Faulconer reacts to NFL’s LA relocation decision

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SAN DIEGO - San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer reacted to the National Football League’s decision blocking the Chargers proposed Carson stadium plan.

The owner of the Chargers, Dean Spanos, has to make a decision to either join the newly minted Los Angeles Rams at their Inglewood stadium or stay in San Diego. If Spanos chooses to stay put, he will receive $100 million from the NFL to assist in the building of a stadium in San Diego.

“Today NFL owners rejected the Chargers’ bid to move to Carson. If Mr. Spanos has a sincere interest in reaching a fair agreement in San Diego, we remain committed to negotiating in good faith," Faulconer said. "We are not interested in a charade by the Chargers if they continue to pursue Los Angeles."

“I’m going to take a day off,” said Spanos.

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