WASHINGTON -- Charlotte, N.C., which was awarded one of two National Football League expansion teams Tuesday night, was the only city in the running for a franchise that plans to use private financing to build a stadium for its team.

The four other cities still vying for a second league expansion slot plan to use municipal bonds to build new stadiums or expand existing facilities. They will have to wait at least another month to see which is selected because the 28 current NFL team owners were unable to agree on the second city during their meeting in Chicago.

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