As he’s done almost every year around Super Bowl time, former St. Louis Rams running back Marshall Faulk can’t help but to bring up spygate and how the Patriots cheated his team out of a Super Bowl 36 win. This is what he said a few days ago: Marshall Faulk called Patriots filming Rams practices […]
Kurt Warner, a quarterback who led the St. Louis Rams to a Super Bowl title and won two NFL most-valuable-player awards, and LaDainian Tomlinson, a record-setting running back for the San Diego Chargers who won an NFL MVP award, were voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. Warner...
Marshall Faulk is right at home in this new era of alternative facts. In a Super Bowl tradition unlike any other, the former St. Louis Rams running back stood by his belief that the New England Patriots videotaped the Rams’ walk-through practice on the Friday before Super Bowl XXXVI in February 2002. Show More Summary
Former St. Louis Rams running back Marshall Faulk still can’t get over the fact of his team losing Super Bowl 36 to the New England Patriots, because he is absolutely convinced the team taped their practice and cheated their way into a victory. Faulk literally brings this up every single year around the same time, because […]
On Thursday, former St. Louis(Los Angeles) Rams offensive lineman Kyle Turley was a guest on ESPN’s Outside The Lines and he guaranteed himself to never be on there again after he went on a bizarre anti-Trump rant claiming the President has early onset Alzheimer’s disease while discussing Trump’s recent comments about NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. […]
For the second time in two years, the Rams are in the midst of major transition. In 2016, the franchise moved from St. Louis to Los Angeles. The Rams drew more than 90,000 to the Coliseum for an exhibition against the Dallas Cowboys, but fan interest waned by the end of a 4-12 season that included...
The Los Angeles Rams moved back to Los Angeles in 2016 and played their first season there since 1994. Previously, they we’re the St. Louis Rams. As of recently, the San Diego Chargers are no more, relocating their franchise to Los Angeles beginning this 2017 NFL season. Show More Summary
You got your football, Los Angeles, a double dose of it. Now, which team will start winning the soonest? The San Diego Chargers are moving to Los Angeles, where they’ll join the former St. Louis Rams. Between them, they’ll bring the power of 20 combined wins in the last two seasons to their new shared home. You’re getting the NFL back, Hollywood. Show More Summary
It took over twenty years for the Los Angeles area to get a football team back when the Rams left St. Louis and returned to LA. In just a few months, the LA area will have two teams as the San Diego Chargers plan on moving there before next season, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. […]
The return of the Rams to Southern California, after a 21-season hiatus in St. Louis, has been a disaster. Veteran coach Jeff Fisher presided over an offense that was as...
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Even after St. Louis taxpayers were stuck with the bill in 2015 when the NFL’s Rams left for Los Angeles, city officials are now looking to finance a new $200 million stadium in the effort to attract a Major League Soccer team. St.Show More Summary
After being fired as head coach of the Los Angeles Rams on Monday, all Jeff Fisher wants to do now is... beat the Los Angeles Rams. The NFL veteran who led the team's transition from St. Louis, Missouri, back to L.A. earlier this year sat down with Fox for an interview that will air Sunday morning. Show More Summary
As part of a new documentary, former St. Louis Rams coachDick Vermeil reflected on his time with Lawrence Phillips — the troubled ex-Rams running back who committed suicide in prison this January.
NFL owners will meet Wednesday in the same luxury hotel where they staged their annual meetings a year ago to discuss the same problem. In which cities can the league be most profitable? Even after the Rams relocated from St. Louis to Los Angeles in January, the situation in the nation’s second-largest...
Many fans in St. Louis (and elsewhere) took delight in the Rams' firing of head coach Jeff Fisher on Monday. And so too did a local St. Louis TV station.
News of Jeff Fisher’s firing appeared to have been generally met with approval by football fans nationwide, but the reaction in St. Louis was a bit more gleeful. Fans who rooted for the Rams there feel that the former head coach and other team officials deceived them while laying the groundwork for the offseason move to Los […]
In case you hadn’t heard, the Los Angeles Rams fired head coach Jeff Fisher on Monday, a day after a dreadful 42-14 home loss to the Atlanta Falcons. And in case you also hadn’t heard, the good people of St. Louis were rightfully upset...Show More Summary