Vikings safe for now: NFL says L.A. off market for 2012

An NFL executive says no developer in Los Angeles so far has put forward a plan that would lure a team and it's too late for a team owner to approve a move.
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An NFL executive says no developer in Los Angeles so far has put forward a plan that would lure a team and it's too late for a team owner to approve a move.

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