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St. Louis’ Lawsuit Against the NFL: Seven Questions Answered

Word came down Wednesday that the city of St. Louis, St. Louis County, and the Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority had filed suit against the NFL and all 32 owners, alleging breach of contract, unjust enrichment, fraudulent misrepresentation and tortious interference with business expectancy. What does it mean, and what should we expect?  Here are a few questions, and ...

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St. Louis Lawsuit Against NFL Quotes Several Rams and League Officials’ Past Falsehoods

St. Louis and other regional bodies are suing the NFL and its 32 teams for damages upward of $1 billion stemming from the Rams’ 2016 relocation. The city is joining St. Louis County (sure, now they team up) and the Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority in claiming the league violated its relocation guidelines during the drawn-out ordeal. Law firm ...

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Bernie: The 5 Worst Head Coaches in St. Louis NFL History

I do not wish to be cruel here. This is not my intention. This has been “Salute to Coaches” week on our radio station, and we’ve paid tribute to some of the finest leaders in the history of the baseball Cardinals, Blues, Rams, and football Cardinals. But if we’re going to jump into history, then let’s dive in. Why? Because ...

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Bernie: The Five Best Head Coaches in St. Louis NFL History

As part of our radio station’s “Salute to Coaches” week, I’m putting together lists, ranking the coaches/managers in St. Louis sports. Today, the five best head coaches in St. Louis NFL history. Obviously, we’re talking about two franchises here: the football Cardinals (1960-1987) and the Rams (1995-2015.) Given that St. Louis fans were treated to only 16 winning records and ...

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To the Blowhards: Please Relax. Terrell Owens Will Be Voted Into the Pro Football Hall of Fame

For the record, Terrell Owens has been a finalist for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the last two years, and I voted for him both times. He put up prolific numbers, compiling statistics that check every Hall of Fame box. There’s only one Jerry Rice, but Owens was great. Owens ranks second to Rice with 15,934 ...

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