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Reports: NFL L.A. relocation committee recommends Carson proposal over Inglewood

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HOUSTON (KMOV.com) -- The NFL Committee on L.A. Opportunities has formally recommended the Carson, California stadium project over Stan Kroenke’s Inglewood proposal according to multiple reports.

The decision came after representatives from the three relocation candidates (the Rams, Raiders and Chargers) presented in front of the committee.

The vote for Carson came in at 5-1, with the one dissenter reportedly being Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt. Hunt’s opposition was based on a desire to only take one team in L.A., and the Carson proposal was made with two teams in mind. He also previously said he wants the Rams to remain in St. Louis.

With the committee’s recommendation, the full list of 32 owners then voted on two options, a proposal to pair the Rams with another team (most likely the Chargers) in Inglewood and a proposal to place the Raiders in Chargers in Carson. According to reports, both ideas did not receive enough votes for passage, but 20 owners supported Inglewood, more than the Chargers/Raiders option in Carson.

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