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Missouri governor announces deals in hopes of keeping Rams (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon announced deals with a power company and railroad Tuesday that he said represent ''concrete progress'' in plans to build a riverfront stadium that could help St. Louis remain an NFL city. Nixon held an outdoor news conference in near-freezing temperatures along with leaders of Ameren Missouri and Terminal Railroad Association at the proposed site for the 64,000-seat, open-air stadium that would replace the Edward Jones Dome, now 20 years old. Ameren would relocate transmission towers and the railroad would move tracks out of the stadium footprint, which Nixon said was mostly vacant lots and empty buildings in a blighted area just north of the dome. Billionaire team owner Stan Kroenke is part of a joint venture that announced plans earlier this month for an 80,000-seat stadium in the Los Angeles suburbs. Yahoo! Tue, Feb 10
 
Missouri governor announces deals in hopes of keeping Rams (Yahoo Sports) Courtesy of

An artist's rendering of a proposed NFL stadium sits on an easel just prior to the start of a news conference by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015, at the site of the project in a blighted area north of downtown St. Louis. The governor gave an update on the on progress of a proposed 64,000-seat, open-air football stadium that would replace the indoor Edward Jones Dome. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon announced deals with a power company and railroad Tuesday that he said represent ''concrete progress'' in plans to build a riverfront stadium that could help St. Louis remain an NFL city. Nixon held an outdoor news conference in near-freezing temperatures along with leaders of Ameren Missouri and Terminal Railroad Association at the proposed site for the 64,000-seat, open-air stadium that would replace the Edward Jones Dome, now 20 years old. Ameren would relocate transmission towers and the railroad would move tracks out of the stadium footprint, which Nixon said was mostly vacant lots and empty buildings in a blighted area just north of the dome. Billionaire team owner Stan Kroenke is part of a joint venture that announced plans earlier this month for an 80,000-seat stadium in the Los Angeles suburbs.


Yahoo! Tue, Feb 10
 
Missouri Gov.: Can't sit tight with Rams in flux Courtesy of
As momentum builds toward a new stadium project in Los Angeles that could take the NFL out of St. Louis, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is ramping up the urgency for a stadium in the Gateway to the West. ESPN Tue, Feb 10
 
Monday's Sports In Brief (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The San Antonio Spurs' huge fourth-quarter rally helped Gregg Popovich reach the 1,000-win milestone. Yahoo! Tue, Feb 10
 
NFL formalizes panel to assess Los Angeles stadium plans (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has established an internal committee to review stadium options in Los Angeles and coordinate any possible move to Southern California. It comes about a month after a development group that includes a company controlled by St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke announced plans to build an 80,000-seat stadium in the Los Angeles suburbs. The proposal that envisions a stadium rising on the site of a former horse track in Inglewood once again raises the possibility that Los Angeles could get another NFL team after a two-decade drought. Yahoo! Mon, Feb 09
 
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