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When the NFL decided to move the game to a new venue, it should have known that it would be a big win for the community

By the time the NFL moved its game from Los Angeles to Santa Clara, it would have had the largest and most prominent NFL team in the world.

The LA Rams, who played their first game in the new stadium in April, were a regular-season favorite and would have been a fixture in the league’s schedule for years to come.

They were also the most popular team in America.

They had won six Super Bowls, two World Series championships and were the most successful franchise in the NFL history.

But as the team’s home for more than a decade, the Rams were an unlikely champion.

“They were a team that we would have loved to be a part of,” Rams quarterback Michael Vick said of the Rams.

“We had an amazing fan base that had a huge impact on the team.”

It was not until the Rams moved to Los Angeles in 1996 that the team won a Super Bowl, which is why the team has been so popular in recent years.

The Rams had played in Los Angeles for 20 years before moving there in 1996.

And it was not the first time the team had relocated to Los Angeles, either.

The team had moved to the city in 1950 and, despite a poor record in the early 1950s, won four games in a row in the 1956 season.

The following year, the team moved to Santa Monica, a suburb that had the highest number of white residents of any city in the United States at the time.

The city, in turn, had a large Hispanic population, and the team struggled to get fans, especially on Sundays, because of the heat.

But the Rams kept playing in the city, even after the move to Los Angels.

“It was a long time before we played in L.A.,” said Vick.

“I was the only quarterback who was a member of that team.

I remember seeing them on TV in those days. “

But they were so close.

I remember seeing them on TV in those days.

I was in seventh grade when we were playing them.

They never stopped playing, and I remember getting a thrill from watching them play.”

The Rams played in a new stadium, dubbed the L.L. Bean Stadium, in December 1996, the same month the team announced it would move.

The L.V. Anderson stadium, which was built in 1958, had been home to the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers for most of its history.

When the Rams finally moved to L.O.B., it was the first new NFL venue built in the Los Angeles area since the stadium opened in 1962.

It was also the first stadium built in Los Angles that could accommodate NFL teams and teams with the highest-paying franchises.

And the new venue was the perfect place for the team to play games.

The stadium had the capacity for around 100,000 fans.

And for a team with a small fan base, it could seat around 100 people.

The Los Angeles Coliseum, home of the NFL Los Angeles Rams, was built during the construction of the LASAN Stadium in Los Angels, California, in 1962, on March 12, 1960.

At left, a view of the Coliseum as seen from the south side of the new facility.

“Our fans really loved playing in LAC, and we had a very strong fan base,” said Vick, now an analyst with Fox Sports.

“The fans, the fans loved the way we played.

And we had so many people who really liked the way the stadium looked.”

The stadium was designed to accommodate the NFL teams’ and teams’ fan bases.

The building’s original design included the stadium’s roof, the roof and the west-facing concourse, which housed the team offices, locker rooms and meeting rooms.

But it also had an enclosed south side, where the team could meet for games and events.

The area was also home to a large concession stand and parking lot.

The new facility was built to accommodate large crowds, and it also was designed for the teams’ ability to play on Sundays.

“If you look at the design of the stadium, it was a perfect storm,” said Mark Clements, a former Los Angeles sports marketing executive who served as vice president of development for the Rams from 1996 to 2007.

The new stadium was much bigger than the original, which had seats up to about 75,000. “

So we knew we had to move up to a better stadium and we knew that was going to take some time.”

The new stadium was much bigger than the original, which had seats up to about 75,000.

It featured retractable seating that allowed fans to sit and watch the game from any seat, and a giant scoreboard to provide a clear view of each play.

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