LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com/AP) — NFL team owners voted unanimously on Wednesday to approve a lease deal allowing the Chargers to share a future stadium in Inglewood with the Rams.
The deal finalizes what was a tentative agreement from January, when Rams owner Stan Kroenke won approval from the NFL to move the team to Los Angeles, ESPN reported.
NFL owners also unanimously approved a motion to waive the Chargers’ debt ceiling to pay the $650 million relocation fee.
Chargers owner Dean Spanos declined to comment on whether he will seek a move to Los Angeles, saying the decision will be announced after the season.
Other owners were more forthcoming with their thoughts.