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St. Louis mayor says city is moving on from NFL

With the Rams having jumped ship to Los Angeles, many have been wondering if St. Louis will find a new NFL team to take its place. Well, according St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay, don't expect it to happen."I’m moving on," Slay said on Tuesday. "It’s very disappointing in the way the NFL handled this. As I said … we’re moving on."Slay's statement may come as a bit of a surprise...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

In Inglewood, representation by NFL may come with taxation

Blue welcome signs still line Southern California’s thoroughfares. The sun has faded the outline a bit, but newcomers and residents can still read the message: Inglewood is the “City of Champions.” Connotations of the nine-square-mile city’s nickname have changed in the 17 years since a major sports team called it home. In 1999, the National Basketball Association’s...
Via The Sports Post
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Salty St. Louis lawyer dedicates 30-second spot to slam Rams owners Stan Kroenke

It seems former fans of the now defunct St. Louis Rams are still taking the move well, as this ad that aired locally in St. Louis during the Super Bowl can attest. The Brown and Crouppen Law Firm dedicated an entire 30-second-spot to slamming Rams owner Stan Kroenke for moving the team. Terry Crouppen says fans were loyal, including drinking overpriced beer and watching a losing...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Eagles interested in bringing back Nick Foles

Philadelphia Eagles fans might not want to hear this, but their team reportedly has interest in bringing Nick Foles back for the 2016 season, per Adam Schefter of ESPN: A name to watch with Eagles' off-season QB maneuvers: Nick Foles. Eagles' HC Doug Pederson drafted Foles and is interested, per NFL sources. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 7, 2016 It’s kind of funny...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Todd Gurley named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year

If you didn’t expect much out of Rams running back Todd Gurley this season, we don’t blame you. The Georgia product was coming off a knee injury and missed the first three games of his NFL career. That didn’t stop him from becoming one of the most dominant running backs that the then St.Louis-based team ever had. 2015 Offensive Rookie Of The Year: @RamsNFL RB @TG3II! #NFLHonors...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams RB Gurley wins top offensive rookie award

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) 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. Gurley missed the first two games of 2015, then went on a tear that included four straight 100-yard rushing performances: 146, 159, 128 and 133 yards. He finished the season third in league rushing...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams fan makes Super Bowl commercial ripping Stan Kroenke

St. Louis football fans are, quite understandably, not taking the departure of the Rams well. In fact, one fan has voices his displeasure by producing a Super Bowl ad slamming Stan Kroenke. St. Louis fan and lawyer Terry Crouppen is the man behind the 30-second spot, and he discusses how Rams fans were loyal, drank the team’s “overpriced beer,” and cheered the team on “year...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

‘Actor’ Todd Gurley wants to make ‘billions’

The Rams are on the move to the Los Angeles area and running back Todd Gurley could be making plans for some interesting offseason work. In an interview with TMZ Sports, Gurley was asked if acting might be in his future, considering he will now be living in the acting capital of the world. Shooting for the moon, Gurley’s response was quite classic and not one bit conservative...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Ex-Rams coach says Terrell Owens' selection as Hall finalist is 'ridiculous'

Better get your popcorn ready for this one.Terrell Owens is a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame and one former NFL coach thinks it's totally "ridiculous."Former St. Louis Rams coach Mike Martz was beside himself when he found out that the former flamboyant wideout made it as a finalist while his two former star receivers -- Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt – aren't part of...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

St. Louis Rams DL Aaron Donald Says He Will Not Hit Todd Gurley Too Hard During Pro Bowl

In an attempt to make the Pro Bowl a little more interesting the NFL started pooling the players and letting guest coaches (Jerry Rice and Michael Irvin) draft who they wanted. So it is no longer AFC vs NFC, and teammates could end up playing against each other. While some guys like the idea of hitting a teammate, others do not even if it means failing to make a play.This year St...
Via FatManWriting
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Long's list of his most embarrassing moments is truly spectacular

If you're not following Rams defensive end Chris Long on Twitter, you should.Not only does he regularly pepper his followers with humorous observations and a dry wit that will make you LOL for real, but he's also a wizard at making Top 10 lists.Hot on the heels of his list of the SHARK POWER RANKINGS— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) January 28, 2016 " adhocenable...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Rams: Jeff Fisher’s plan is almost complete

Jeff Fisher was brought in to help lead the Rams from the depths of a deep, dark abyss of losing to their former Greatest Show on Turf glory days. Multiple coaches tried and failed before him including Steve Spagnuolo, Jim Haslett, and Scott Linehan. Over those three coaches time with the Rams, they went a combined 23-73. The last Rams head coach to have a record over .500 was...
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Three burning questions the Los Angeles Rams must answer

Well it’s off-season time once again and this might be one of the Los Angeles Rams’ most significant offseasons in franchise history. With the recent move to Los Angeles, the Rams have the national spotlight shining heavily on them. After finishing 3rd in the NFC West this season at 7-9, Rams fans have to be hoping that 2016 can be their breakout year. I’ve outlined three...
18 days ago  |  Discuss

St. Louis fans suing over personal seat license rights for Los Angeles Rams

As the NFL shifted to new stadiums and configurations of old ones, it jumped in to the deep end of a new way to make money for the team — personal seat license fees for season ticket holders. A PSL would allow the holder the right to buy season tickets for a specific seat in a stadium, itself transferrable if the holder no longer wanted to buy tickets. For the St. Louis Rams,...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Which Los Angeles Rams defensive tackles should the team keep?

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit Over the next few days, we will be examining which Los Angeles Rams should stay...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Which Los Angeles Rams interior offensive linemen should the team keep?

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit Over the next few days, we will be examining which Rams should stay and who should...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Magic Johnson first to put deposit on LA Rams tickets

On Monday morning, the Los Angeles Rams began taking $100 deposits on 2016 season tickets, and the first person to sign up was exactly who you would expect: the king of L.A. sports himself, Magic Johnson. We've got our first #Rams deposit! The Legend @MagicJohnson! Join him now: — Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) January 18, 2016   I got my @RamsNFL...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Kroenke will borrow $1 billion for new stadium

Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke is reportedly going to borrow a cool $1 billion from JPMorgan Chase to build his new stadium in Inglewood, Calif. This rather shocking (to us average folks) news comes by way of Daniel Kaplan of SportsBusiness Journal and Daily. Rams owner Kroenke is borrowing $1 billion from JPMorgan Chase for new Inglewood stadium. Story in @sbjsbd — daniel...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams banners taken down inside Edward Jones Dome (pics)

It’s only been about 48 hours since it was announced that Stan Kroenke and company would be pulling up stakes and moving the Rams franchise to Los Angeles. Given the shocking nature of the sudden-but-arguably-expected development, the St. Louis Conventions and Visitors Commission — the outfit that runs the Edward Jones Dome — decided to act quickly to help move on from the...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Stan Kroenke refers to himself as a ‘victim’

St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke is moving the team to Los Angeles because he grew tired of being a victim. Yes, a victim. Kroenke, owner of a sports empire that includes the Rams, Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche and Arsenal soccer team, recently shared his thoughts on leaving St. Louis in a lengthy interview with the Los Angeles Times. The $8 billion man said it will be hard...
Via Larry Brown Sports
27 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Rams' Chris Long makes local news as Powerball hopeful

    St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris Long achieved a major accomplishment on Wednesday, and it had nothing to do with his professional football career. Long, who played high school ball in Charlottesville, Va. and attended Virginia for college, made the local news as a “hopeful Powerball player.” He wore a disguise and was interviewed by NBC 29 in Charlottesville’s...
Via Larry Brown Sports
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Five winners and losers in the Rams' return to Los Angeles

It is official. After a 20-year hiatus, the Los Angeles Rams are back. As with any move of this magnitude, the immediate and ongoing aftermath will produce many winners and losers. So who’s sitting high and who spent the night crying themselves to sleep? Let’s examine below. Winner: Stan Kroenke In a world full of billionaire owners, Stan Kroenke just pulled off one of the...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Rams’ William Hayes doesn’t believe dinosaurs ever existed

Williams Hayes helped lead the St. Louis Rams to a 23-17 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday with a dominant performance that included nine tackles, three sacks, four tackles for loss and five quarterback hits. But what defensive end had to say recently regarding his insistence that dinosaurs never roamed Earth might garner much more — if not unwanted — attention than...
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December 29, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Rams' Todd Gurley hurdles Earl Thomas

Yes he fumbled at the end of this play but it was recovered by a teammate. Check out the hurdle action by Gurley as he jumps completely over a defender….
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December 27, 2015  |  Discuss

NFL exec: 'Not fair' to ask billionaire owners to finance their own stadiums

With Los Angeles expecting at least one NFL team to return to the city in the near feature, NFL Executive Vice President Eric Grubman expressed some views on stadium finance that can only be described as absurdly unpopular. Grubman, a recent guest on the "Bernie Miklasz Show," got into a debate with the host when Miklasz intimated that if he were worth $7 billion, he would choose...
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December 10, 2015  |  Discuss

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