St. Louis Rams' Jeff Fisher Says St. Louis is Where the Rams Should Stay
I was put completely at ease by Mr. Kroenke. He assured me that we're going to do everything possible...my gut feel and my hope is that they get everything worked out. This is the place this team needs to be.
The first three weeks of January have been a whirlwind in St. Louis.
The team promptly fired Steve Spagnuolo and Billy Devaney after their shared regime went 10-38 overall and 2-14 in 2011.
The team then targeted the well-respected Fisher as the next head coach and, after an anxious time of waiting, the Rams landed their man.
Finally, after a few days of rare joy, cheer and hope came today's revelation that St. Louis would play one home game in London every year from 2012 through 2014, the same year that the Rams could potentially exit St. Louis for a new home city.
With anxious fans already sweating over the upcoming lease negotiations, especially after Rams owner Stan Kroenke made a public non-commitment to St. Louis during the Fisher introductory press conference, it was at least mildly reassuring to hear the new head coach express a stout statement in support of a permanent Rams home here.
Amidst what some considered to be a tough and challenging day in St. Louis, the words of Fisher were at least somewhat comforting to many of the Rams faithful.
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