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RAIDERS MAY HAVE NEW HOME PENDING RAMS DECISION
Published April 12, 1995
The Raiders are waiting for the league's decision today on the Rams move to St. Louis to see if they can move into a new stadium at Hollywood Park. The Raiders and Hollywood Park have reached an agreement on a plan to build a $200M stadium at the Inglewood, CA, race track. Sources tell the L.A. TIMES that if the Rams' move is approved by the league, the Hollywood Park issue would also be raised and "likely approved." If this happens, an announcement on the new stadium could come "as soon as" Friday, with construction beginning "no earlier" than September. However, if the move is denied and the Rams opt to leave without league approval, then it is "unclear" how the Raiders' Hollywood Park plans would be affected (John Cherwa, L.A. TIMES, 4/12).