The San Francisco 49ers…of Arizona?
It could happen.
Last month, governor Gavin Newsom announced that there would not be any large gatherings until a vaccine for COVID-19 was discovered.
Which leaves the Niners, along with the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers without a home stadium for the upcoming 2020 season.
And according to the Las Vegas Review Journal and ProFootball Focus, the 49ers could share State Farm Stadium, the current home of the Arizona Cardinals, if the mass gathering banned hasn’t been lifted.
Upon further review, neither the San Francisco nor the Cardinals would face any conflicts during a possible shared tenure.
However, the Niners are supposed to open up Week 1 hosting the Cardinals at home, which would make the Cardinals be the visitor in their own stadium.
In addition, that former team from Oakland who just moved Las Vegas could become joint tenants with the Rams and Chargers of that fancy, new stadium in Las Vegas.