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AEG Seeks Six-Month Extension To Secure NFL Team For L.A. Stadium Project

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 30 / 14

AEG yesterday announced that it is seeking a six-month extension to its existing agreement with the city of L.A. for the Farmers Field project. The company's request is to allow additional time to pursue a deal with an NFL team, and to further assess and develop plans for renovations to the L.A. Con...

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