Great News LA, The St Louis Rams are now the Los Angeles Rams starting 2016, get more details….
It’s a Deal Done states ESPN NFL Nation reporter Nick Wagoner who covers the St Louis Rams on the regular.
CelebNSports247.com has the official word via Nick who took to twitter announcing that the Rams will be making Inglewood their new home for the NFL.
After a 21-plus-year hiatus, the NFL returns to Los Angeles and the St Louis Rams have been chosen. With a 30 to 2 vote, The Rams are LA’s OFFICIAL NFL team!
As for the San Diego Chargers and the Oakland Raiders?
The San Diego Chargers are on hold for the Carson Stadium in 2017, but until then the Chargers will remain in their home market. The Raiders will be recieving a large sum of funding to improve their Oakland home, so bay area we still have the Raiders.
The NFL has projected that the new stadium in Inglewood will be completed in 2019 and will cost up to $20 billion dollars. Yes, that means even Trump money could afford to build the stadium. Maybe Mark Zuckerberg could fund the porject, but who are we kidding.
Anyways, the St Louis Rams will be coming back to LA! So Rams fans get you gear because the Silver and Blue will be repping Inglewood!
Yes, the NFL to LA decision has been made and here is the official word from Nick Wagoner:
NFL Insider for ESPN Adam Schefter Tweets these details:
FOX News reports:
Earlier Tuesday, the league’s six-member committee on relocation to Los Angeles recommended the other owners back a project that would see the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers share a stadium in Carson, California. The six owners who make up the committee are: Art Rooney II (Pittsburgh Steelers, committee chairman); Jerry Richardson (Carolina Panthers); Robert Kraft (New England Patriots); Robert McNair (Houston Texans); John Mara (New York Giants); and Clark Hunt (Kansas City Chiefs).
In the end, the Rams will be the first team permitted to move to Los Angeles.
The St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission, which operates the Edward Jones Dome, had signed a lease with the Rams that would allow the team to leave St. Louis if the dome was not among the top eight stadiums by 2015. As such, the team entered a year-to-year lease deal with the dome ahead of the 2015 NFL season.