Saint Louis Rams

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A National Football League team based in Saint Louis, Missouri USA.

Founded:
Formerly known as: Cleveland Rams (1933-1945), Los Angeles Rams (1946-199__?).
Home stadium: The Dome At America's Center (formerly the Trans World Dome)
Uniform colors: Blue and Gold
Helmet design: Golden ram horns on a blue background
League championships won: 1945, 1951, 1998.

Franchise history

Cleveland Rams (1933-1945)

Los Angeles Rams (1946-199__?)

St. Louis Rams (199__? - present)

Players of note

Football Hall of Famers:
Current stars:
Retired numbers:
Not to be forgotten:

Cleveland Rams (1933-1945)

Bob Waterfield, quarterback

Los Angeles Rams (1946-199__?)

Norm Van Brocklin, quarterback.
Fearsome Foursome (1960s defensive line), included David "Deacon" Jones and Merlin Olson.
Tom Mack

St. Louis Rams (199__? - present)

Kurt Warner
Marshall Faulk

See also: Saint Louis, Missouri, American football, National Football League, Super Bowl, Saint Louis Cardinals, Saint Louis Blues.