St. Louis no longer has an NFL franchise now that the Rams have left for Los Angeles. The Kansas City Chiefs are hoping to fill the void left behind. Per the Kansas City Star, Chiefs president Mark Donovan told fans last Friday thatShow More Summary
The Rams are in Los Angeles, which means that St. Louis is once again without an NFL team to call their own. There is another team in the state of Missouri, however, and the Chiefs would like to see their brand carry all the way to the Gateway Arch in 2016 and beyond. Chiefs president…
The Rams tweaked their logo when they got the green light to move back to Los Angeles in time for the 2016 season, but they’ll be wearing the same blue, gold and white uniforms they wore as the St. Louis Rams. At an event at the Los Angeles Coliseum Thursday, several retired players who played…
Bryan Robinson, who played 14 seasons as a defensive lineman for the St. Louis Rams, Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins, Cincinnati Bengals and Arizona Cardinals before retiring after the 2010 season, died late Saturday after he was found unresponsive in a Milwaukee hotel room. He was 41. Milwaukee police told the Chicago Tribune’s Brad Biggs that […]
Autumn of the St. Louis Rams Cheerleaders…I wonder if she has a sister named “Summer”. Okay, enough of the bad puns…slow day.
Defensive end Robert Quinn had 40 sacks from 2012 to 2014, vaulting him up the list of the best pass rushers in the league heading into the Rams’ final season in St. Louis. Quinn wasn’t able to make it through the entire year, however. He dealt with knee and hip injuries before ultimately seeing his…
James Laurinaitis has quickly realized the New Orleans Saints' culture is different than what he was used to. The new Saints linebacker, who spent the first seven years of his career in St. Louis with the Rams, came to New Orleans to win more than seven games in a season. That's something he never did in St. Show More Summary
On Audre Lorde and writing oneself into existence By Lavelle Porter Dear Audre, Two years, ago your name came up in one of the most improbable places. A few weeks before the St. Louis Rams drafted Michael Sam, making him the first openly...Show More Summary
Earlier this year, the St. Louis Rams were returned to their rightful home in Los Angeles and fans were ecstatic. These L.A Rams fans want the team to change the name to something that actually describes the city, The L.A. Jams. Los Angeles is known for some of the worst traffic in America, so why […]
When making a claim of residence in Wyoming, as the owner of the Rams recently did in court, it's best if you're not registered to vote in Missouri and don't have a Missouri drivers license.
St. Louis area fans watching Wednesday night’s game between the Cardinals and the Los Angeles Angels got a rather unpleasant reminder of the NFL team that recently jilted their city for Southern California. See if you can spot it. Cruel...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Angels took their trolling to a whole new level on Wednesday night when they stuck a ‘Rams Fan Shop’ advertisement behind home plate for their home game against the Cardinals—providing viewers in St. Louis with a constant reminder of the NFL franchise that abandoned them for LA. Here’s the sight that St. Louis fans were […]
The Los Angeles Rams are already earning goodwill in their new city. The Rams aren't new to Los Angeles, but they're back after leaving for St. Louis in 1995. And when a Los Angeles high school football team needed help after the money it raised for new gear was stolen, the Rams came to the rescue. [Yahoo Fantasy Football is open for the 2016 season. Show More Summary
The Rams want the U.S. District Court in St. Louis to dismiss a lawsuit filed by four fans who accuse owner Stan Kroenke and others of making misleading statements about their desire for the franchise to remain in Missouri. “None of the statements committed the Rams to stay in St. Louis,” the six-page...
In January, 32 NFL franchise owners met in Houston to decide which of three teams would be moving to Los Angeles—a decision with the potential to massively change two of four metropolitan economies (the Rams won, St. Louis lost). During...Show More Summary
In 2016, Jared Goff knows how to use Twitter. The No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft has leveraged the hype surrounding his selection by the Los Angeles Rams, nèe St. Louis, by plunking a brand name in every tweet. There’s Tide, Gillette, Microsoft and Pantene. Surely his social media motivations are financially related. […]
The Rams have migrated back to Los Angeles after two long decades mired in St. Louis, and they wanted to make a splash in their comeback season in a sports-crowded market. So they traded up for the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft, looking to snag a franchise quarterback to be the future Face of Pro Football in L.A. Show More Summary
The selection of the quarterback from California is the latest move by a team trying to re-establish itself in Southern California after two decades in St. Louis.
The Oakland Raiders were the odd team out in the NFL’s Los Angeles vote early this year, with the St. Louis Rams getting the go-ahead to move to Southern California and the San Diego Chargers getting first dibs on joining them should their one-year attempt at a new stadium fall flat. At the time, the […]