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Finding a NFL Team to Move to L.A. Will be Tough

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Majestic Realty, the company planning to build a NFL stadium some 25 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, appears to have slim pickings when it comes to the seven teams that may be up for grabs, finds the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. The 49ers, Rams, Jaguers, Chargers and Vikings all want to stay in their respective homes, or at least close to them. As for the Bills, they have no intention of being sold. That leaves the Oakland Raiders, which did not return comment to the paper's requests. Add to that other loops involved in selling a NFL team plus doubts about the stadium ever being built. And there's this: what teams would say if a stadium imagined for downtown L.A. was in play?