Stan Kroenke’s attempt to relocate the St. Louis Rams to Los Angeles continues to get messy. Kroenke, the team owner, made headlines for calling St. Louis a two-team city (meaning the Blue and Cardinals) in the franchise’s relocation application.
The application also said the city’s new stadium proposal is not appropriate for either the Rams or another NFL team, stating “No NFL club would be interested in the RSA’s New St. Louis Stadium. “Any NFL Club that signs on to this proposal in St. Louis will be well on the road to financial ruin, and the League will be harmed.”
Rams fans and others took offense to the language in the application, including St. Louis mayor Francis Slay, who wrote a letter to commissioner Roger Goodell rebuking some of Kroenke’s “inaccuracies”: