San Diego Chargers Apply for Los Angeles Name Trademarks

The trademark application for "LA Chargers" and "Los Angeles Chargers" applies to a wide range of products, such as mouse pads, clothes and golf balls

The San Diego Chargers have applied to trademark the names "Los Angeles Chargers" and "LA Chargers" as the team considers a possible move to join the Rams at a stadium in Los Angeles.

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office application was filed two days after NFL owners voted to allow the Rams to relocate from St. Louis, where they moved from Southern California after the 1994 season, to the Los Angeles area. The Chargers were given a year to consider joining the Rams in LA.

The trademark applications would cover a wide range of products, such as football helmets, golf balls, mobile apps, decorative magnets, calendars, clothing and jewelry.

If the Chargers choose not to move to Los Angeles, the Oakland Raiders have a one-year option to consider a move.

Ram owner Stan Kroenke is behind the stadium project in Inglewood. The team will play at the LA Coliseum until the new stadium is built.

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