Officials with the National Football League and the Los Angeles Chargers on Tuesday slammed a report claiming the team was interested in relocating to London - just a few years after picking up in San Diego and arriving in LA. "We're not going to London", Spanos said Monday. "We're not going anywhere", Spanos firmly told reporters. This is our home. This is our home, and this where we're planning to be for a long (expletive) time.
Asked in his Tuesday address to 105.3FM the Fan if moving the Chargers to London was a talking point amongst owners and the league, the Hall of Famer could not have been more clear in his stance.
The Chargers also disputed the report on the team's official Twitter account, sharing a video of a scene from "The Wolf of Wall Street" in which actor Leonardo DiCaprio's character gives a speech saying he's "not leaving".
The offensive line has not given up a sack in four of the team's past five games, making the Raiders the only team this season to hold four different teams without a sack.
A general view during the game between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Miami Dolphins at the StubHub Center on September 17, 2017 in Carson, California. The NFL plan to have the Chargers share a stadium with the also recently-relocated LA Rams next season.
Last Sunday they lost to the Houston Texans 26-3 in the final London game of the season. This Thursday night, the two teams will play their final game against one another in Oakland for the foreseeable future.
With wide receiver Keenan Allen remaining a constant for Rivers along the outside, the return of running back Melvin Gordon will continue to help as well. The Jaguars play in the unsexy market of Jacksonville and they've been playing a game in the United Kingdom annually since 2013.