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AEG seeks more time to build NFL stadium in downtown LA

LOS ANGELES -- With the clock running out on a proposal to build a pro football stadium in downtown Los Angeles, developer Anschutz Entertainment Group has appealed to the city for extra time. Citing progress in talks with the National Football League, AEG asked city officials Monday for an additional six months to land an NFL franchise and get underway building "Farmers Field" stadium while making improvements to the aging Los Angeles Convention Center. The request will test city officials' recently stated resolve to stop pining for an NFL franchise to come downtown and get to work on a "Plan B" for the convention center that doesn't include a stadium. That plan calls for modernizing ...

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