The Los Angeles Rams are once again a thing. The NFL owners voted to move the St. Louis Rams back to Los Angeles, where they originally played until 1994. That per basically every reporter at the NFL owners meeting right now. The San Diego Chargers will get the option of joining them until January 2017, when the Raiders will get the opportunity to do so if the Chargers haven't, according to Adam Schefter.
Not that many people were peddling it, but we can at least lay to rest the notion that the Bucs might move to LA. The Bucs, of course, just agreed on a massive upgrade project so it's not like they're in a hurry to leave -- especially not with attendance trending up in recent years, despite continued losing.
Still, it sucks that we're back to seeing teams move around the country. The last time this happened was when the Cleveland Browns turned into the Baltimore Ravens, all the way back in 1996. So effectively, the NFL managed to go 20 years without a relocation. That spell has now been broken, and it may open the door for further relocations down the road as the NFL tries to expand internationally and more teams want new stadium deals.