The Rams’ move from St. Louis to Los Angeles this year brought the NFL back to LA after 21 seasons without a team. And while players might find Southern California more glamorous than the banks of the Mississippi River, they’ll pay for it in cost of living. The Seattle Seahawks kick [...]
While many NFL athletes have joined in the protest around the league with either kneeling, sitting, or fists in the air, not since the Rams were back in St. Louis has an NFL player did what this Jaguars receiver did on Sunday. After scoring a touchdown with two minutes left in the first half, Jacksonville […]
A look at the Supreme Court's IP docket for next Term. [The Fashion Law] The Los Angeles Rams just lost a lawsuit to its personal seat license holders back in St. Louis. [Deadspin] Judges in North Carolina can still refuse to perform same-sex weddings. Show More Summary
Approximately 46,000 fans had seat licenses at the time of the switch, and multiple license-related lawsuits were filed after the Rams announced their move. [ more › ]
The Los Angeles Rams will have to offer some former St. Louis personal seat license holders the opportunity to buy season tickets in their new L.A. stadium, as well as refund the deposit for other former personal seat license holders, a federal judge ruled yesterday. Read more...
The Los Angeles Rams are still feeling the effects of their move based on a federal judge's ruling involving about 46,000 personal seat licenses. According to Nathan Fenno of the Los Angeles Times, United States District Judge Stephen N. Show More Summary
A federal judge has ruled that the NFL's Rams must grant season tickets to some people who bought personal seat licenses while the team was still in St. Louis, even … Click to Continue »
A federal judge in St. Louis ruled Wednesday that the Rams must refund deposits to some fans who purchased personal seat licenses during the franchise’s two decades in the city and offer others the opportunity to buy season tickets to games in Los Angeles. U.S. District Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh...
St. Louis is understandably bitter about the way the Rams franchise left for Los Angeles. Los Angeles, meanwhile, is full of Los Angeles sports fans. When the Rams played their first game since returning to the once-again home of L.A., both fanbases did what you’d expect them to do. Show More Summary
Trains started filling up three hours before kickoff More than 91,000 fans turned out to see the Rams play their first home game in Los Angeles since the team left for St. Louis after the 1994 season. That turned out to be about as many...Show More Summary
It was supposed to be a festive moment, considering that the football team was back in Los Angeles for the first time since it departed for St. Louis in 1994. The Rams were facing the Seattle Seahawks, and it didn’t take long for Seahawks and Rams fans to resort to fisticuffs. The video below includes […]
Los Angeles waited patiently for more than 20 years for the Rams to return. The stakes were too high for another uninspiring loss this week. LOS ANGELES -– Know where you belong. Yes, St. Louis may have been an ample Rams home for the last 22 years. Show More Summary
Todd Gurley promised Rams fans a win, and the team delivered. Todd Gurley promised Rams fans a win this week after the team got shut out in Week 1 against the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football, and Los Angeles delivered. It...Show More Summary
These were the St. Louis Rams’ uniforms. They’re fine. Nothing really against them. But in celebration of its first game back (...)
The Los Angeles Rams have returned to Southern California after 21 seasons in St. Louis, but their offense failed to make the trip in a dreadful season opener they hope to put behind them in Week 2 against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
Well, who saw that coming? OK, probably a lot of fans in St. Louis. A week after the Rams' 28-0 season-opening loss to the San Francisco 49ers, they will play the Seattle Seahawks in the first Rams' home game at the Coliseum since 1979. Now, on to your questions. Keep them coming at @latimesklein...
Did Los Angeles Rams fans not expect much out of their team in the season opener? Or are there Los Angeles Rams fans to begin with? The Rams’ much-ballyhooed prime-time debut in their return to L.A. wasn’t much of a local story, apparently. Show More Summary
This Sunday, professional football will return to Los Angeles for the first time in 21 years. Well, technically 36 years; the Rams played their final 14 California seasons in Orange County before jumping ship to St. Louis. Most indications are the Rams are going to be terrible this season. Not...
Not long after the Rams were pasted by the 49ers on Monday night, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that the team had signed defensive tackle Michael Brockers to a contract extension. Whether because there were still final details to sort out or because the team felt it was a bad look to…
Just because the Rams aren’t in St. Louis anymore doesn’t mean the franchise has turned itself around. It’s the same old terrible franchise that hasn’t had a record above.500 since 2003 and hasn’t been to the playoffs since 2004. Veteran coach Jeff Fisher has been with the team for 4+ seasons and 3 of those […]