Their talk focused on money. For one, the future of redevelopment funding.
California Gov. Jerry Brown wants to take away that money to help reduce the state's multi-billion dollar budget gap.
There's also the issue of G-3's future-- that's the NFL's subsidy program to build stadiums.
A big question is where will the money to finance the stadium come from, if one or both sources fall through?
The mayor's office and the Chargers issued a statement saying they will work together on all of these issues.
At this point the Chargers want to stay in San Diego. But with a new stadium being built in Los Angeles, the Chargers could be lured away.