Does Wayne Weaver of the Jacksonville Jaguars Hear LA Calling?

January 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Yes, the relocation talks are cranking up once again for the Jacksonville Jaguars. 
Majestic Realty Group, Inc. is considering the Jaguars and six other NFL teams as possible future Los Angeles residents.  The other six teams being considered are the Buffalo Bills, San Francisco 49ers, San Diego Chargers, Minnesota Vikings, St. Louis Rams, and Oakland Raiders.
Wayne Weaver, the owner of the Jaguars, has steadfastly stated that he has no intentions to move the team.  However, with the exception of one game, every home game in Jacksonville was blacked out this season, and those games were badly under-sold.
Moreover, Weaver turns 75 years old on Jan. 13, and he may be growing tired of battling the lackadaisical attitude of the Jacksonville community towards his team.
Regardless, it's unlikely that the Jaguars, or any other team for that matter, will move to LA in the immediate future.  First of all, the stadium being built outside of LA isn't completed, and I'm no...

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