The Sports Business Journal reports season ticket sales for three NFL teams including the St. Louis Rams.
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.”
As we enter tonight’s NFL Draft, the Rams are in an unfamiliar territory compared to the last few seasons.
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.
Longtime equipment manager Todd Hewitt sued team after his dismissal in 2011.
He says believing another team – like the Oakland Raiders or San Diego Chargers – would fill the void if the Rams return to Los Angeles is “fools gold.”
Hunt Construction Group/Clayco named by St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority
The general manager of the Canadian Football League’s Montreal Alouettes says his team has a 50-50 chance of signing Michael Sam.
County Executive Steve Stenger says his office was told by a member of Gov. Jay Nixon’s staff that the county’s dollars aren’t needed to pay for a new football stadium on the near north riverfront downtown.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said he believes there will be two teams playing in Southern California as soon as next year.