LA Rams To Hold Inaugural Play 60 Field Day For 800 Inglewood Unified Students!

May 12, 2016

The Los Angeles Rams will host the team’s first PLAY 60 event in the Los Angeles area when they travel to Inglewood’s Coleman Field to engage 800 Inglewood Unified School District youth in a day of fun and fitness. PLAY 60 is the NFL’s campaign to encourage kids to be active for 60 minutes a day in order to help reverse the trend of childhood obesity and promote active and…


L.A. Rams Plan to Keep Current Uniforms Until 2019

March 23, 2016

MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ / ASSOCIATED PRESS Rams wide receiver Tavon Austin (11) and teammates wait in a tunnel at Levi’s Stadium before entering the field to play the San Francisco 49ers. ADVERTISEMENT Related Content L.A. Rams plan to keep current uniforms until 2019 Struggling Los Angeles Clippers are still searching for an identity Oregon is the lone bright light in a disappointing NCAA tournament for Pac-12, not that anyone’s noticed…


NFL Briefed on Stadium Development In St. Louis and Inglewood

March 24, 2015

  PHOENIX • A National Football League executive briefed team owners Monday, for the first time as a group, on competing stadium proposals that could send the St. Louis Rams to Los Angeles, including key steps “between now and any eventual relocation.”   NFL Executive Vice President Eric Grubman, who is in charge of stadium development and Los Angeles market exploration, said he spent about 45 minutes explaining three Los…


Inglewood NFL Stadium: Moody’s Agrees New Tax Revenue Could Be A Game Changer’

March 20, 2015

An NFL stadium in Inglewood would be “a potential game changer in tax revenue,” according to a new report from the credit rating agency Moody’s Investors Service, which relies mostly on information from the city’s own analysis.   “The stadium go-ahead is credit positive for Inglewood because the city stands to gain $18.7 million-$28 million annually over a 16-year period and more after, according to a city-commissioned report,” Moody’s says, in…


Mayor Butts: “They’d Have to Have a Time Machine”

March 14, 2015

Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts sits down with Fred Roggin to talk about the latest on the NFL’s potential return to Los Angeles. He’ll talk about union dissent, AEG dropping out of the race and the next steps for the Inglewood City of Champions Revitalization Project. Originally aired on Going Roggin, March 14, 2015.