When you think of NFL teams hitting the road, you probably picture players and coaches climbing aboard team buses and planes and suiting up in visiting locker rooms. But thousands of NFL fans stand to see their teams hit the road permanently in the next couple of years. That’s because the Chargers, Raiders and Rams are all weighing moves to Los Angeles. And while that’s bad news for San Diego, Oakland and St. Louis, it stands to be very good news for LA, which hasn’t had a professional football team in 20 years. Only one other team has changed cities since then (the Houston Oilers, aka, Tennessee Titans), so many of today’s NFL fans don’t remember a time of such turbulence. But when you explore the history of relocation in the NFL, it’s clear the league historically has been no stranger to changes of scenery.
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