Quote of the Day

"Leaving aside the Rams admin, their owner has been absent and unavailable for years. If the Rams do eventually leave, it will not be for something the region failed to do. Or the fans."
-- St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay, after Rams Owner Stan Kroenke blasted the city in his official relocation filing. (TWITTER.com, 1/6)
Wednesday January 6, 2016 Vol. 22 — No. 80 Print This Issue

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  • Point Of No Return?

    Kroenke (r) targets '19 as the proposed opening year for the new venue

    The Rams in their relocation application submitted to the NFL on Monday argued that team Owner Stan Kroenke's stadium proposal in Inglewood is "vastly superior to the rival plan in Carson and could be a financial windfall for the NFL," according to Farmer & Fenno of the L.A. TIMES. The 29-page document "lays out the team's rationale for why it should be able to leave St. Louis and how it believes such a move would ultimately strengthen the NFL." Although the developers at the Inglewood site have long said their stadium "would be ready" for the '18 season, the Rams' application targets '19 as the "proposed start date." The application is "divided into three parts: discussing the strengths of the Inglewood plan, explaining why the Rams ha ...

  • Just Drop That Anywhere

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  • Revolutionary Road

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  • The Station Agent

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  • View From Above

    ESPN viewership drops, but still tops all other cable nets in '15.

  • Transfer Window

    NBC hires former ESPN exec Preschlack to lead RSN group.

  • Enough Is Enough

    Amid several recent incidents, the NHL plans more education on domestic violence, sexual assault.

  • I'm Yelling Timber

    Providence Park could expand by as many as 2,000 seats.

  • Family Ties

    Wally the Green Monster will have a new partner in crime at Red Sox games -- his sister, Tessie.

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