Sam Farmer

Los Angeles Times

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NFL columnist for the Los Angeles Times

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The NFL makes a return to the Los Angeles media market with the Rams trekking back west from St- Louis, to a new behemoth facility in Inglewood.

The NFL Comes Back to LA...But Who Will Pay?

The NFL makes a return to the Los Angeles media market with the Rams trekking back west from St- Louis, to a new behemoth facility in Inglewood.

from The Mixer

There are two proposals for football stadiums in L.A., down from three. AEG is giving up on plans to build a stadium downtown.

AEG Drops Football Stadium Plan

There are two proposals for football stadiums in L.A., down from three. AEG is giving up on plans to build a stadium downtown.

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The Dodgers and their stadium may have new owners, but Frank McCourt is not yet out of the action here in Los Angeles.

Frank McCourt Still Casts Shadow over Chavez Ravine

The Dodgers and their stadium may have new owners, but Frank McCourt is not yet out of the action here in Los Angeles.

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