LOS ANGELES (AP) — The nation's second-largest city has waited nearly 22 years for Sunday.
When the Rams take the field in a sold-out Coliseum for their first regular-season home game of the season, the NFL will truly, officially return to Los Angeles.
A football-loving town had both of its teams simultaneously taken away by two owners with wanderlust after the 1994 season. ButStan Kroenke has brought the game back to a sprawling town that seems eager to unite behind the Rams.
"We all know it's going to be a great moment to run down that tunnel," said Rams defensive back T.J. McDonald, who went to college in LA. "It's going to be history."
And after all of that cathartic excitement and a pregame concert by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Rams (0-1) need to make sure they don't get trampled by the Seattle Seahawks.
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