The Chargers are moving to build a $1 billion stadium in San Diego and plan to unveil its plans for the future of the team in March.
The Chargers have said they’re considering a new name for the team, but they won’t say what that name will be until a public vote is held in January.
Here are five things to know.1.
The Chargers’ stadium plan has some significant obstacles.
The NFL’s collective bargaining agreement requires the teams to submit plans to the league for approval.
But some owners are worried about the long-term viability of a new stadium, and some of them have suggested the team should change its name.
“The Chargers are a franchise that has been here for 20 years, and they’ve had a good run, and it’s time for them to be able to retire,” said Adam Silver, the league’s chief operating officer, at the league meeting.
Silver also said the team’s lease agreement with Qualcomm, which owns Qualcomm Stadium, would expire at the end of the 2019 season, and he said that if a new agreement was reached it would not be for a few years.
The NFL also has some money to pay off the stadium debt and it doesn’t want to see that money going toward a new facility.
“It’s important that the owners know we are committed to this franchise and that we are going to make sure we do what is right for this franchise, and that is to continue to build this facility and continue to put the team on the field,” Silver said.
Silver said the Chargers were in talks with a number of other cities about possible stadium plans.
“They’ve been in touch with several of them,” he said.2.
The San Diego Chargers won’t be playing in their new stadium for at least the next decade.
Silver says the team is working on a plan that would keep the team playing at Qualcomm Stadium until 2026, and then relocate to an entirely new facility after that.
The team has yet to announce which location.
The stadium is expected to be ready for football by 2020.3.
The name Chargers is a controversial one.
Some owners have said the name should be changed to something else to honor the Chargers franchise.
“There is no better name for us than the San Diego Jaguars,” Silver told the league.
“The Chargers would be a very, very bad name.
We can’t go with that.”
Silver said that even if the team chose to change its nickname, the name would not necessarily have to change.
“I’m not going to have a change of name,” Silver added.
“I’ll have a different name.”
The Chargers’ name is already in use in many parts of the world.
They play in a city called Carson, Nevada, a city that has some of the worst air pollution in the United States.
The local police chief said last year that they received more than 1,000 complaints about the team naming itself after the state.
Silver says they are aware of at least a couple of cities where they would consider changing their name.4.
The new name has some political ramifications.
A proposal for the name change has been in the works for more than two years, but it has never been finalized.
That’s because the name is subject to a trademark and trademark protection issue.
Silver said the NFL is looking at a number options, including changing the name to something more neutral.
“We are in discussions with a variety of other organizations, including some that have a stake in the team,” Silver wrote.
“We are also considering a number that we believe may be more politically appropriate for the franchise, including the names of local businesses.”
Silver’s plan is not expected to change the name of the Chargers, but he said the league will look at changing the nickname if a better one comes along.