NEW YORK (AP) — The cities of Oakland, San Diego and St. Louis are making their pitches to save their teams from moving to Los Angeles.
Officials from those three cities are speaking to a number of the league's committees about preventing the potential relocation of their teams.
The Raiders and Chargers have combined on a project in Carson, California, that would cost about $1.78 billion if approved by three-fourths of the 32 owners. Rams owner Stan Kroenke is pushing a rival project in nearby Inglewood.
The league has set a special meeting in Dallas on Dec. 2 at which substantial steps could come, including moving up from January the deadline for application to relocate.