National Football League owners on Tuesday night approved the St. Louis Rams' plan to move to Los Angeles and gave the San Diego Chargers the option to join them.
NFL teams voted 30-2 in support of the team's proposal for a new, roughly $1.8 billion stadium in Inglewood, which sits southwest of downtown LA. The Oakland Raiders, who also applied for relocation, withdrew.
The vote marks a shift from initial team proposals to move to the nation's second-largest media market. The Chargers and Raiders had proposed a $1.7 billion joint venue in Carson, backed by Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger.