Tag: NFL

Judge refuses to dismiss Rams lawsuit

A St. Louis area judge refused to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the City of St. Louis and the area’s sports authority over NFL’s Rams departure to Los Angeles. St. Louis Circuit Court Judge Christopher McGraugh issued the ruling on Wednesday, which will result in the case most likely going to court. The lawsuit filed in April alleges that the National Football League’s Rams failed to meet a league relocation requirement when the team left […]

RELEASE: St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger Statement on NFL Lawsuit

St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger has issued the following statement regarding a judge’s denial of a motion to dismiss the case brought against the Rams and the National Football League by St. Louis County, the city of St. Louis and the Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority: “This ruling is another step toward holding Stan Kroenke and the NFL accountable for conspiring to swindle the St. Louis area out of the NFL team we […]

National Survey: Americans disagree with NFL players protesting the national anthem

Recently players of the National Football League (NFL) have been kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial inequality and police brutality, but it doesn’t seem to be popular with its fans according to a new national poll. According to a Remington Research Group poll surveying whether they support NFL players protesting the national anthem, 64 percent stated that they disagreed with the players’ actions. The poll which was conducted September 25 and had 1,6333 […]