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St. Louis stadium task force members remain optimistic

Bob Blitz, a leader in the effort to build a new NFL stadium in St. Louis, smiles along side an artist's rendering of the project while speaking with the media  Friday, April 24, 2015, in St. Louis, two days after making a presentation to the league. Blitz and his partner in the effort, Dave Peacock, say they remain optimistic about a plan that they say would keep a team and help redevelop a blighted part of the city.(AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Leaders of the effort to build a new NFL stadium in St. Louis said Friday they remain optimistic about a plan they say would retain a team and help redevelop a blighted part of the city.

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Tottenham could share new stadium with NFL team

LONDON (AP) — Wembley Stadium may not be the only London venue in the NFL’s future.

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Lawmakers call Bucks arena meeting productive, but no deal

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Milwaukee Bucks and state and local officials did not reach a financing deal for a new $500 million arena during a closed-door meeting Wednesday in the state Capitol, though those who attended described it as productive and planned to meet again Thursday.

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Second LA-area city approves stadium; next move with NFL

In this photo taken Tuesday, April 21, 2015, football fans, who want to see an NFL team return to the Los Angeles area after two decades, chant " bring them back!" before a Carson City Council vote on whether to approve the plan to build an NFL football stadium for the Chargers and Raiders in Carson, Calif. A second City Council has approved a second proposed pro football stadium in the Los Angeles area, putting local issues to rest in the NFL's return to the region and leaving the next move to the teams that would seek to relocate and the league that must give its approval. (AP Photo/Robert Jablon)

CARSON, Calif. (AP) — The ball now belongs to the Raiders, the Chargers, the Rams — and the NFL.

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Report: NFL stadium project up for vote lacks detailed plans

This undated artist rendering provided by MANICA Architecture shows an artist's rendering of a newly proposed NFL stadium in the city of Carson, Calif. The Los Angeles suburb of Carson could approve a $1.7 billion NFL stadium Tuesday, April 21, 2015, in the wake of a similar vote in nearby Inglewood, even though many details haven’t been worked out and funding is uncertain. (MANICA Architecture via AP, File) NO SALES

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles suburb of Carson will consider a proposed $1.7 billion NFL stadium Tuesday — even though many details haven’t been worked out and funding is uncertain.

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