Edward P. Roski Jr., a part owner of the Kings and Lakers who has spent several years trying to lure the NFL back to the Los Angeles area, believes his latest concept for a stadium could help finally land a team. The Los Angeles Times reported on its Web site that Roski has scheduled a news conference at Staples Center to make a "major announcement" concerning the league and L.A. On Thursday, Roski will unveil his idea for a stadium in the City of Industry, near the southern intersection of the 57 and 60 freeways some 20 miles east of Los Angeles, said John Semcken, vice president of Majestic Realty, Roski's real estate company. The stadium would be surrounded by a high-end shopping mall, and located on a vacant property which Roski already owns. "We've spent the last year designing a football stadium that is ideally suited for the Southern California marketplace that will be a part of a major entertainment, retail and office development," Semcken told The Associated Press. "We want to take all of the uncertainty out of this stadium situation." If a team committed to moving to Los Angeles, "we could begin construction in the final quarter of this year and have it ready for play for the first exhibition game in 2011," Semcken said. http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/8042930?MSNHPHMA Ed Roski has the money to do the deal. I don't know how much money the Governator would have to kick in, but Roski can pull the load if he has to. So who will move to LA??