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The Cruddy Show, a St. Louis sports talk show and podcast was back on the air Friday night to discuss various St. Louis sports topics. Among the most heated and boisterous discussions centered around the current negotiations between the St. Louis Rams and the city of St. Louis.
As the two sides continue to work with an arbitrator to find a common ground on how to upgrade the Edward Jones Dome to a top tier NFL facility, many are already hoping for an end result that does not involve the Dome at all.
Host Corey Rudd (@CoreyRudd), along with co-hosts Anthony Wiber (@AWibes) and Brad Bumpus (@BBump18) all agreed that the best situation for the Rams, the city, and the fans would be a new stadium located downtown.
To hear the discussion, along with plenty of other conversations regarding the St. Louis Cardinals, Blues, and Missouri Tigers basketball, check out the entire episode in the player just below.
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St. Louis Rams center Scott Wells had arthroscopic knee surgery earlier this month to repair torn cartilage, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Wells was injured in practice in November after he returned from foot surgery. He made it through the final six games of the regular season. It is the same knee Wells had surgery on last spring. It is not clear how long Wells will...
St. Louis Rams center Scott Wells underwent another knee
surgery earlier this month, according to Jim Thomas of The St. Louis
Post-Dispatch. Wells’ recent arthroscopic procedure was to repair torn
cartilage in his knee.
Wells suffered the injury that prompted the surgery in his
first practice back with the Rams after returning from foot surgery in
November. The center managed...
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Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post Dispatch reports that Rams C Scott Wells underwent another surgery on his knee earlier this month.
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