The NFL's return to Los Angeles could happen faster than anyone imagined.
Many owners and league officials are in regular discussions to move a franchise to Los Angeles, according to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora.
The idea of relocation is rapidly gaining traction and could be seriously discussed at the NFL league meeting in December, and NFL spokesman Eric Grubman alerted the owners of the distinct possibility to move a franchise to L.A., according to La Canfora's report.
La Canfora reported last week that the Oakland Raiders and St. Louis Rams have expressed interest in moving to Los Angeles.
Both franchises have been based out of L.A. before: the Raiders were known as the Los Angeles Raiders from 1982-1994, while the Los Angeles Rams operated from 1946-1994 before moving to St. Louis.
Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday that the league has begun to survey the market about the viability of the team and people's willingness to spend on personal seat licenses.