• Arbitrators rule in favor of Rams in Dome negotiations

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Feb 2, 2013
    A panel of arbitrators has ruled in favor of a $700 million plan by the Rams to renovate the Edward Jones Dome. A panel of three arbitrators have agreed that only the upgrades to the Edward Jones Dome proposed by the Rams will put the stadium among first tier of all NFL stadiums. The three arbitrators, from the American Arbitration Association, were: retired Colorado judge Federico C. The talks between local leaders and the Rams are now expected to shift away from the Dome and towards the idea of building a new stadium, on a new site. Louis or elsewhere Friday when an arbiter chose the team's proposal for Edward Jones Dome upgrades over a cheaper proposal from the city's stadium authority. Alvarez, from Denver; former Iowa judge David Blair, from Sioux City; and labor attorney Sinclair Kossoff, from Chicago.The St.The St.The St.
    • Rams win stadium arbitration

      The mayor’s office calls it only a step in a broader process, but the Rams have now moved one giant leap closer to possibly bounding out of St. Louis. A panel of three arbitrators have agreed that only the upgrades to the Edward Jones Dome proposed by t
    • Rams win arbitration on Dome

      Talk turns to building a new stadium; at least three sites have been identified. 
      Source: stltoday.com
    • What to know about Rams stadium ruling

      NEW ORLEANS -- Nothing puts football fans to sleep quite like stadium arbitration updates, so I'll make this brief. The St. Louis Rams moved closer to securing a new stadium in St. Louis or elsewhere Friday when an arbiter chose the team's proposal for …
      Source: ESPN.com
  • There's A $700 Million Plan On The Table To Turn The Rams Home-Field Into A "First-Tier Stadium." How About It, St. Louis?

    The Rams, who are 22-73-1 in their last six seasons, won a battle against the city of St. Louis yesterday over the Edward Jones Dome, their home since 1995. Arbitrators ruled in favor of the Rams' plan, which would require a $700 million renovation to t…
    Source: deadspin.com

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