Local group plans to rally in order to keep the Rams from leaving St. Louis.
Commissioner Roger Goodell says “no plans of stadium development (in Calif.). “
Speculation is running high over the future of the Rams in St. Louis. Stan Kroenke has purchased a football stadium-sized piece of ground in the Los Angeles area.
Stan Kroenke, who was not available to the media, rarely visits the Rams training facility.
“For this particular year I don’t think it’s a concern,” Webster University’s Pat Rishe tells KMOX.
To the applause of doctors gathered at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, Governor Nixon signed “Chloe’s law,”
The Outdoor Channel Holdings’ board is recommending shareholders accept Kroenke’s bid of $10.25 a share at their meeting today.
The Rams’ plan is expected to cost $700 million and would require major structural changes to the dome.
“We want to make sure the team gets the stadium issues resolved because they do need to have the kind of stadium that will help support them for the long-term in St. Louis.”
The arbitrators are two retired judges, one from Iowa and one from Colorado, and a labor attorney from Chicago. A ruling isn’t expected for several weeks.