Also to clarify the meanings behind some of the adjustments:
Raiders moved to LA after Chargers stayed in San Diego, but the chargers would soon move to Oklahoma and become the OKC Storm. After a while, a high demand for a second bay area team and a third SoCal team brought the Outlaws to Oakland and the Sharks to San Diego. The Storm would switch to NFCE to bring the area a rivalry with the Cowboys.
The uneven number of teams per division made it more necessary to realign and readjust the nfl. London was finally added and was geographically closest to AFCE and therefore joined them. Chicago, being Americas 3rd largest city and metro, gained a second team to join AFCN. In the AFCS, financial struggles with the Texans and Titans brought the Texans to highly-demaning San Antonio and the Titans back to Houston to become the Oilers. Not long after that were the new Titans brought back to Tennessee, playing in Memphis. The Jaguars moved to St Louis and became the Stallions. The Buccs moved to Orlando to be more geographically centered in northern Florida, but having only played 2 season as the Orlando Buccaneers, the Buccs moved back to Tampa. Buccs owner gave up partial ownership and became founder and part owner of the new Jacksonville Jaguars.
CFL had folded in Canada, and Toronto became a high demanding city for football. NFL added the Toronto Thunderbirds to play with the NFCN.
The Mexico City Diablos were added to the NFCW, but due to economic/political issues with the US, the Diablos were forced to be relocated to Las Vegas and were renamed the Devils.
I think that covers it all up, I didnt put much time into thinking of this because quite honestly I made it up as typed lol.