An avalanche of chatter about the NFL potentially returning to Los Angeles has hit in the last few months, scaring vulnerable cities like Minneapolis, Buffalo and San Diego.

Fans from these cities care because their team could be one Los Angeles’ poaches. Who can make sense of it all?

Los Angeles Times reporter Sam Farmer has one of the more interesting jobs in journalism, covering the NFL for an NFL-less city. But he’s become one of the country’s most trusted sources for Los Angeles stadium news, great at separating the fact from hyperbole.

I’ll be doing a Q&A with Farmer this week and we’ll talk about what football in Los Angeles might mean for football in San Diego.

Submit your questions for Farmer to me via email at or in the comments section. (He’s on Twitter at @LATimesFarmer.)

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Liam Dillon was formerly a senior reporter and assistant editor for Voice of San Diego. He led VOSD’s investigations and wrote about how regular people...

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