Source: Inglewood presentation was Star Wars, Carson presentation was a "home movie from the '70s" https://t.co/tAuPPH2WIP— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) January 13, 2016
Owners were "blown away" by differences between Inglewood and Carson projects https://t.co/tAuPPH2WIP— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) January 13, 2016
Raiders?src=hash">#Raiders owner Mark Davis the people's owner. He just left for the airport.. In a yellow cab.— Fred Roggin (@FredNBCLA) January 13, 2016
Matt Clapp (@Matt2Clapp) January 13, 2016
Man!!! It feels like a great a.m to fish....I'm late tho... Lol passing through Chalmette #chalmatianstheyownbreedoutchea— cameron jordan (@camjordan94) January 13, 2016
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on Inglewood: "Absolutely the greatest plan ever conceived in sports, as far as how to put the show on."— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) January 13, 2016
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