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I thought this was pretty interesting...


LA Times: NFL to L.A.? No...to the City of Industry


Basically this dude who built the Staple Center has bought a large tract of land in the City of Industry and has been trying to woo the NFL, going all the way back to the Houston expansion team...


Anyhow, my city is right next door and started building up commercial businesses along Valley Blvd. which is right across the land where this supposed NFL stadium is to built. How awesome is that...the NFL coming to my neck of the woods. Literally It'd be a 5 minute drive to the stadium. I wonder who'd go in there...and I really wonder if the surrounding area and streets would be able to support a stadium...I mean traffic down that corridor is a mess as it is right now, and they just widened the streets!

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Hahaha...maybe I'd follow the NFL more if the Southland had a team...:rolleyes: Cause I dunno, I hate the Chargers, hate the Giants, and definitely hate the Raiders...

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last time i checked the giants were from NY, are you thinking of the 49ers


LOL...yah...baseball football...what's the diff? See not a big follower of NFL...


BTW...not a SF Giants fan either...GO BLUE!

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