Billboards Ripping NFL over Relocated Franchises to Go Up Near Chargers' Stadium

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Macrae told FOX 5 he, who said he has "no beef with" LA Charger fans, wants his billboards to get national attention so the NFL realizes that Los Angeles Chargers team owner Dean Spanos is a bad owner.

The man who came up with the billboard idea, Joseph MacRae, spent the past four months raising more than $10,000 through a GoFundMe page so that he'd have enough to pay for the billboards. This is one of five images that will be up for three weeks on the digital billboard.

The billboard will be seen on the corner of Main Street and southbound Interstate 405, near the StubHub Center.

MacRae's messages will run for three weeks as the Chargers are home for three straight weeks.

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After the Los Angeles Chargers moved from San Diego to Los Angeles before the start of this season, one San Diego Mexican restaurant owner s offering customers a free taco the day after any Los Angeles Chargers loss. He said the fundraiser wasn't just for Chargers fans, but it was also for Raiders and Rams fans as well, since their teams have moved or are in the process of leaving. "This is your chance", MacRae wrote on the GoFundMe page. "I definitely plan on putting '#Oakland and #STL' on the anti-NFL billboard for the fans in Oakland and St. Louis".

Macrae specifically took aim at Chargers owner Dean Spanos, who's been criticized heavily since moving the franchise to Los Angeles after a 2016 bond measure failed to deliver funding for a new stadium in San Diego. "There is no reason for there to be any animosity between us".

"He added: "[NFL Commissioner] Roger Goodell keeps talking about how "painful" relocation is for the NFL. "It's time for us to stick it to the National Football League by having these billboards in LA call them out on their bulls-t".

"I can't get into too much detail about where and what the billboards will say, ' Macrae wrote".