The Angels apparently have decided to stick with their current stadium situation in Anaheim.
The Los Angeles Times reported Saturday that team owner Arte Moreno said the Angels now plan on playing in aging Angel Stadium through 2028. According to the Times, that’s when the team’s lease at the 51-year-old stadium runs out, although Moreno has until October 2018 to exercise an escape clause that would terminate the lease after the 2019 season.
Moore was slated to be Tony Romo’s backup last year but instead spent the season on injured reserve due to a broken leg suffered during the first week of training camp in August, ultimately opening the door for Prescott to take over under center and become a rookie sensation. Moore had previously played three games in 2015 after Romo was injured, completing 61 of 104 passes for 779 yards, four touchdowns and six interceptions.
Poised to be Dallas’ No. 3 signal caller this season, Moore could end up competing for the No. 2 spot at camp this summer if the team eventually decides to release Romo.
Moore, 27, went undrafted in the 2012 but was later picked up by the Lions. He spent his first three seasons playing under Cowboys coordinator Scott Linehan in Detroit before signing with Dallas in September 2015.