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a big pow wow for the National Football League owners in Houston this week to vote on moving team LA which you've been without a pro football team for two decades not to change the NFL's tactic in dealing with small committees the NFL had to use the threat of moving to LA to milk their host cities demanding hundreds of millions of dollars toward stadium construction which now regularly cost over a billion dollars up removed in time to St Louis rams the San Diego Chargers at Oakland Raiders and the LA times report has consensus been building up for the rampant Chargers to share stadium in Inglewood in LA county both the raiders and rams left Los Angeles for Oakland and St Louis respectively in nineteen ninety five , failing to convince local official to pay for new medium concurring California but impact appeared in politician in many cities are refusing to pay up or at least dipping eclectic the NFL owners want some are calculating that business prospect could be better now lay nation second biggest market withdrew did revenues from possible Super Bowl luxury boxes and sponsorship , so watch for changes in the NFL moneymaking playbook