Monday, January 21, 2008

Eli, Giants will probably prove me wrong

Eli, Giants will probably prove me wrong
Terry Bradshaw says he'll probably pick the Pats, but Eli Manning and the Giants may very well defy the odds again.

Is it inevitable Rosenbloom will sell Rams?
As St. Louis Rams owner, Dale "Chip'' Rosenbloom will�not�become a hands-on owner like the Washington Redskins' Dan Snyder. Those who know Rosenbloom say he feels a great sense of responsibility in making it work in St. Louis, and he wants the team's fans to know that ownership cares.

But because of his film-making career and family interests in Los Angeles, it may be inevitable that he sells the team. Those who know Rosenbloom say he would be in no hurry to make a decision and that a sale won't be forced upon the family.

If the team is put up for sale, minority owner Stan Kroenke has the right of first refusal. Kroenke owns 40 percent of the Rams, a franchise valued at $908 million, according to Forbes. But because Kroenke now owns the NBA's Denver Nuggets and the NHL's Colorado Avalanche, the NFL's cross-ownership rule would prevent him from taking majority ownership of the Rams.

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