Of course, the final decision will come down to money. As people in Los Angeles await word on the sale of the Anschutz Entertainment Group, the NFL doesn't sound too enthusiastic about the firm's plan to build a downtown stadium. Less than six months after the L.A. city council voted unanimously to support AEG's plan, the concept is essentially dead to the NFL, according to two sources. The problems with the plan are numerous, but the most essential one is the economics. "The numbers just don't work, no matter how you look at the deal," a league source said in February. ... Officially, a league spokesman said Monday that the NFL is still tracking what AEG is trying to do.
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