A little over a year ago, we had the Rams on the brink of moving to Los Angeles, with reports the team was considering a move.
The move was never made and, when it was, we saw it coming.
But then, the team made it official on Tuesday.
The Rams have officially announced their intention to stay in St. Louis and move to Los Angles.
That’s right, the franchise’s home base will be in Los Angeles.
It will be a historic move for the St. Marys franchise, and it comes after a long time in St Louis.
The Rams have been in Stouters market for decades, dating back to 1958, and they have been a tenant of the Rams for decades.
And this move has been made official in a very big way.
The St. Maarten franchise had announced in October that it was moving, with the move coming with the approval of the Stouter Board of Directors.
This is a historic moment for the franchise, as it’s one of the largest in the country.
St. Louis Mayor John Suthers said of the move, in a statement released by the city, “I’m glad to announce that we have officially secured the future home of the New York Jets, and I can’t wait to see the Rams return to St. Joseph, Missouri, to play their home games.”
The Rams are now the 20th franchise to move to L.A.
Sports writers Andy Benoit and Adam Schefter had a chance to talk to owner Stan Kroenke about the move and his thoughts on the relocation process.
We talked to Stan Kroenske about it a lot.
He was very excited, and he was very gracious.
It’s been a really exciting time.
He is a big proponent of the community.
I think we can all agree that the Rams and the NFL are going to be great partners, and this is something that we’ve been working on for a long, long time.
And he’s obviously excited for it.
He’s a big supporter of the local communities, and the St Louis community, so I think the Rams will be very well received in St Joseph, Mo., and I’m sure they’re going to have a great time in L.C., too.
This move is a major win for the city of St. Charles and the state of Missouri, and a great testament to the commitment the Rams made to St Charles and St. St. James, and to the people of St Louis, the people who have been there for generations.
We’re excited to have them back.
We’re excited for the fans, and we’re excited that the St Charles City Council and St Charles County Commissioners and all of the people that have been here for so many years, that they’ve supported this franchise and they’re proud of what they’ve done for so long.
And so we’re thrilled for all of them.
The move is expected to begin next month, but fans are going need to get ready for the Rams to get their tickets for the new stadium.
We are going from the Coliseum, the Staples Center, the new arena, to the new home of Stouster Football Club, and you will be able to enjoy the game as well.
We have so much in store, and all the plans are in place to give the fans the best experience possible, and also to build a championship culture for the club.
And we can’t thank Stan Kroeske enough for this.
He made this happen.
We look forward to welcoming the Rams back to St Louis in 2019, and will keep you posted as we know more information.