INGLEWOOD (CBS SF) – Those who fear the Raiders will eventually return to Los Angeles may like the sound of this: the Rams may beat them to it.

Saint Louis Rams Owner Stan Kroenke reportedly wants to build a 80,000 stadium in Inglewood, at the site of the old Hollywood Park horse race track, reports the LA Times.

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Kroenke bought 60 acers of land adjacent to the old Forum last year.

It would be a homecoming for the Rams, who played in Southern California for nearly fifty years before moving to Saint Louis in 1994.

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The Raiders – who left Los Angeles to return to Oakland that same year – have reportedly been looking for a new home, with San Antonio and Los Angeles rumored as future homes for the Silver & Black.

It’s not immediately clear if the potential stadium deal would increase or decrease the likelihood of the Raiders leaving the Bay Area.

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