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Ever since the Raiders and Rams left the city of Los Angeles in the mid-1990s, there have been countless rumors as to if or when a team might move back to the 2nd largest city in the United States. And with continuing talks about a possible franchise in London, it would pay to have the rest of the American map settled first.
Of the three teams viewed as the most likely to move — the Rams, Raiders, and Chargers — the team viewed by the NFL as most likely to make the move is the Rams.
If it’s the Rams, the most likely location for a new stadium becomes the land owner Stan Kroenke purchased last year at Hollywood Park. AEG’s proposed downtown stadium is believed to hinge on owner Philip Anschutz purchasing a significant piece of the anchor tenant.
The Rams currently have a year-to-year arrangement at the Edward Jones Dome. They can leave without financial consequence after the coming season, and every season thereafter.
Missouri government officials are reportedly working on a proposal of a new open-air stadium in St. Louis. It is being viewed on both ends of the spectrum as either a legitimate effort to keep the team, or an effort to diffuse criticism that the local politicians didn’t try hard enough to keep him.
The St. Louis Rams have not have a winning season since 2003, and have had 8 consecutive losing seasons.View poll on FanMob