Clay Travis reacts to the Athletic's story from Vincent Bonsignore on Monday night that reports the Chargers and the NFL are both open to talking about a possible relocation to London.
Clay argues that this idea would be an incredibly viable option and a chance for the Spanos family to leave a legacy. Even though the Chargers have just moved from San Diego to LA and are a part of the new stadium being built to be shared with the Rams, moving to London would make more sense for the team as well as the NFL. The Chargers and the NFL would be able to dominate yet another television time slot, as there would be, in theory, 8 Sundays each season where the Chargers home London game would be airing in the early morning on Sunday. Fans could wake up Sunday morning to NFL football being played for half of the NFL season.
Clay asks the Outkick crew for their reaction to the Athletic's story and Dub points out that a realignment of some of the AFC divisions would likely have to happen so that the Chargers wouldn't have to fly all the way to the West Coast in order to play their divisional road games.
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