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stan kroenke

St. Louis Attorney Pays for Super Bowl Ad Slamming Rams Owner Stan Kroenke

This was a good use of firm money.
Sean Newell
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David Roth's Weak In Review: The NFL In LA, Or The Deep Out

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.
David Roth
Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday: The NFL's Cleveland Rams Leave For Los Angeles

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.
Michael Weinreb
nfl return to la

Rams Leave St. Louis, Raiders and Chargers in Limbo: Winners and Losers of the NFL's Return to LA

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.
Neil deMause
nfl to los angeles

Which NFL Teams Will Move To LA? A Bettor's Guide

The St. Louis Rams, San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders all want to move to Los Angeles, and NFL owners will vote on the matter next week. We break down the likeliest outcomes.
Neil deMause

VICE Sports Q&A: Leigh Steinberg

Agent Leigh Steinberg was the basis for Jerry Maguire. Then his career and life took a nosedive. Today, Steinberg is back in business, and talking CTE, Roger Goodell, and more.
Larry Burnett

Is the NFL Really About to Move Back to LA? Yes, No, and Maybe

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?
Neil deMause

​ICYMI: The Best Stories You Missed from NFL Week 8

Ben Watson's long road from first round pick to superstar Saint, Rodney Hudson's Raider domination, and the treacherous Edward Jones Dome.
Ty Schalter
Los Angeles

St. Louis Stiff-Arms Local Voters to Keep Wooing the Rams

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?
Neil deMause

Your Votes Don't Count: How Sports Stadium Welfare Deals Shut Out the Public's Voice

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.
Neil deMause

LA Still Doesn't Need the NFL

It's been twenty years since the Raiders and Rams left. Two decades of swirling rumors. The time for the NFL to return to Los Angeles is not now: it's never.
Eric Nusbaum