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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

Raiders Parked in L.A.

JACKSONVILLE, Florida () -- National Football League owners ended two days of meetings with a plan aimed to keep the Raiders in Los Angeles and providing the team with a new stadium.


Part of the plan approved by the 30 owners on Wednesday called for the awarding of two Super Bowls, probably in 2000 and 2005, to Los Angeles, contingent on a new $200 million stadium for the Raiders, to be built in Hollywood Park. The owners turned down a proposal to give $20 million to Raiders' owner Al Davis as part of the package.


Under the plan, the Raiders would stay in Los Angeles for the next two years, move into the new park in 1997, then share the stadium in 1998 with either an expansion or existing NFC franchise, commissioner Paul Tagliabue said.