Kroenke talks at NFL owners meeting

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DALLAS, TX (KTVI) – NFL owners are in Dallas for two days of meetings that include discussion on the 3 teams wanting to move to Los Angeles.

Rams owner Stan Kroenke met with Missouri Governor Jay Nixon Monday at Rams Park ahead of the meeting in Dallas.  Some are speculating that Kroenke's uncertainly of his Inglewood stadium project to gain NFL owners support was a topic at Tuesday’s committee meetings.  But dominate topic was the Rams, San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders desire to move to Los Angeles.

FOX 2’s Andy Banker is in Dallas and confirmed that Kroenke spoke with Los Angeles Opportunities Committee about his plans for a stadium in LA., and an update on St. Louis Riverfront Stadium project financing.

The meetings will go into Wednesday with all of the NLF team owners discussing the potential move of one or more teams moving to Los Angeles.

It’s expected no decision will be made at this owners meeting, and that another meeting to be scheduled in January may actually name the team or teams to move to LA.

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