Conflicting Reports Regarding Discussions Between Chargers and Rams

A group brought a Chargers banner with "Los Angeles Area" replacing San Diego. Photo by Chris Stone

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Charger fans show their colors during a rally to keep the Bolts in San Diego. Photo by Chris Stone

As the San Diego Chargers approach their March 23 deadline on whether they will move in with the Los Angeles Rams in Inglewood in 2016, contrasting media reports have surfaced regarding how the talks have been going.

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Early Monday, XTRA Sports 1360 reported that talks between the two teams had stalled.

Then the Los Angeles Daily News reported shortly after that the talks hadn’t stalled, but rather the Chargers took last week to look over a potential deal and that talks may begin to heat up in the next few days.

Lastly, San Diego Union Tribune sports columnist Kevin Acee reported that the teams are indeed still in talks, but that doesn’t mean the Chargers will for sure head to Inglewood for 2016.

In the wake of the team’s discussions with the Rams, there has been momentum for the idea of a possible move of the Oakland Raiders to San Diego.

As mentioned earlier, the Chargers have until March 23 to decide if they will play in Inglewood in 2016 and until February 2017 to decide whether they will move there at all.

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