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Michael Sam Fiasco Said to be Keeping Gay Players Out of the NFL

Former NFL player Michael Sam was likely the worst example that gay NFL prospects could have had, but at least one NFL executive seems to think that Sam’s short-lived NFL career has served to block other gay players from entering the field.

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St. Louis Sues NFL Over Rams Relocation

The NFL and the City of St. Louis have tried and failed three times to make a football marriage work. Now, they’re going to court to finalize the divorce.

Los Angeles Rams rookie quarterback Jared Gof, seen in October 2016, arrived at the team after a successful college career with the Golden Bears and the University of California, Berkeley

St. Louis Lawyer Slams Rams Owner in Super Bowl Ad

St. Louis lawyer Terry Crouppen purchased a local ad that aired during the Super Bowl Sunday to send a message to the owner of the Los Angeles Rams, Stan Kroenke, who is moving the Rams from St. Louis. “I’m Terry

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NFL Wants Two Teams in L.A., Rams Offer to Share Stadium

Although the NFL has scheduled a special meeting on the Los Angeles relocation situation for January, Rams owner Stan Kroenke charges ahead, offering a deal to the San Diego Chargers or Oakland Raiders to share a new $1.86 billion stadium in Inglewood, California.

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Rams Receiver Shot in the Head

St. Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey endured gunshot wounds to the head on Tuesday evening.

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49ers RB Reggie Bush Suing City of St. Louis for ACL Tear

San Francisco 49ers running back Reggie Bush plans on suing the city of St. Louis because of a fall he took on Sunday, when he slipped on a concrete path after being pushed out of bounds on a punt return.

San Francisco 49ers' Reggie Bush reportedly suing city of St. Louis for injury

Gov. Jerry Brown’s Hail Mary to Keep Chargers in San Diego

California Governor Jerry Brown is inserting himself into the highly contentious San Diego Chargers stadium fight, expediting California’s laborious environmental review process, giving a semblance of hope that the team could stay in its current city if it agrees to a newly proposed stadium. The team’s ownership has been pushing hard for a move to the Los Angeles market.

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NFL Expects Team in L.A. for 2016

NFL owners indicated Tuesday that they expect one or more football teams to occupy the Los Angeles market as soon as 2016.

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Carson Passes Chargers-Raiders $1.7B L.A. Stadium

Uncertainty looms in the future of the Chargers and Raiders football organizations as the two teams negotiate over stadium plans that could either allow them to remain in their current home cities or join in sharing one stadium in Los Angeles.

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No New Taxes in New Chargers Stadium Plan as Spirit Day Commences

The day after the Chargers Stadium Task Force announced a recommendation of no new taxes in construction plans for a new stadium, Charger fans in San Diego rallied the troops for a ‘Save Our Bolts Spirit Day,’ calling fans from die-hard to casual to don any apparel, whether official gear or just Chargers colors, in support of the team.

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Chargers, Raiders Propose Move to New L.A. Stadium

Los Angeles may see professional football once again, as the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders announced plans to build and share a $1.7 billion stadium in Carson if publicly-financed deals to stay in their respective cities fall through.

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