Throw a rock – or pigskin – across a number of different parts of Los Angeles County, and you're likely to hit a piece of land that developers are eyeing for an NFL stadium. Downtown. Inglewood. City of Industry. And now Carson. And the owners of the teams with LA connections - the Rams, the Raiders and the Chargers (yes, even the Chargers played here years ago) - are now apparently homesick and are exploring various stadium proposals. KCRW's Steve Chiotakis spoke to Kevin Roderick for this week's LA Observed.
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