Since it was announced that the NFL’s Rams relocated from St. Louis to Los Angeles, the logistics of the team’s move remained up in the air — specifically where they would train and hold practices.
Now, we have that answer.
According to Bob Buttitta of the Ventura County Star, the Rams have reached a tentative agreement with officials in Oxnard, Calif. that will allow the team to use the practice fields in Oxnard for OTAs and minicamp. Those are the same facilities that the Dallas Cowboys have used for training camp.
The agreement will have to be approved next week.
If it all goes through, the Rams would have their new training home from April 18 through June 17, while using a nearby property for meeting space and rooms.
However, the Rams would still need to find a place to hold activities later in the summer as the Cowboys hold an agreement with Oxnard through 2017.
It will be interesting to see how this all continues to play out.
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