Kroenke Lands $90M Stadium Deal with American Airlines in Inglewood Ca.

August 7, 2019

August 6, 2019 American Airlines appears to be the first official naming partner for Stan Kroenke’s new $5-billion Los Angeles Stadium in Inglewood. The airline is reportedly paying $90 million to sponsor the 2.5-acre main entrance plaza at the home of the NFL’s Rams, which Kroenke owns. The stadium will be shared by the Chargers football team. The 10-story plaza can hold roughly 15,000 people and is planned to be…


Los Angeles Rams 90-Man Roster Preview: Offensive Tackle Bobby Evans

July 23, 2019

The Rams went ahead and drafted two linemen in this year’s NFL Draft, among those linemen was the third-round pick out of Oklahoma, Bobby Evans. Evans is billed as the high upside and athletic tackle that could kick inside to play guard if need be. Evans while toolsy, still has plenty of room for growth. Here is our preview on Evans as he heads into his rookie year. College Career Evans…


2019 Los Angeles Rams roster preview: TE Kendall Blanton ready for his entrance

July 18, 2019

Los Angeles Rams TE Kendall Blanton is another undrafted free agent looking to earn a roster spot. A four-year player for the Missouri Tigers, he was a rotational option working for the last two years behind star TE Albert Okwuegbunam. Roster Battle Blanton will compete with multiple bodies at the tight end position. The two locks are Gerald Everett — who could see an extended role offensively — and Tyler Higbee, who’s in a contract year. The remaining…


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…


Withdrawal of LA Stadium Plan Reorders Chase For NFL Teams

March 18, 2015

(by MICHAEL R. BLOOD /   The demise of an NFL stadium proposal in the heart of downtown Los Angeles has reordered the competition to lure professional football back to the region after two decades of game-less Sundays. The pullout by Anschutz Entertainment Group ended a dream of having a team play in the shadow of the city’s skyline. Now it comes down to this: Five cities. Three NFL…