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Steelers Owner Warns of Legal War to Block Rams Move to Los Angeles

St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke has made it known that he’s willing to move his team back to Los Angeles even without the necessary votes from 24 owners to acquire league approval. That coupled with plans to build a state-of-the-art stadium complex in Southern California has people on edge regarding a potential move. It now appears that one of the most influential owners, Art...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams’ possible relocation to Los Angeles has a similar feel

In the middle of a chilly night in 1983, a handful of Mayflower moving trucks made their way to Indianapolis with the hopes and dreams of a city and its passionate football-loving fans. It would be 1996 before that city and its fans got a new team to call its own. There’s a chilling parallel here for those who are willing to uncover their eyes and look. There’s the erratic owner...
Via The Sports Daily
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Chargers could sue to keep Rams out of LA

By now it’s pretty evident that San Diego Chargers owner Dean Spanos is looking to do everything possible to keep either the St. Louis Rams or Oakland Raiders from moving back to Los Angeles. On the heels of strong suggestions that Rams owner Stan Kroenke is prepared to uproot his team from the midwest, it appears that Spanos and the Chargers may be willing to take the franchise...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

St. Louis Unveils Plans For New Football Stadium On Riverfront

ST. LOUIS — St. Louis upped its bid Friday to either keep the Rams or lure a new NFL team, unveiling plans for a new open-air football stadium on the banks of the Mississippi River, not far from the Gateway Arch. The 64,000-seat stadium would cost $860 million to $985 million, with construction beginning in 2016 and ending by 2020. The proposal was announced by attorney Robert...
15 days ago  |  Discuss

The Real Issue: Whether Kroenke Follows The Rules Or Not

At 12 p.m. Friday, the two-man task force of David Peacock and Bill Blitz presented their plans for keeping the St. Louis Rams and being a city worthy of housing an NFL team. The stadium looks pretty good. It is open-air, which is a big step-up for fans who have had to sit inside the above-ground tomb known as the Edward Jones Dome. But all the positive changes and new designs mean...
Via Pro Football Spot
16 days ago  |  Discuss

The Rams appear headed to Los Angeles soon

The St. Louis Rams might be a thing of the past in short order. St. Louis, which has enjoyed having an NFL franchise since 1995 when the Rams came to town, will potentially be without one after next season. According to Arash Markazi of ESPN, Rams owner Stan Kroenke is planning to build a stadium in Los Angeles after purchasing 60 acres of land in Inglewood, Calif. last year. Kroenke...
Via This Given Sunday
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Rams owner Stan Kroenke to build NFL stadium in Los Angeles

It seems evident that an NFL team will be moving to Los Angeles in the near future, and the St. Louis Rams have emerged as the most likely franchise to relocate. The Los Angeles Times reports that Rams owner Stan Kroenke is teaming up with Stockbridge Capital Group and planning to build an 80,000-seat NFL...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
20 days ago  |  Discuss

REPORT: Stan Kroenke plans to build stadium in Inglewood, Calif.

According to the LA Times, Rams owner Stan Kroenke plans to build an NFL stadium in Inglewood, California. As you’ll recall, Kroenke purchased 60 acres of prime real estate in Inglewood a little more than a year ago. Apparently, according to the Times, Kroenke is joining forces with Stockbridge Capital Group, which owns a 238-acre Hollywood Park site near Kroenke’s 60 acres....
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams owner reveals plans to build stadium in Los Angeles

The artists formerly known as the Los Angeles Rams might be on the verge of heading back to Los Angeles.   St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke is planning to build a new football stadium in Inglewood, according to The Los Angeles Times. According to the Times, Kroenke bought 60 acres of land a year ago and the plans reportedly include an 80,000-seat NFL stadium in addition to...
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Which NFL team moves to Los Angeles?

The National Football League has been around since 1920. When it first began, the franchises were all over the Eastern and Midwestern parts of America before many teams folded and moved. Ultimately, up until the mid-1940’s, the NFL had teams only as far West as Green Bay, Detroit and Chicago. In 1946, the Cleveland Rams bucked that trend and decided to move to California, changing...
Via This Given Sunday
December 10, 2014  |  Discuss

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