Found January 21, 2013 on STLSportsMinute:
St. Louis Rams wide receiver Steve Smith did not have a very good season in 2012. The wideout caught just 14 passes for 131 yards and failed to find the end zone. While Smith did not perform very well in 2012 for the Rams, that did not stop him from being very frank about where he hopes the Rams play in future years. Smith was caught on camera at a recent event explaining that he hopes that the Rams move to Los Angeles in the near future. Smith also said that he and his teammates agree that it would be better to play in L.A. and that they often talked about it on the practice field. Smith's comments come at an interesting time as the team and the city of St. Louis have recently begun arbitration regarding improvements needed at the team's playing facility, the Edward Jones Dome. Many believe, including Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, that the negotiations will eventually lead to talks of a new, open-air stadium located just north of the Dome in downtown ...
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