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Vote on Kroenke's attempt to buy Rams could come in the summer

The NFL’s owners will be meeting later this month.  They won’t be taking up the question of whether Stan Kroenke (or, perhaps more accurately, his wife) will be buying the St. Louis Rams.

According to Jason La Canfora of NFL Network, a vote on Kroenke’s effort to purchase the 60-percent chunk of the franchise not currently owned by Kroenke could be held over the summer, in connection with a special meeting that would address various other issues, such as the still-languishing labor situation.

Kroenke owns the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche and the NBA’s Denver Nuggets.  It was believed he’d sell those teams to a family member in order to comply with the NFL’s cross-ownership rules, which permit possession of franchises in multiple leagues as long as all are in the same market.  More recently, Daniel Kaplan of SportsBusiness Journal reported that Kroenke proposed last week that his billionaire wife, Ann Walton Kroenke, would own the Rams.

Regardless of the specific proposal, the owners must approve the purchase of the team.

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5 Responses to “Vote on Kroenke's attempt to buy Rams could come in the summer”
  1. NFC North Resident says: May 11, 2010 8:57 PM

    eff the vikings

  2. ethan robert says: May 11, 2010 9:00 PM

    Where are your invisible friends when you really need them?

  3. prophet of the light says: May 12, 2010 3:47 AM

    If the owners want to rape the rams … they should vote no.

  4. NoKoolaidCowboy says: May 12, 2010 6:17 AM

    Must suck to be a Rams fan knowing that their team is going to be sold but not much is really going to change.
    Same ‘ol, same ‘ol…

  5. ethan robert says: May 12, 2010 10:48 AM

    Apparently the problem has been solved with the sale of the Avs to a distant relative, the reclusive Stanislaus Kroenke of “somewhere in Latvia”. The Nuggets will be sold to another reclusive Latvian relative who goes by the name “S. Kroenke”.
    Terms of the sales were not disclosed and neither of the two new owners is expected to make any changes in the structure of the organizations.

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