Read more ... »’s pleas may soon be turning into results as pro footballSports: 4 TCU Players Nabbed in Drug Bust . Read more ... » appears one step closer to returning to the City of Angels. L.A.’s City Council rendered the unanimous vote of 12-0T.I. Fuck Da City Up Trailer Pt. 3. Read more ... » which approved the blueprintWhy Jay-Z's music still mattered on 9/11. Read more ... » and framework for a stadium built by AEG, making this the first time the body of decision makers has ever approved another NFL Plaxico Burress Can See Himself Playing For 3 Teams, Can You Guess Which 3?!. Read more ... »-ready establishment within city limits. For those wondering, USCSan Diego Chargers take Melvin Ingram with 18th pick . Read more ... » reserves the first right of refusal for a league return to The Coliseum. Interesting newsColumbia texting ban in effect now. Read more ... » indeed, and probably the most promising for a city and legion of supporters which have been through the ringer more than T.I. fans for nearly 20 years.
On the surface, it appears like a winAlabama wins BCS championship . Read more ... »-win all around. One of the country’s biggest markets could potentially have a team featured in the country’s unchallenged number one sport. Of course, Cali’s tricky economy plays a large part in things, but those hurdles appear to be more in the rearview mirror. Still, there’s a reason why most residents of the city will continue to have a poker place until some billionaire businessman cuts a giant ribbon with a HGH-like pair of scissors.

L.A. Times writer Sam Farmer did the dirty work and broke down a listSteve Harvey Tops New York Times Best Sellers List, Again. Read more ... » a questions and answers sensitive to the situation. Here’s three which may be of interest.
1Why Jay-Z's music still mattered on 9/11. Read more ... ». If it seems like this seemingly came out of the clear blue sky, the newDr. Dre Launches Website. Read more ... » labor deal can be credited for it. In an ideal world, every franchise would be making money hand over fist. But it’s 2011 and the economy still sucks worse than a porn star attempting to meetNBA: Ray Allen To Meet With The Heat & Clippers . Read more ... » a quota and for one of those franchises barely keeping themselves out of the red, a move to L.A. may be the bestSteve Harvey Tops New York Times Best Sellers List, Again. Read more ... » investment.
2Why Jay-Z's music still mattered on 9/11. Read more ... ». There appears to be two bodies competing in an arms race to see who builds the stadium. The previously mentioned AEG has already been approved, but still needs to get the site squared away as well convincing a team to pick up and move out WestJust In: NBA 2012 All-Star Starting Rosters Announced . Read more ... ». Grand Crossing, formerly known as The Industry, has a site and every clearance known to man to begin building. The only thing they’re missing is a small, but necessary feature – architectural plans.
3Ludaversal Blog 2: Ludacris in Korea. Read more ... ». At this point, the Chargers appear to the favorite to move to LaLa land. Having been in the talks for awhile, not many really expect the VikingsVikings-Eagles snowed out; moved to Tuesday night. Read more ... » to move from Minnesota, even with their need for a new stadium. The Jags and Bills are possibilities, but may require more headache than anything else. As for L.A.’s old team, the Rams, comingKANYE WEST AND JAY-Z JOINT ALBUM TO DROP IN ONE WEEK. Read more ... » homeDiamond Addresses House Foreclosure. Read more ... » againNBA: Kobe Bryant Nets 40 Points in OT Win vs. Jazz; Has 88 Points in Last 2 Games . Read more ... », they’re in St. Louis to at least 2014 and word around this project is that AEG does not feel like waiting any longer than it already has to.
As for the Raiders, well, they’re a dark horse candidate as well, but do not appear to be AEG’s number one option. Seeing Al DavisJust In! NFL: Raiders Owner Al Davis Dies at 82. Read more ... »’ band o’ goons back in the city where they became culturally famous in Hip-Hop'B.M.F' To T.I.: The Top 10 Hip-Hop Stories Of 2010 Take a look back at what happened to Lil Wayne, Guru, Nicki Minaj and other rap stars in the past 12 months.. Read more ... » would be a great look, even though Davis – who eerily resembles the crypt keeper from Tales From The Crypt – allegedly loves The Bay. Football and Los Angeles, though? Eazy-E would surely approve of such.
L.A. Getting Closer And Closer To Getting The NFL Back [LA Times]

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