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Council approves LA-area stadium backed by Rams' Kroenke

INGLEWOOD, Calif. -- The Inglewood City Council late Tuesday night approved plans to build a football stadium that includes St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke as a partner, clearing a path for a return to the Los Angeles area of the NFL for the first time in two decades. The council approved the $2 billion plan with a 5-0 vote after a meeting with several hours of public comment and...
Via AP on Fox
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Are the Rams quietly plotting a move to Los Angeles?

Amid the backdrop of St. Louis Rams’ owner Stan Kroenke planning to build a brand-new football stadium in Southern California, comes this stunning report from SB Nation that might shed more light on what is happening behind the scenes in St. Louis. According to SB Nation’s Ryan Van Bibber, the Rams have told staffers that the team will not be holding its annual fan fest in...
Via Sportsnaut
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Stan Kroenke Could Sell The Rams & Buy The Raiders?

Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch suggests an interesting scenario in which Rams owner Stan Kroenke could sell the team to someone that would keep them in St. Louis, and then purchase controlling interest in the Raiders. From there, Kroenke could move the Raiders to Los Angeles after he acquired a 47 percent share of the team from current owner Mark Davis and...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: NFL May be Closer Than Ever to Returning to Los Angeles

We already know that St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke seems to be willing to do anything to move his team back to Southern California. And while there are still a ton of hurdles left in the way of a possible relocation to Los Angeles, there are some around the National Football League who are quietly applauding Kroenke’s efforts. These efforts include a plan to build a state of...
Via Sportsnaut
January 26, 2015  |  Discuss

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...
Via Sportsnaut
January 18, 2015  |  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
January 13, 2015  |  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...
Via Sportsnaut
January 12, 2015  |  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
January 05, 2015  |  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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