This was a good use of firm money.
On a week when three NFL teams tried to move into the same city—and two succeeded—the question was what teams owe their fans. The answer is...complicated.
Seventy years ago, a midwestern NFL franchise known as the Rams moved to Los Angeles. Pro football would never be the same, although that move would happen again.
The St. Louis Rams are moving back to Los Angeles, and either the San Diego Chargers or the Oakland Raiders may eventually join them. We evaluate what happened—and what happens next.
The St. Louis Rams, the Oakland Raiders, and the San Diego Chargers are seeking NFL permission to move to Los Angeles. How serious are they, and how will they make money if the public won't finance a new stadium?
Ben Watson's long road from first round pick to superstar Saint, Rodney Hudson's Raider domination, and the treacherous Edward Jones Dome.
St. Louis is closer to giving the Rams $400 million for a new stadium after invalidating a law that gave its citizens final say. Will the team move to Los Angeles anyway?
The battle over a new stadium for the St. Louis Rams has triggered a fresh round of melodrama. Not that public opinion ever ends up mattering.