LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Rams and San Diego Chargers have held their first meeting to discuss sharing a stadium that is under construction in Inglewood.

The teams released a joint statement Monday saying they had held the first negotiating session as the Chargers look to possibly become the second team in the Los Angeles area.

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The Chargers have a one-year option to reach a lease agreement and become a tenant of the stadium whose construction is being headed by Rams owner Stan Kroenke.

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NFL owners approved the Rams’ move from St. Louis and the Chargers’ option to leave San Diego at a meeting last week.

The very brief statement says the two sides have agreed not to publicly discuss details of the negotiations.

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