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Published April 3, 2013
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Grubman said the NFL is in a place now where it is willing to risk capital and pledge to bring multiple Super Bowls to L.A. if a stadium is built. But for a deal to get done, competing developers are going to have to change their current proposals. Grubman rejected the idea that the NFL is not engaged in an effort to bring a team to L.A. He said the city remains an important opportunity for the NFL and it will continue to spend time exploring whether or not it can bring a team there.
For more from this year’s World Congress of Sports, read the On The Ground blog, which includes more detailed reports from the sessions, slide shows and other material.