Found December 04, 2011 on NESN.com:
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The news last week that the Jacksonville Jaguars had been sold to Illinois businessman Shahid Khan was greeted enthusiastically in Los Angeles, where football fans have been without a home team since the Raiders and Rams moved away in 1994. Those fans might not want to add teal to their wardrobes quite yet. The Jaguars will not move to Los Angeles, CBS' Charley Casserly reports. The former general manager of the Redskins and Texans tweeted that the most likely candidates to move to L.A. are three teams that once called the city home: Raiders, Rams and Chargers.
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