Call it the Super Bowl Reshuffle.
Five days after the Rams announced their Inglewood stadium would be finished in 2020, a year later than the original plan, the NFL is looking at pushing back the Los Angeles Super Bowl by a year until February 2022.
Tampa will play host to the 2021 game.
Owners of the league’s 32 teams gathered Tuesday for their annual one-day May meeting and decided to giving L.A. some breathing room rather than moving forward with the unprecedented plan of a stadium playing host to a Super Bowl in its inaugural season.
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