Sport Jerry Jones was in cahoots with Stan Kroenke to get Rams to L.A., lawsuit says

22:05  12 april  2017
22:05  12 april  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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Given that neither team has gotten an attractive offer to stay in their current cities, the Chargers and Raiders appear to be most likely to earn the NFL’s blessing to move, but Rams owner Stan Kroenke and his allies are reportedly trying to swing an 11th-hour deal that would get him to Los Angeles.

owner Stan Kroenke his Los Angeles stadium. On the other, the Rams ’ Inglewood proposal, championed by Jerry Jones , along with the likes of Dan Snyder, and Jeff Lurie. After Iger left the ballroom and returned to his suite, Jones said , “He said he paid us.

Jerry Jones © (Getty Images) Jerry Jones

Did Jerry Jones conspire with Stan Kroenke to get the Rams to Los Angeles? Accordingto a lawsuit filed inSt. Louis, that's exactly what happened.

The St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority as well as St. Louis city and county are suing the NFL and its 32 owners for damages and restitution that the relocation caused, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

According to the lawsuit filed Wednesday in St. Louis Circuit Court, the Cowboys owner intentionally interfered with and damaged the city's relations with the Rams by "by encouraging, promoting, and conspiring with Mr. Kroenke to develop a plan to relocate the Rams to Los Angeles and convincing the other member-teams to approve the relocation."

The lawsuit alleges that Jones pushed the move on the other owners and that he told Kroenke to plan on building an Inglewood, Calif.,stadium before the move was approved.

Jones reportedly promoted the Los Angeles location based on how much money the league could receive after the NFL initially rejected the move.

By a 30-2 vote, the league approved of the Rams' move in January 2016.

St. Louis wants Rams to pay for dumping it; suit won't accomplish that .
The news is an attention-grabber, for sure: St. Louis city and county officials are suing the NFL and its owners over the Rams' move to Los Angeles. TheThose actions, say the St. Louis officials, constitute breach of contract and fraud. They didn't specify what they're seeking in damages, but they did mention the $550 million relocation fee the other 31 franchises split.


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