Nobody likes to move. But the Rams relocation from St. Louis to Los Angeles has been especially arduous.
Nearly 1 million pounds of equipment have already been transported by way of tractor trailers.
The moving staff had to pack up shoulder pads, trophies, whirlpool baths, and video monitors for watching the game. They also had to move Cliff, the taxidermied ram.
It took the Rams six weeks to move out of St. Louis, but the matter of where all this stuff can go is complicated. The football team won’t be able to move into its permanent Inglewood stadium until 2019.
In the meantime, the athletes will train at a hotel in Oxnard until they move to a longer-term facility at Cal Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks. The team’s corporate headquarters have been leased in Agoura Hills. [LAT] — Cathaleen Chen