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LOS ANGELES -- The proposed stadium solutions in San Diego, Oakland and St. Louis are "unsatisfactory and inadequate" to keep the Chargers, Raiders and Rams in their home markets, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell stated in a report distributed Saturday to all 32 teams and obtained by the Los Angeles Times.

The intent of the report is to establish facts about the home markets, as the league views them, The Times reports. The commissioner's report does not give teams the go-ahead to move to Los Angeles but states that the home markets failed to provide stadium solutions.

Team owners will meet in Houston on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Read the full story on LATimes.com.

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  • Mike Harrison

    The NFL should not be able to demand new stadiums from cities. The NFL should fund the stadiums using funds from all teams. If the teams do move they should be forced to change their names and leave their old names at the city they left. Like the Browns did when they ran away from Cleveland.

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