If that wasn't convincing enough, perhaps Chargers owner Dean Spanos calling the report "total f-ing bulls-t" will be.
"We are fully committed and focused on Los Angeles", Spanos was quoted by The Athletic as saying recently, "and look forward to continuing to build our fan base as we transition to our new stadium. We're not going anywhere", Spanos firmly told reporters. "This is our home, and this is where we are planning to be for a long (expletive) time".
The Chargers' official Twitter account also responded to talk of relocation.
Well, we now know how the Chargers feel about relocating to London - or anywhere, for that matter.
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The Los Angeles Chargers issued a strong denial on Tuesday of a report that team executives would consider relocating the franchise to London despite their commitment to share a $4.5 billion stadium with the Los Angeles Rams starting next season.
The NFL staged four games in London this season and has played 28 games in the city since 2007.
Oakland possesses one of the best offensive lines in the league after being well below average in this facet last season. With the Packers visiting the West Coast this past weekend, perhaps the Los Angeles lifestyle - albeit just a glimpse of it - may have proven to be too much for the Packers to handle as the Chargers rolled to a 26-11 win at home. Chargers games at the LA Galaxy ground are home games for the away teams and it could be years and years before the Chargers to attract any real support.