Expiring stadium lease agreements make this the ideal time for an L.A. team to come home
With Tim Leiweke out, it will not be up to Philip Anschutz to set the tone for the return of football to L.A.
The Anschutz Company announced Thursday that it will retain ownership of Anschutz Entertainment Group and terminate the sales process for AEG.
Construction on Farmers Field, the proposed football stadium in Los Angeles, could begin as early as March 2013 but if there is no movement on the project within two years of that date, plans for the stadium will likely be abandoned.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have been sold but don't expect them to move to Los Angeles anytime soon.
Why is there no NFL team in Los Angeles, the country's second-largest market? It's a study of power brokers and bureaucratic morass stretching over 16 years.
Breaking down the The L.A. Event Center in downtown Los Angeles