Jerry Jones: Two teams could move to Los Angeles

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During an interview with the NFL Network, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said that he believes two NFL teams could end up moving to Los Angeles in the future.

“I feel more imminent about a team being in here, that it’s more imminent than any time since we haven’t had a team in Los Angeles,” Jones said, via “And yes, this market is a huge market, it’s a little bit of a black eye for all of us to have had this many years and not had an NFL team in Los Angeles.

“The owners don’t mess much up … but we haven’t gotten this one right. There’s people, there’s locations, there are people that are interested, a lot of people that can help us put this thing together. And as it turns out that we have at least two teams … that could move to this area.”

Jones says there won’t be any expansion teams.

“There won’t be any expansion,” he said. “So it will be teams that move.”


  • Mike

    LA didn’t support the two teams they had. What makes Jones think things have changed? It took years before they started giving the two baseball teams decent support.

    • galizische

      The problem before were simply the owners. Al Davis and Georgia Frontierre (sp.) One was a little dictatator and the other one inherited the franchise from her dead husband and was from St. Louis. The Rams need to return home where their fan base awaits.

    • Brig Boring (@brigadand)

      You kidding? The Dodgers were a top draw from year one in Los Angeles. Leading the league in attendance many times.