Stan Kroeke, owner of the St. Louis Rams, recently purchase a 60-acre tract of land in Los Angeles, California; Inglewood to be exact. For Kroeke, buying real estate or land is more like an investment opportunity and not personal gains. Though many Rams’ fans are speculating the possibility of relocation for the team but Kroeke made no initiatives for stadium development proposal in the LA area. According to Roger Goodell, NFL Commissioner, he explains “Stan is a very large developer on a global basis. He has land throughout the country and throughout the world.” The purchase of the 60-acre land in LA fueled many speculation in sports media. However, one must not forget the St. Louis Rams once played in Southern California from 1946 to 1994. Likewise, the city of Los Angeles has been without a football franchise since both the St. Louis Rams and Oakland Raiders departed in 1995. As this story continues to develop many are worrying if the St. Louis Rams are moving. What do you think?
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