The St. Louis Rams will be moving to Inglewood, California and become the home team of the Los Angeles market.
The vote to move the Rams was finalized Tuesday by the NFL owners according to ESPN. The Rams, who played in Southern California from 1946 until 1994, beat out the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers for the top spot in the LA market.
The Rams might not be the only NFL team moving to the City of Angels. The San Diego Chargers have a year to finalize a lease agreement with the Rams in order to also move to Los Angeles. If the two teams reach an agreement, than they will both get $100 million towards funding a new permanent stadium according to ESPN. (RELATED: Pacman Jones Thinks Antonio Brown Faked Almost Getting His Head Taken Off [VIDEO])
If the Chargers cannot negotiate a deal then it would move onto the Raiders.
Rams owner Stan Kroenke was denied his proposal to build a $1.86 billion dollar stadium in Los Angeles which resulted in a 30-2 vote by NFL owners to move ahead with a plan for two teams. (RELATED: NFL Player Goes On Profanity Laced Rant Following Playoff Loss [VIDEO])
The Rams will play the 2016 season in Los Angeles before ultimately moving to Inglewood in 2019.