MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough railed against St. Louis Rams players and Democratic Congress members for doing the “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” gesture Ferguson protesters have been using following the Aug. 9 shooting death of Michael Brown.
A St. Louis Rams official and a county police chief differed Monday about whether the team had apologized for the actions of five players who raised their hands during pregame festivities in a show of solidarity with Ferguson protesters.
This past Sunday will be a day Rams fans can cherish for a while. The Rams blew out the Oakland Radiers with an outstanding 52-0 win! Before the celebration began, the KMOX Mighty Mox Street Team threw a […]
“Remember the hypocrisy here. The NFL and the Rams were on the phone with the St. Louis Police Department every day last week, wanting assurances that their players and their fans would be protected from the violent elements in these protests,” Roorda said.
Before trotting onto the field for their pregame introductions, five St. Louis Rams players stood with their hands raised in a show of compassion and solidarity for Ferguson protesters.
Greg Wyshynski, editor of the Puck Daddy blog on Yahoo! Sports, joined Chris Hrabe to talk hockey. Tyler Jacobs, host on the 120 Sports Network, joined Chris to discuss Rams & Missouri Tiger football.
The fans must have had an amazing time at the KMOX and Y98 Rams Tailgate because they were so excited to cheer on their Rams for the win on Sunday! We had amazing food and […]
Sports Illustrated Staff Writer Joan Niesen joined Chris Hrabe to talk about the upcoming Rams-Broncos game.
The Rams haven’t had a winning record since 2003 and haven’t made the playoffs since 2004.
Nixon is giving attorney Bob Blitz and former Anheuser-Busch executive Dave Peacock 60 days to develop options to be presented to the Rams before Jan. 28.