The news about the Chargers' move to LA made national headlines Thursday. Rolling Stone magazine even posted an article,"Why San Diego Chargers Moving to L.A. Is About Money, Not Fans." Here is an expert from that article written by Kenneth Arthur:
"Ownership may try and sell people on a lie that this move is best "for the team," but they already have a franchise quarterback, an elite rookie defensive end, a promising running back, a Pro Bowl cornerback, and many other good players.
The Chargers were on a path to success whether they played in San Diego or Los Angeles or Pyongyang for all it mattered. They'll just make more money in Los Angeles, because now they're selling tickets to fans of the sport, or worse, of the opposition."
Read the full article here. What do you think were the motives behind the move? Is it all about money?
Check out some of the harshest headlines we saw on Thursday here.
-Bob, Coe, and Producer Anna