Missouri Supreme Court rules Rams owe taxes on ticket sales from 2007-13

The Los Angeles Rams didn’t leave the state of Missouri on good terms last winter. Loyal fans felt betrayed, and so did the city of St. Louis, which sued the Rams this year.Now the Supreme Court of Missouri has ruled that the Rams owe state sales taxes stemming from ticket sales from 2007-13.This news was highlighted by Tony Messenger of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Tuesday. In...
Via Sportsnaut
August 01, 2017  |  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...
Via The Sports Daily
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 Stan Kroenke...
Via Sportsnaut
September 14, 2016  |  Discuss

NFL owners reportedly concerned with Raiders-gang connections in LA

The Oakland Raiders are the odd team out for now in the race to move to Los Angeles, and it sounds like that is something pleasing to the NFL owners. Seth Wickersham and Don Van Natta Jr. have a feature in ESPN the Magazine that takes an in-depth look at the process that led to the Rams being approved by the league to move back to LA. The piece goes into detail discussing the struggle...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 11, 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...
Via Sportsnaut
January 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Three MLB teams that should consider relocation

Even in the heart of the NFL’s playoff season, the buzzword around the nation’s biggest sports entity has been “relocation.” With the Rams leaving St. Louis for Los Angeles (and the Chargers potentially being not too far behind), the second biggest market in the U.S. will once again have at least one team in town for the first time in more than two decades. The chances of the same...
Via The Sports Daily
January 15, 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...
Via Sportsnaut
January 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Stadium deal between Rams, Chargers already close to completion

The San Diego Chargers appear to be heading to Los Angeles as well, as they have reportedly already worked out the framework of a deal with the Rams. As per Tuesday night’s agreed deal, the Rams are headed to Los Angeles, and the Chargers were given the option to join them if they could negotiate a deal with the Rams over stadium usage. This, apparently, is already very far along...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 13, 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...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Prospective St. Louis NFL stadium gets $158 million naming rights deal

St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke may be trying to move his team to Los Angeles, but the team's current home is not going down without a fight. Sports Business Journal's Daniel Kaplan reports that a prospective NFL stadium in St. Louis agreed to a 20-year, $158 million naming rights deal with National Car Rental. The stadium would be called National Car Rental Field. The deal with...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 07, 2015  |  Discuss

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