August 25, 2010 by staff
Stan Kroenke, The NFL adopted Stan Kroenke as the new owner of the St. Louis Rams today with a unanimous vote of the owners of the league.
That is good news for the Rams, as they no longer have to operate amid the background noise of a pending change of ownership. There was much speculation during the offseason that the team in free agency braking due to the change in the making of the guards, but the theory never made much sense, especially after the Rams drafted QB Sam Bradford with the first overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, guaranteeing him a contract worth about 80 million and 50 million guaranteed.
For me the biggest problem of the whole issue of ownership was, as I said above, the additional uncertainty for a franchise in transition. After more than half a decade of instability, the Rams finally on track after the 2008 season when he cleaned the office and general manager Billy Devaney to replace the incompetent bureaucrats Jay Zygmunt. Last season the ground beneath their feet was still weak as a Devaney and all new coaching staff tried to join a team from the ashes of decaying rubble of what was going through a list.
Already, things are getting better for the Rams, but have a long way to go. Kroenke takes over as sole owner of the Rams with two major challenges on the horizon already. Normally, fans would already be speculating about what the Rams could do in free agency next year, but speculation going on now is whether or not there will be a football season. Even with some protective measures in place, like a stream of income guaranteed if there is anything to deliver or not, the Rams will be in a strong position as a small market team desperately trying to repair his relationship with a group of fans that has not been buy tickets lately. Beyond that, the Rams have a stadium problem coming when they reach a clause in its lease at the Ed Jones Dome in 2014. At that time, the Rams will have to find a new home, whether in the area of St. Louis Metro or any other market.
Anyway, that’s all on the road a bit, so let out a big fan of Stan Kroenke welcome.
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