Around the country: What columnists are writing about NFL’s move to L.A.

In San Diego, fans want answers. They didn’t get them on Tuesday. Here’s the column from San Diego Union Tribune’s Bryce Miller:

Chargers resolution is no resolution at all

In St. Louis, NFL fans are suffering, again. Here’s the column from the St. Louis Post Dispatch’s Jeff Gordon:

Kroenke fails St. Louis, flees to LA

In Oakland, the future of the Raiders remains uncertain. Here’s the proposal from the Mercury New columnist Tim Kawakami:

Is it time for Davis to sell part of Raiders to raise stadium cash?

Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report said this move was all about $ (surprise!):

NFL Owners Vote with Their Wallets, as Always, in Sending Rams Back to L.A.

Deadspin is offering a platform for fans to say goodbye to their teams – profanity allowed:

Rams And Chargers Fans!  Let Us Help You Say Goodbye To Your Owners

 

Rams returning to LA

The NFL has approved the Rams’ return to Los Angeles and their plan for a stadium in Inglewood.
The Chargers have a one-year option to join the Rams in Inglewood. See story on the Daily News site.

Poll: Which NFL teams do you want to come to Los Angeles and where?

The NFL seems on the verge of returning to Los Angeles, perhaps in time for the 2016 season. But first the league’s 32 owners have to decide which team or teams relocate here and what stadium they’ll call home.

But what do the fans want, exactly?

Well, here is your chance to cast your vote: