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NFL sends survey to 185,000 fans in St. Louis area


As the stadium dance continues in L.A., there’s some unfinished business in Missouri. St. Louis hopes to keep the Rams via the construction of a new venue, and the NFL seems to be interested in fully exploring the possibility.

Via David Hunn of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the NFL has sent a survey to 185,000 St. Louis-area residents via email. NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy told Hunn that the survey has two goals. Initially, the survey is aimed at assessing the viability of a new stadium in St. Louis. Secondarily, the survey seeks information about the location, seating, and amenities St. Louis fans would prefer. (It sounds a lot like the survey sent earlier this year to fans in L.A.)

“Our role is to assess the viability of a stadium and inform how a stadium would be best built in a particular market,” McCarthy told Hunn.

A new stadium in St. Louis won’t necessarily house the Rams. There’s a chance that the Rams would move to L.A., and that another team (perhaps the Raiders) would relocate to St. Louis.