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NFL, St. Louis reach $790M settlement on Rams’ relocation

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12/14/04 St. Louis, MO ? Gateway Arch—- View of Gateway Arch and St. Louis skyline on the bank of the Mississippi River in St. Louis, MO. the site of the 2005 Final Four . The arch reaches a height of 630 feet, which is also the distance from leg to leg at ground level. Construction of the arch began February 1963 and was completed July 1965. The arch is made of 142 sections of 1/4 inch stainless steel.Xxx C01 V2 St Louis 0113 S Bkc Mo

The NFL and the Rams have agreed to pay $790 million to the city of St. Louis to settle a 2017 lawsuit over the team’s move to Los Angeles, multiple outlets reported Wednesday.

According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the agreement does not include an expansion team for St. Louis.

It was not immediately clear how much of the settlement will be paid by the league and how much by Rams owner Stan Kroenke, who relocated the team in 2016.

St. Louis city and county officials were expected to make an official announcement on Wednesday.

Attorneys for Kroenke and the NFL were in St. Louis for a mediation session on Tuesday with lawyers representing St. Louis, St. Louis County and the Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority.

The lawsuit claimed that the NFL broke its own relocation guidelines and that the Rams misled the public on their plans to leave the city, costing St. Louis millions in revenue.

A trial date had been set for Jan. 10.

–Field Level Media