Nothing new at this point. And it could be a slow process.
Actually it wasn't ESPN that reported that. It was the Sports Business Journal. But I'm not sure St. Louis and Missouri has any grounds for a lawsuit, unless they feel Kroenke is in clear violation of the relocation guidelines. (And even then I'm not sure if the region would have any legal standing.)
You mean in parting ways with Fox? If so, that's a puzzler. Does Fox know that Manning is leaving? Does Manning want a more wide-open offense? Lots of questions.
St. Louis doesn't want the money. It wants the team.
Slow go. I tweeted yesterday that Kyle Shanahan and Nathaniel Hackett are on the Rams' radar, but don't have interviews scheduled at this time. Talked to another potential candidate who had heard nothing.
According to Peacock, it's putting together a strategy to accumulate the land, and then getting the land. By this May they want to have the site acquisition plan and overall site plan finalized; make sure the stadium and redevelopment plan meets NFL criteria, and have the NFL confirm that there is stadium funding (from what's called it's G4 fund available). That's just one of several steps. They hop 3to break ground by 2017.
I'm still at 45-55 they stay.
Put together a resume and track record that can't be overlooked.
Possible. If the league allows teams to relocate in 2016. I believe the window to file for relocation is between Jan. 1 and Feb. 15.
To be determined. First off, let's see if Barksdale stays or goes.
Not another uniform question!!!! I have nothing for you on this at this point. Absolutely nothing.
Players are not around, so no reaction at this point.
QB and interior offensive line at this point. Obviously if Britt goes elsewhere, put WR on the list.
Young (35), inexperienced. Some thought he as in over his head at Buffalo. Others thought he had some good ideas but shackled by the head coach (the now departed Doug Marrone). Was popular with players. Was a linebacker/long snapper in college at UC-Davis. Worked previously at UC-Davis, Stanford, and Syracuse in college ranks, and at Tampa Bay in pros.
Don't know how else I can put this: He wants to move the team.
I don't think the team will be traveling by bus next season. But reaching a stadium agreement in Calif. certainly figures to put a dent in attendance in 2015, and in that case it could become a self-fulfilling prophecy as the say in terms of fan support.
Rams will not be tight against the cap next season.