Andrew Hogan

Bring Back the Los Angeles Rams

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Founder of Bring Back the Los Angeles Ramsa fan club which now has more than 47 thousand members

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Since the Rams and the Raiders left 21 years ago, NFL team owners have threatened smaller market cities: if they don't come up with big money, their teams will move to LA.

If the Rams Are Really Coming, Will Inglewood Win or Lose?

Since the Rams and the Raiders left 21 years ago, NFL team owners have threatened smaller market cities: if they don't come up with big money, their teams will move to LA.

from Which Way, L.A.?

For the first time since the Rams and the Raiders departed 20 years ago, there's hope that the NFL might return to Southern California. St.

Are the NFL Owners at It Again?

For the first time since the Rams and the Raiders departed 20 years ago, there's hope that the NFL might return to Southern California. St.

from Which Way, L.A.?

To be a hometown football fan in Los Angeles carries with it a special kind of heartbreak.

To Be An L.A. Rams Fan

To be a hometown football fan in Los Angeles carries with it a special kind of heartbreak.

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