Which at least in the short term, would require a team to make their financial state public. Doing this during labor issues would be suicide for the owner's arguing position.
I'm not sure it would. The theory being that if they can't prove it they wont bother showing. So all they would be showing is that as a franchise they are not making money, which strengthens the arguement of the owners that they are paying the players too much and it is hurting profits. Just my take though, basically if there are teams making a loss, it really strengthens the owners cases as sustained losses means teams folding, which means less roster spots and money for players.
All that said, at this time, divisions aside, the Jags by far make the most sense to relocate to LA. I feel like the Vikes will certainly feign interest as a negotiation team, you have to hope they don't end up falling into a move because they cant get a deal done.
Would be interesting from a division point of view with the Jags though. I know little of the AFC West rivalry wise, but geographically it would make sense to boot the Chiefs, probably straight to the South given that they are not far from any of the existing teams. Ignoring rivalries that certainly seems to make the most sense to me and I don't know of any true rivalries to consider in either division.
Raiders also make sense, even division wise but they have Al Davis as owner so any form of rational thought must be discounted and thus the likelihood of moving is hovering around zero.