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St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke planning LA move in 2016

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We begin with the NFL playoffs where the Dallas Cowboys came from behind to beat the Detroit Lions 24-20 in the final game of the Wild Card round.

Tony Romo shone for the Cowboys but the game will be remembered for a hugely controversial call from officials who overturned a clear pass interference call against Dallas in the fourth quarter without giving any explanation.

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Elsewhere in the NFL, reports suggest that Saint Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke plans to build an 80,000 seater stadium in Los Angeles with the plan to relocate the franchise as early as 2016.

The latest development comes less than a year after Kroenke purchased land in the the Inglewood area of Los Angeles and now the NFL owner has teamed up with the owners of Hollywood Park (located adjacent to the land) to build a stadium.

The Rams of course called LA their home between 1946 and 1994 and could be set to leave Saint Louis if they fail to agree a new lease agreement with the city on the Edward Jones Dome.


And finally in the NBA, New York Knicks head coach Derrick Fisher has spoken out about the team’s plans to rest star man Carmelo Anthony despite their terrible 5-31 record.

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