On Friday we learned about the legal team coming to St. Louis to defend the NFL & Rams against the lawsuit filed by St. Louis: To no one’s surprise, the NFL is sending in its “A-team” in the St. Louis breach of contract lawsuit over the relocation of the Rams...
It has been over a year since the Rams returned to Los Angeles after a costly failed attempt to keep them in St. Louis.Last month a lawsuit was filed relating to the effort to keep the NFL team here: The relocation of the Rams from St. Louis to Los Angeles...
Former Titans coach recently moved from St. Louis to L.A. before being fired by the Rams.
We asked St. Louis Rams fans and, surprise, Sundays weren’t ruined. Football is about rhythms. The snap, the catch, the throw. The hit, the crunch, the thud. The drums of the high school marching band beating steady, the speakers of NFL stadiums pumping out top-40 hits. Show More Summary
The Browns don’t lead the way, believe it or not, but Cleveland’s still part of this. Let me explain. The Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts and St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams have each picked No. 1 in the NFL draft seven times, stunning everyone who Googled this while expecting to learn the Cleveland Browns actually ranked first all-time in something. Show More Summary
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The Rams are in the process of settling in to their new Los Angeles digs but they're still going to be spending some time in St. Louis. In a lawsuit filed on Wednesday by the city and county of St. Louis, plus the St. Louis RegionalShow More Summary
They say that the Rams' move to Los Angeles violated league relocation guidelines. [ more › ]
St. Louis and groups in the city say the league violated its own relocation policy when N.F.L. owners voted to let the team leave for Los Angeles.
The city of St. Louis and other regional entities filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the NFL and all 32 of its teams and owners. The plaintiffs are seeking over $1 billion in damages, claiming that the league violated its own relocation policies in approving the Rams’ move to Los Angeles, a decision that inflicted great […]
The Rams are preparing for their second season in Los Angeles, but the aftermath of their exit from St. Louis continues to be marked by bitterness. On Wednesday, the city of St. Louis sued the NFL and all of its teams and owners, alleging the league violated its relocation guidelines. The city,...
The National Football League says there is "no legitimate basis" for a lawsuit filed over the Rams' 2016 relocation from St. Louis to Los Angeles
The Rams and the NFL have left St. Louis, but their business there is far from over. The City of St. Louis, the County of St. Louis and the St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority have sued the NFL and all of its teams (with many owners individually named as defendants) for damages arising…
Things between the Rams and St. Louis could get ugly
Lawsuit alleges that the Rams' decision to move to L.A. cost the city millions via breach of contract.
It’s been more than a year since the National Football League approved the Rams’ relocation from St. Louis to Los Angeles. And now St. Louis wants payback. The city and county of St. Louis and the Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority (RSA) filed a 52-page lawsuit Wednesday against the NFL and its 32 teams […]
The city of St. Louis and that region's sports authority are suing the National Football League over the Rams' relocation to Los Angeles
The NFL appears to have one major lawsuit on its docket, and two more could soon follow in its wake. The City of St. Louis and the County of St. Louis have filed a lawsuit against the NFL and each of its 32 franchise claiming that they illegally approved the relocation of the Rams from St. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Rams had two top-13 picks in the 2014 draft, back when they were the St. Louis Rams. The second of those two picks, defensive tackle Aaron Donald, turned out to be one of the NFL’s best players. The first of those picks, No. Show More Summary
A year after the NFL's Rams abandoned St. Louis for Los Angeles, the city has a chance to again become a three-sport town if voters agree to help pay for … Click to Continue »