CHARGERS: The final days in San Diego. Thursday marked the Chargers ' last day in San Diego. Five months after owner Dean Spanos announced he would move his team to Los Angeles , the Chargers will finally put San Diego -- and a 56-year history
call to 'Fight for LA.'" "L.T. is one of the most beloved and iconic Chargers of all time," Chargers chairman Dean Spanos said in a statement. "His active involvement in our fight for Los Angeles is vital, and he represents the very best
supported the Browns for years. But frankly, it came down to a single proposition: I had no choice." If Chargers owner Dean Spanos can relate to Modell's plight, Chargers fans now know the fresh pain of watching an era splintered to the wind
to Los Angeles. Chargers owner Dean Spanos announced the decision in a letter ..... news is for Charger fans, I know Dean Spanos and his family did everything they ..... in Los Angeles. I congratulate Dean Spanos and the entire Chargers organization
more disappointing that we could not solve the stadium issue. As difficult as the news is for Charger fans, I know Dean Spanos and his family did everything they could to try to find a viable solution in San Diego."
changing for the Chargers . New home, new stadium -- and a brand-new logo. Minutes after team president and CEO Dean Spanos announced that his team was bound two hours north for Los Angeles, the franchise unfurled this: The new logo from
More Columns > Editor note: Chargers owner Dean Spanos announced in a letter the decision to relocate the team to Los Angeles beginning with the 2017 NFL season. "After much deliberation
More Columns > Chargers owner Dean Spanos has called an 8 a.m. PST meeting Thursday to tell his staff the news they have all been bracing for: The team plans to move
turmoil right now. Well there really are from my understanding basically two separate operations going on here there's Dean Spanos the owner who is dedicated. His life really for the past several years. To finding a home for his team and we learned
San Diego Union-Tribune Kevin Acee explains the feelings of the city of San Diego in the wake of the Chargers decision to relocate to Los Angeles.
raking or bridge who made it. And that hurt at the momentum gained by the Raiders move in Los Angeles. Eight. For Dean Spanos to possibly eight in Indy. Because that way remember a charter did not file to locate the Raiders could have come
negotiator who negotiate with that. In the bottom. The bottom line is the bottom line. I mean did you have you spoken to Dean Spanos about this in recent days to try and figure out. How close this might have come to being avoided or what his mindset
for my understanding. Even a topic of anything in its Dean Spanos was waiting on a last ditch effort from the league some ..... new stadium would cause. Nothing of the sort came so Dean Spanos called 8:8 AM Pacific meeting today. To inform established
The "Good Morning Football" crew discusses why Dean Spanos wants to move to Los Angeles.
occupancy taxes to help pay for a proposed $1.8 billion downtown stadium project. Meetings between Chargers owner Dean Spanos , San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and other city and county officials have so far failed to yield a stadium plan both
may be even pushing twenty years I've gotten to know Dean Spanos have gotten to know his sons have gotten to get to know ..... virtue in terms of finding the opportunity. Finally Dean Spanos the mayor of San Diego the supervisor of the county of
the Chargers decided to stay in San Diego, their lease agreement with The Hive would be terminated. Chargers owner Dean Spanos met with San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and other city and county officials Thursday as part of the their ongoing discussions
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports San Diego Chargers owner Dean Spanos is meeting with San Diego state and city officials about staying in San Diego.
designed to keep the Raiders in Oakland. One owner said he sensed that Raiders owner Mark Davis and Chargers owner Dean Spanos are both fed up with the lack of progress in their home cities and are ready to go, even though Spanos has long resisted
addresses the long term issues of the clubs and the communities, so we need to continue to work at it." Chargers owner Dean Spanos reiterated his stance when he told reporters Wednesday he won't make any decision until after the season. "It
before the Jan. 15 deadline. He also said it would be "fruitless" for NFL owners to give the Chargers and owner Dean Spanos more time to make a relocation decision beyond the already-established deadline. "I think Dean needs to make a decision
think those are decisions to clubs have to make you a minute and Igor knows that. The senior Chargers have options Dean Spanos family. Worked tirelessly over the last year through. Percent of reference. To the voters. They obviously didn
Chargers owner Dean Spanos has not made a firm decision regarding whether or not he will relocate his team to Los Angeles. He has until Jan. 15 to decide if he wants to move north.
solution in San Diego. Only 43 percent of voters signed off on using public funds for a downtown stadium. Team owner Dean Spanos said the Chargers will wait until after the season to announce their future plans, which could include relocating to
what the Chargers ' next step will be in their long, twisting effort to replace aging Qualcomm Stadium. Team chairman Dean Spanos has said he wanted to see the percentages before deciding whether to negotiate with Mayor Kevin Faulconer on a new plan