Watch I Other NFL franchises have relocated to other cities with mixed results.
[UPDATE] 2:39 p.m. ET | ... and things are already heating up among fans.
[UPDATE] 11:21 a.m. ET | It's official. The Chargers will relocate to Los Angeles.
Here's the new charged-up logo.
It looks like Los Angeles might be getting its second NFL team after a 20-year drought.
Chargers owner Dean Spanos is expected to tell his staff in a Thursday morning meeting that the team plans to move from San Diego to the City of Angels, according to an NFL report.
The meeting, set to take place at 8 a.m. PST, comes after the team's years-long effort to build a new stadium in San Diego. According to sources, the league has yet to offer any additional money for renovations.
Reporter Ian Rapoport first broke the story about the pending move.
Fans are already reacting to the pending announcement... with eggs.
"The #Chargers leaving San Diego and moving to LA just feels so....wrong."
The Chargers filed for the Los Angeles Chargers trademark a year ago this week.— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) January 12, 2017
Some could argue we should've seen this coming.
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