AEG and Farmers Insurance Exchange announced the naming-rights deal that it is worth $700 million over 30 years for a proposed stadium in downtown Los Angeles. The 64,000-seat retractable roof stadium will be named Farmers Field.
If you build it, will they come?
There hasn't been a NFL franchise to call Los Angeles home since the Raiders and Rams both left the city in 1995 for Oakland and St. Louis, respectively. It is hard to believe that one of the largest television markets has gone 15 years without a franchise in the country's most popular sport.
Even if a stadium gets approved in Los Angeles, they still need a team. The NFL more than likely will not be adding any expansion franchises any time soon so a team will need to be persuaded to relocate to Los Angeles.
Here are the five most likely franchises to relocate to Los Angeles should they build a new stadium.