So this article about fine tuning the LA stadium proposal had this little bit that made me sit up with concern buried down inside: "AEG's $1 billion-plus plan for a 72,000- to 76,000-seat stadium on part of the city's convention center campus is one of two competing proposals to bring professional football back to Los Angeles, 15 years after the Rams and Raiders left the nation's second-largest market. "Warehouse magnate Ed Roski has permits in place to build a separate 75,000-seat stadium about 15 miles east of Los Angeles, in the city of Industry, but also hasn't secured a team. "Both camps have said they hope to recruit a franchise - and possibly two - from among those in the league that need a new stadium but are unable to get one built in their current locations." Goes on to mention the usual suspect franchises, but not the Bills. Still, doesn't make me feel good that LA investors are targeting not just one, but two franchises.