The Rams are the only NFL franchise to win championships in three cities — Cleveland (1945), Los Angeles (1951, 2021) and St. Louis (1999).
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Los Angeles, CA
Population: 3,849,297 (2021)
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The Rams were founded in 1936 in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1946, the team relocated to Los Angeles, making the NFL the first coast-to-coast professional sports entertainment industry.
The Rams made their first Super Bowl appearance in 1980 when they were eventually defeated by the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-19.
Following the 1994 season, the Rams moved to St. Louis. Five seasons after relocating, the St. Louis Rams, led by Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner, won their first Super Bowl in 2000, defeating the Tennessee Titans, 23-16.
The Rams returned to Los Angeles before the 2016 NFL season.
The Rams won their second Super Bowl trophy when they defeated the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI, 23-20.
Seasons: 87 (1937-2023)
Winningest Coach: (W-L-T) John Robinson (75-68-0)
Super Bowl Titles: 2
Record going into 2023 season: (W-L-T) 604-592-21
Playoff Record: 26-27
Most Career Yards Rushing:Steven Jackson, 10,138 (2004-12)
Most Career Yards Passing:Jim Everett, 23,758 (1986-93)
Most Career Receptions:Isaac Bruce, 942 (1994-2007)
Most Career Sacks: Deacon Jones, 159.5 (1961-71)*
Most Career Interceptions: Eddie Meador, 46 (1959–70)
Most Career Points:Jeff Wilkins, 1,223 (1997-2007)
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