LOS ANGELES — The St. Louis Rams are going, going back, back to Cali. That’s right, both the Rams and the San Diego Chargers got the green light to move to Los Angeles.
During a special closed-door meeting in Houston Tuesday, NFL team owners voted to give the Rams approval to move back to Los Angeles for the 2016 season.
The Chargers have the option to join them within the next year.
OFFICIAL: The vote is in 30-2 in favor of Rams relocating to Inglewood, CA for 2016; Chargers have option to join. pic.twitter.com/LSbsIMsV80
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) January 13, 2016
Wait, y’all… there’s more. The Rams have also been given the go-ahead to move to a new stadium in Inglewood. They’ll play at the L.A. Coliseum until their new stadium opens in 2019.
The Chargers have one year to work out a deal with the Rams that would also bring them to Inglewood. The Oakland Raiders, who agreed to disband a joint-venture with the Chargers, will be given the first option to move to Los Angeles if the Chargers fail to work out a deal.
Okay, this is all fine and dandy, but uh… we just care if the Cowboys will be able to win games this year! Can anyone promise us that?! Sheesh…