Plans for a new Chargers stadium in Chula Vista are still alive, according to a published report.
The voiceofsandiego.org reported that Chargers special counsel Mark Fabiani is still in talks with leaders in the South Bay city to build a stadium on the waterfront. The team is reportedly considering a parcel in east Chula Vista and a waterfront site now home to the South Bay Power Plant.
Gaylord Entertainment had planned a waterfront convention center complex in Chula Vista, but the project died in November.
The local news site also reported that the team is dismissing reports of renewed interest in relocating the team to Los Angeles.
Read the voiceofsandiego.org's "Chargers Eyeing Ex-Gaylord Site" for more details.