Found August 13, 2013 on Fox Sports Midwest:
ST. LOUIS -- St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke made a surprise visit to training camp Tuesday night. Kroenke walked onto the sidelines in the final 30 minutes of the 1 hour, 45 minute workout. He spoke with several players afterward, including quarterback Sam Bradford and first-round draft choice Tavon Austin. Kroenke also owns the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche, and is the largest shareholder of English Premier League club Arsenal. "We don't get an opportunity to see him a lot, so when he's around it means a lot to us," Bradford said. "Getting to say a few words, it's always great." Bradford joked that the team picked up its pace after seeing Kroenke on the sidelines. "When the owner is around, obviously you want to show your best and put your best foot forward," Bradford said. Kroenke met with coach Jeff Fisher, general manager Les Snead and chief operating officer Kevin Demoff after practice for about 20 minutes. Several play...
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