After 20 years without a pro football team, Los Angeles has two stadium plans in the works and three teams—the Chargers, Raiders and Rams—considering a move to the city. On April 28, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell weighed in, saying that only one of the two projects will go forward. A vote, which requires a "yes" from 24 of the 32 NFL owners, could take place as soon as the fall. Here's a breakdown of the proposals.

Location: Carson, on a former landfill along the 405 freeway

Current status: approved by the city; plans in development; aiming to break ground this year

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Chargers and Raiders HOME TEAM Rams (maybe also the Chargers or Raiders)
The Chargers, the city and Starwood Capital DEVELOPER Stan Kroenke, Rams owner
$1.7 billion COST $1.86 billion
70,000 CAPACITY 80,000
The Raiders played in L.A. from 1982 to '94 UPSIDE The Rams played in L.A. from 1946 to '94
Chargers also considering a new venue in San Diego HURDLES St. Louis is offering a new $1 billion stadium

Location: Inglewood, 10 miles southwest of downtown

Current status: approved by the city; detailed plans are finished

PHOTOMANICA ARCHITECTURE/CARSON2GETHER/AP (CARSON) PHOTOHKS INC. (INGLEWOOD)
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)