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How much could the Rams and Chargers make in their new stadium?

The Rams and Chargers came to Los Angeles for one simple reason: money. More specifically, the financial benefits from moving to the nation’s second-largest market and into a cutting-edge $2.66-billion stadium. But how much will Rams owner Stan Kroenke and Chargers owner Alex Spanos benefit from settling in Inglewood?

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How much money do Raiders really need to build Las Vegas stadium?

Projected costs for a proposed new National Football League stadium in Las Vegas might not be as high as anticipated, leaving Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis looking for a new investment partner but possibly needing less money to complete the project.

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Crews hard at work preparing stadium for Super Bowl

A crew of four men worked on the painstaking process of painting the New England Patriots logo on one end zone on Tuesday afternoon at NRG Stadium for the Super Bowl. The group provided a small glimpse into the hundreds of hours of preparation that will go into getting the home of the Houston Texans

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NRG Stadium field prepped for Super Bowl LI

Officials showcased preparations underway at NRG Stadium for Super Bowl LI. Houston will play host to the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons on Feb. 5 for the NFL championship game. The NFL said the plan is to open the roof, but a decision won’t be made until minutes before the game starts at 5:30

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Oakland Raiders To File Relocation Papers For Move To Las Vegas

After months of gross negotiations between craven billionaires, what was all but official is reportedly one step closer to being actually official: the Oakland Raiders are preparing to file relocation papers for their move to Las Vegas, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.

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Chargers are headed to soccer venue, so why not Sam Boyd Stadium for Raiders?

First, let’s be real about the numbers: The Chargers not only bolted San Diego for Los Angeles — if you’re still doubting that fact, the National Football League team’s creepy swindling of the Dodgers’ logo should serve as proof — and plan to play the next two seasons at the relatively tiny StubHub Center.