There were four California cities that were home to NFL teams last year, that number could soon be down to two.

FOX's Chris Hoenig reports:

Despite warning:

(Goodell) "We want to keep our teams where they are."

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters that last-ditch efforts to keep the Raiders and Chargers in place just aren't cutting it:

(Goodell) "There is not a stadium proposal on the table that we think addresses the long term issues of the clubs and the communities."

The Chargers have until January 15 to exercise an option to join the Rams in Los Angeles, while Raiders owner Mark Davis is expected to apply for relocation to Las Vegas, a city Goodell says is growing on owners, like Jim Irsay of the Indianapolis Colts:

(Irsay) "There's a real want and there's a real enthusiasm from the powers that be, you know, to have an NFL team there and that goes a long way."

A vote on that is expected after the season ends.

Chris Hoenig, FOX News.

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