SAN DIEGO -- Barring a miracle, the San Diego Chargers are expected to exercise the teams option to move to Los Angeles in 2017, sources told ESPNs Jim Trotter.During the NFL owners meetings in January, in which the league approved the relocation of the Rams to Los Angeles, the Chargers were granted the option to relocate to L.A. with a deadline of Jan. 15, 2017.Chargers chairman Dean Spanos has to alert the league that he intends to exercise that option by next months deadline.The Chargers received only 43 percent approval on Measure C in November. The teams $1.8 billion plan proposed raising hotel taxes from 12.5 percent to 16.5 percent to secure $1.15 billion in bonds to help pay for the stadium project.The citizens ballot initiative required two-thirds of the voting public within city limits to approve the project, an extremely high bar for the team to reach.Dean has said that he wants everyone to be able to focus on the remainder of the Chargers season, and so [he] wont be making any final decisions until after the season is over, said Mark Fabiani, the point person on the stadium situation for the Chargers. That hasnt changed.The Chargers have a tenant-lease agreement with Rams owner Stan Kroenke that lowers the teams risk because they do not have to borrow money for construction of the $2.6 billion project.The Rams and Chargers would jointly share revenue such as naming rights, suites, sponsors and advertising. The teams would be on their own to sell season tickets and personal seat licenses.Kroenke has motivation to complete a deal with the Chargers, because he cannot begin selling personal seat licenses until reaching a decision on whether the Chargers or Raiders will relocate to Los Angeles.However, the risk for Spanos is that the franchise would be on the hook for a $650 million relocation fee paid over 10 years, determined during the January owners meeting in Houston.The Chargers also would have to purchase land and construct a practice facility, which would cost tens of millions of dollars.NFL owners discussed the Raiders moving to Las Vegas during a committee meeting in New York in November. Raiders owner Mark Davis has told the league he plans on filing for relocation to move his franchise to Las Vegas in January.The Raiders and the Chargers stadium situations will be up for discussion at a December NFL owners meeting in Dallas. 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It is the fourth career suspension for Torres, who is considered a repeat offender in dangerous hits under the leagues collective bargaining agreement. Stoll was bent forward while trying to play a bouncing puck when Torres approached him from the side for a violent hit in Game 1 on Tuesday night. Stolls head snapped back violently before he fell forward onto the ice. In an explanatory video released by Brendan Shanahan, the NHLs senior vice-president of player safety, he said Stolls head was "the principal point of contact" in the hit, creating grounds for suspension. Although Torres initially made contact with Stolls right shoulder, Shanahan ruled that the shoulder hit was only a glancing blow, as evidenced by the direction both pllayers travelled after the contact.dddddddddddd Wilson said the head must be targeted to violate Rule 48.1 and there is no evidence that Torres targeted Stolls head. Wilson also said Stoll put himself in a vulnerable position just before the hit to play a bouncing puck. "It appears that the NHL has not only made an inappropriate application of this rule but is trying to make an example out of a player who is being judged on past events, one who has changed his game dramatically this season and taken only six minor penalties in 39 games," Wilson said. While playing for Phoenix last season, Torres received a 21-game suspension -- initially 25 games -- for a high hit on Chicago star Marian Hossa in the first round of the playoffs. Torres was suspended for two games in January 2012 for charging Minnesota defenceman Nate Prosser, and he sat out four games in April 2011 for a hit to the head of Edmontons Jordan Eberle while playing for Vancouver. Stoll missed Game 2 of the series and there is no timetable for his return. "Its a clean hit," Sharks forward Logan Couture said. "Unfortunately, the guy got injured. If they suspended guys for every time someone else got hurt, even if its a clean hit, there would be a lot of suspensions in this league. And its just not fair." Torres teammates said they are using Torres absence as inspiration. "Its the playoffs you always find something to rally," forward Scott Gomez said. "Hes a great teammate and a great guy and we want him to play. Hes tremendous in the room with the young guys. Its our job to get it to the next round so he can play." ' ' '