One team gained certainty from the NFL owners meetings in Houston -- the St. Louis (now Los Angeles ) Rams -- but the San Diego Chargers did not.
Along with the Oakland Raiders, the Chargers must now figure out where they will play in 2016, along with where they will play in future years. The Chargers have three options, really: Stay in San Diego and try and get a new stadium built; stay in San Diego for the 2016 season but go to Los Angeles in 2017; or head straight to Inglewood ASAP, to join Stan Kroenke as either a tenant or a partner in his new billion-dollar stadium.
Monday, the two teams met (though owners Kroenke and Dean Spanos were not present) to discuss their options. The Chargers have until March 23 to decide if they will play in San Diego for the 2016 season, and they have until January of 2017 to join the Rams in Los Angeles.