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Football: Son of Rams general manager enrolls at Loyola

The move of the Rams from St. Louis to Los Angeles could help some high school football teams locally. Logan Snead, a freshman football player and the son of Los Angeles Rams General Manager Les Snead, has enrolled at Loyola. Snead has played some quarterback and was at Clayton High in St. Louis....

Readers: Super Bowl Interest Unchanged Because Of Rams Departure

In the non-scientific Sunday Poll nearly two-thirds indicated the Rams departure didn’t change their interest in the Super Bowl Q: Now that St. Louis doesn’t have an NFL team, your interest in the Super Bowl is… Increased 0 [0%] Unchanged 30 [63.83%] Decreased 17 [36.17%] However, without a home team, over...

Kain Colter to Rams: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The St. Louis Rams signed former Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter on Tuesday, according to Pro Football Talk. Colter is most famous for leading the unionization efforts by Northwestern's football players in 2014. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

St. Louis Rams Return To Los Angeles

It's 4th and long for St. Louis as Los Angeles wins the Rams. After many years of hopes and unconfirmed rumors, Angelinos score a NFL team. Inclusive is economic gain, newly created jobs, and another reason to make Los Angeles an exciting destination. Show More Summary

St. Louis Lawyer Bashes Rams Owner Stan Kroenke In Local Super Bowl Commercial (Video)

Rams owner Stan Kroenke didn’t just pull his football team out of St. Louis. The dude set fire to the bridge on his way out of town, bashing the city and its fans in his official application for relocation so as to make Los Angeles seem like his only option. Not surprisingly, the people of […]

The Big Problem With LA's New Football Stadium

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Who cares who won the Super Bowl yesterday—Los Angeles is getting a football team (again)! But luring the St. Louis Rams to Los Angeles was perhaps the easy part of a much bigger challenge when it comes to the urban planning issues around the stadium itself. Read more...

Captains Meghan and Michelle combined 14 years of St Louis Rams Cheerleaders experience

Meghan’s line during the last St Louis Rams home game Michelle’s line performs during the quarter break On the last day of the NFL season, here is a final shout-out to the St Louis Rams Cheerleaders from their final home game at the Edward Jones Dome. Here our photos of the lines of [...]

Rams RB Gurley Wins Top Offensive Rookie Award

St. Louis Rams running back Todd Gurley, who came off knee surgery in college to rush for 1,106 yards, has won The Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year award.

St. Louis Fan Makes Super Bowl Ad to Rip Rams Owner Stan Kroenke for Moving Team

Using the NFL's biggest stage as a chance to send a message to Rams owner Stan Kroenke, St. Louis fan and lawyer Terry Crouppen has created a commercial that will run locally during Super Bowl 50. Kroenke, of course, angered many people in the St. Show More Summary

Stan Kroenke, Fresh Off Leaving St. Louis In The Lurch, Asks St. Louis For Tax Dollars

6 days agoSports : Deadspin

Stan Kroenke, a businessman who quite possibly wears the skinned pelt of a wombat atop his head on purpose, isn’t a popular man in St. Louis. He recently moved the Rams off to Los Angeles, drawing the ire of pretty much everyone there. So how should Stan go about mending his reputation there, seeing as how he has many business holdings in town? Read more...

A 21-Year History of the Battle to Bring the NFL Back to LA Angeles

1995 was the year that Los Angeles lost two football teams. The Rams fled to St. Louis, and the Raiders made for Oakland. Since they left, there's been a heck of a lot of energy expended to bring the...

St. Louis Doesn’t Have an NFL Team Anymore, but It Still Has to Pay for One

Now that the Rams are moving to Los Angeles, the city of St. Louis no longer has a (generally mediocre) NFL franchise to call its own. It is, however, still stuck paying off the bonds used to finance the team's old home, the Edward Jones Dome. Show More Summary

St. Louis is stuck with $144 million in debt after Rams leave for Los Angeles

The NFL is moving the St. Louis Rams to Los Angeles and the tax payers of St. Louis are being stuck with $144 million in debt and maintenance cost for the Edward Jones Dome. Some of that money will be paid as the stadium is used for concerts, tractor pulls, and other events that move […] The post St. Show More Summary

With NFL Rams Gone, St. Louis Still Stuck With Stadium Debt

The National Football League’s Rams left behind more than bitterness when the team ditched St. Louis for Los Angeles last month - it left a stadium saddled with about $144 million in debt and maintenance costs.

Faulk “sad” for St. Louis, still thinks Patriots cheated to win Super Bowl

Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk stopped by PFT Live Tuesday on Radio Row in San Francisco and talked about the Rams moving from St. Louis — where Faulk was part of a Super Bowl winner in 1999 — to Los Angeles. “My immediate reaction is that I’m sad for St. Louis, sad for the city,”…

Movie Review: The funny and affecting Rams strikes a rare blow for Icelandic cinema

Sports fans hoping for the thrilling saga of a football team’s journey from Cleveland to Los Angeles to Anaheim to St. Louis and then back to Los Angeles again will be disappointed to learn that Rams is quite literally about rams (and sheep). Show More Summary

Mike Martz: It's 'ridiculous' Terrell Owens is a Hall of Fame finalist before Issac Bruce and Torry Holt

When the Pro Football Hall of Fame's class of 2016 is announced this weekend, Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt won't hear their names called. In their second year of eligibility, the former St. Louis Rams receiving greats are not finalists. Terrell Owens, another former receiving great, does have a chance...

"Economists do occasionally agree on something"

Neil deMause at Field of Schemes: SI.com asked a bunch of economists whether St. Louis and San Diego should have coughed up more money to keep the Rams and (potentially) Chargers from moving to Los Angeles, and if you read this site with any regularity, you can probably guess what...

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