Grubman: San Diego, St. Louis Won't Make Stadium PitchesThe NFL's point man on Los Angeles said he's decided that officials from San Diego and St. Louis who are trying to keep their NFL teams won't make presentations on their stadium plans at the owners meeting next month.
Peacock Works to Find Aldermen Support for Riverfront StadiumPeacock says he's still working to assemble land, and to nail down $600 million in private financing for the billion-dollar project.
Peacock Feels Good After Another Meeting with NFL Commissioner"Great cities build. They don't stand still. They don't shrink, and they don't quit," the stadium task force co-chair declared.
Lawmaker Opposition Casts Doubt on New St. Louis StadiumStadium task force co-chair Dave Peacock counters: plan must "make sense and provide benefit for all."
Peacock on STLNFL: New Stadium Would be a Public AssetAs for Rams owner Stan Kroenke, Peacock said, "I don't think he wishes ill on St. Louis at all."
No Ruling on St. Louis Football Stadium Vote"We are moving this quickly," Blitz says. "We have a new judge who's willing to get up to speed on what's been filed in the case, and he's going to give us a very good hearing on the 25th."
MLS: St. Louis Top Contender For Team If Stadium Gets BuiltCommissioner Don Garber told Gov. Nixon, Dave Peacock, and others it would likely be 2020 or later
MLS Commissioner in St. Louis TuesdayMajor League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber is visiting St. Louis
Dave Peacock: City, State Would Contribute $250 Million Toward Stadium, not $350 MillionThere are changes to how many dollars taxpayers might be asked to pony up for a new NFL stadium in St. Louis.
LISTEN: Rams COO on STLNFL Task Force and Kroenke's Interest in St. LouisThe St. Louis Rams Chief Operating Officer is praising the St. Louis NFL Task Force's presentation before the NFL's Los Angeles Committee this week.
Stadium Authority, Gov. Nixon Take Stands On NFL Stadium FinancingRSA asks circuit judge to clarify if no new vote of taxpayers would be necessary
NFL Owners Hear About Stadium Proposals in Los Angeles, St. LouisNew England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said he believes there will be two teams playing in Southern California as soon as next year.