Chiefs chairman expects NFL team to play in LA next season
KANSAS CITY - Chiefs owner Clark Hunt expects at least one NFL franchise to be playing in Los Angeles next season, though he declined to speculate Sunday whether the Raiders, Chargers or Rams are the leading candidate.
The three are expected to file for relocation Monday, the day after the regular season ends.
Hunt is part of a six-man committee made up of league owners that will meet to discuss relocation. The rest of the league's owners will meet to review their findings the following week, and could decide whether one or two teams will move to Los Angeles for the 2016 season.
The nation's second-largest market hasn't had an NFL team since the Raiders and Rams left after the 1994 season. The Chargers have played in San Diego for 55 seasons.
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