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So weird it might be true.

Discussion in 'RAMS - NFL TALK' started by Yamahopper, Nov 30, 2011.

  1. Yamahopper Well-Known Member

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    Posted by Mike Florio on November 30, 2011, 10:42 AM EST

    For those of you who are as willing to blindly believe right now that the Jaguars won’t move as you were willing to blindly believe Wayne Weaver when he said earlier this month that he isn’t selling the team, save yourself the aggravation and scroll past this story.

    For those of you who are willing to be skeptical of an industry that has generated ongoing proof of the value of skepticism, read on.

    If the Jaguars move, it may not be a foregone conclusion that they move to Los Angeles. There’s a chance they’ll move to St. Louis, with the Rams returning to L.A.

    As one executive with a team other than the Jaguars told PFT on Wednesday morning, “People that I trust think there is a chance [Rams owner] Stan Kroenke moves the Rams to L.A. and [Shahid] Khan moves to St. Louis.”

    At this point, no one knows with certainty what will happen. But it would be foolish to rule out anything, even if folks with a vested interest in propping up ticket sales and interest in the team in Jacksonville try desperately to ignore the content of the tea leaves.

    Once the minimum spending requirement per team kicks in come 2013, teams like the Jaguars won’t be able to stockpile $32.9 million in salary cap space. When that happens, there will be more incentive than ever to move NFL teams to where the money is.

    Folks in the one percent didn’t get there by being too stupid to realize that.

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    This is so far fetched that it might be true. Anything to sell a paper these days.

    But would I get to keep my seats at the dome for the Jags games? I mean I don't like the Jags, but still it's football....Wait this could work, I go to LA a couple times a year anyway so might catch a couple games there, catch the rest of their games on Sunday ticket and attend a full season of NFL games at the dome.

    Strange days.
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