The Raiders broke another city's heart … and have nowhere to go

The Raiders did it again: They broke another city's heart.This is what they do. This is what they always do.Right now, it doesn’t look like the Raiders are going to be heading to Las Vegas.And Oakland doesn’t seem to want to pony up any money to keep them.And Los Angeles can’t take on another team.And San Diego? It can’t afford them.The Raiders are stuck in limbo, and it’s...
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Rams players aren't allowed to speak to owner Stan Kroenke?

The return of the Rams to Los Angeles was supposed to be a feel-good story for a franchise returning to the city it was born in. Instead, it has been an utter disaster. And apparently that disaster isn’t just limited to the play of the team on the field. According to Pro Football Talk, Rams players are not allowed to speak to the owner of the team — Stan Kroenke. That news...
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December 16, 2016  |  Discuss

St. Louis bar invites fans to take their shot at Rams owner, literally

Hotshots Sports Bar and Grill, the St. Louis bar that is offering $1 off domestic pitchers for every touchdown scored against the Los Angeles Rams this season, has come out with another attraction for furious fans of the St. Louis Rams. After throwing back a couple of beers, bar-goers can go to the bathroom and take aim at the man who moved the Rams to Southern California: Stan...
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September 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Rams now worth $2.9 billion after move to Los Angeles

The Rams’ move to Los Angeles was largely due to the fact that the organization should have never left the city. Owner Stan Kroenke’s yearning to earn more cash also played a role in the decision. According to Forbes, Kroenke has done just that. The Rams’ franchise is now worth nearly four times what it was when Kroenke bought a majority share back in 2010. Forbes says...
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September 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Chargers announce preference for downtown San Diego stadium

In a last-ditch effort to get a stadium in San Diego, the Chargers have started pursuing their options downtown, according to a statement released by the team today. They will pursue this through a citizens' initiative, with the hopes of possibly putting this to voters in November. In the statement, the team said: “The multi-use facility, when combined with Petco Park, the existing...
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February 23, 2016  |  Discuss

Potential issue with Rams-Chargers partnership in Los Angeles

The San Diego Chargers may still be joining the Los Angeles Rams in Inglewood in time for the 2019 season, but there has reportedly been a hiccup between the two teams in terms of finding common ground as potential co-tenants. According to XTRA Sports 1360 radio host Steve Hartman in San Diego, an official within the Rams organization told him that the two sides have come to an...
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January 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Rams fans suing team over move to Los Angeles

Good luck taking on the mighty National Football League and the now Los Angeles Rams in court. Understandably upset over the relocation of their hometown team from St. Louis to Southern California, four Rams fans are suing the organization. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, their lawyer is hopeful that this will turn into a class-action suit in the future. The premise...
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January 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Rams’ Inglewood site receives more votes than Carson

The St. Louis Rams’ plan for a stadium in Inglewood, Calif. reportedly received more votes than a joint-Chargers and Raiders venture in Carson at the NFL owners meetings in Houston on Tuesday. Both Los Angeles Times reporter Sam Farmer and Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole shared the news: First round of votes completed. Rams/TBD in Inglewood gets more votes than Raiders/Chargers...
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January 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Bribery allegations surface in bid to build new St. Louis Rams football stadium

St. Louis built the Edward Jones Dome in hopes of luring an NFL team back to the city during the 1990’s. Now it is in a fight with the very city it stole the franchise from, Los Angeles, for the future of the same franchise. At the head of the fight is the aging and inadequate Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. There is an effort underway in the city to find a new home for the team...
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December 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Eric Dickerson wants Rams back in LA

By Vincent Frank Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson played four-plus seasons with the Los Angeles Rams back in the 1980s. During that time, he led the NFL in rushing three times and broke the single-season league rushing mark with 2,105 yards in 1984. To many fans, Dickerson is the first player you think about when looking at the Rams' history in Southern California. Go to...
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July 25, 2015  |  Discuss

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