Social media buzzed with speculation the league was ready to proclaim the Rams’ new home, but the league quickly dispelled any such talk and called it a “snafu.”
It’s all just a plan so far, however, the money already spent toward getting a new NFL stadium on the St. Louis riverfront is adding up.
The 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.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said he believes there will be two teams playing in Southern California as soon as next year.
The Star Trek universe mourns its beloved mister Spock.
Later today, the Inglewood City Council will consider whether to approve plans to fast-track a $2 billion, 80,000-seat stadium in the L.A. suburb.
The $1.7 billion stadium would be built in the Los Angeles area.
The dirt is flying in Inglewood, and so is speculation that St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke is charging forward with building a new stadium on the site of the former Hollywood Park.
John Loyd has been announced as a consultant on the proposed riverfront stadium by the St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority.
Supporters of a proposed riverfront stadium say it could also be used for Major League Soccer. But what are the chances of that really happening?