Published: Thu, April 13, 2017
Sport | By Noel Norman

Louis sues NFL, all 32 teams over Rams' move to LA


At the beginning of last month, Los Angeles general manager Les Snead indicated that it seems like only a matter of time before Donald earns an extension from the organization, but it looks like the team is just exercising his fifth year option for now.

FILE - In this November 17, 2016, file photo, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, left, joins Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke, center, and Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts Jr. during groundbreaking ceremonies for the team's new stadium in Inglewood, Calif. America's most popular sport is in the midst of its greatest migration in a quarter century. Stan Kroenke, a real estate billionaire and native of Missouri, was minority owner of the team until purchasing it outright in 2010, two years after the death of longtime majority owner Georgia Frontiere.

The complaint also claims that moving the team "improperly" enriched Rams executives.

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In February 2014, Kroenke bought land in Inglewood, California. The lawsuit says Demoff said the call was one of the "moments in your life you never forget". The Chargers and Rams will share a new stadium scheduled to open in 2019.

The suit accuses the NFL and the Rams of violating the league's relocation policies put in place in 1984 to avoid antitrust liability for any future franchise relocations. The lawsuit claims the league violated those guidelines "and instead focused exclusively on whether more money could be made in Los Angeles - a factor which does not justify relocation under the Policy", the lawsuit states. Three separate lawsuits related to personal seat licenses were consolidated into one suit.

Last season, Donald recorded 47 tackles, with eight sacks and two forced fumbles for Los Angeles, who have missed the playoffs in each of the last 13 years. After all, St. Louis watched its third National Football League franchise leave its city limits - and the second in less than 30 years, with the Cardinals' move to Arizona and the Rams leaving last year - and nearly certainly will never host another National Football League team.

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