Will the Rams move back to Los Angeles? ESPN Radio’s Steve Mason thinks so

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Steve Mason of ESPN radio thinks the Rams will be going back to Los Angeles.

Tim Leiweke is leaving Maple Leaf Sports. He is the former president of Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG). The group owns the Los Angeles Kings, the Los Angeles Galaxy, part of the Los Angeles Lakers. Rams owner Stan Kronke is his old boss. Mason thinks the Rams will come to Los Angeles and Leiweke is the executive that will make that all happen.

There will be a new stadium where Hollywood Park is where Kronke just bought some land.

He says, “Dominos are falling. The Rams are coming back.”

Mason predicts that this plan will come together in 2017.

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