In the past 19 years, no NFL game has been in played in one of the largest cities in United States: Los Angeles. There’s no sign of a team wanting to relocate for the 2013-2014 season. The deadline is February 15 and no team has filed any paper work as of today, which means the city will have to wait another year to pull a team its way.
LOS ANGELES -- The NFL has not played a game in Los Angeles since 1994 and the league will not return to the second largest city and television market in the United States before 2014. No NFL team will file for relocation to Los Angeles by the league mandated Feb. 15 deadline, multiple sources told ESPNLosAngeles.com, pushing any timeline for the league's return to the city back at least another year.
The news does not come as a complete surprise despite the fact that Los Angeles has two shovel-ready stadium proposals waiting for a prospective team.