Dodger Stadium NFL

Twice, Dodgers owners have been brought into the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000007" title="National Football League" href="/topic/sports/football/national-football-league-ORSPT000007.topic">NFL</a> discussion. First it was <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT005491" title="Peter O'Malley" href="/topic/sports/peter-omalley-PESPT005491.topic">Peter O'Malley,</a> who in 1996 offered land near Dodger Stadium for a new football stadium. In 2005, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="hpc713" title="Frank McCourt" href="/topic/arts-culture/literature/frank-mccourt-hpc713.topic">Frank McCourt</a> joined talks of luring an NFL franchise here with his choice piece of land atop Chavez Ravine. However, both times city officials preferred the Coliseum.
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( Los Angeles Times / March 25, 2004 )

Twice, Dodgers owners have been brought into the NFL discussion. First it was Peter O'Malley, who in 1996 offered land near Dodger Stadium for a new football stadium. In 2005, Frank McCourt joined talks of luring an NFL franchise here with his choice piece of land atop Chavez Ravine. However, both times city officials preferred the Coliseum.

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