Hundreds of newly released court exhibits pull back the curtain on how the Rams left St. Louis.
Penning is the first UNI Panther ever selected in the first round of the NFL Draft.
From the red-carpet fashions to the post-selection reactions, check out the best photos from the opening round of the 2022 NFL Draft Thursday night in Las Vegas.
The Kansas City Chiefs have confirmed that they are looking at possible sites in Kansas for when their lease at Arrowhead Stadium expires in nine years.
Record-breaking heat and dry conditions will be replaced with rain and cold air as an unsettled weather pattern moves into the Southwest.
Instead of basking in the spotlight Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes ran across the field, bobbing and weaving around players and media, to meet his counterpart – Bills quarterback Josh Allen – to share a hug and pats on the back.
Jim Polzin stepped into a new role in June, going from University of Wisconsin men’s basketball beat reporter to Lee Sports Wisconsin columnist.
The mayor rejects idea of tearing down the Dome, saying it gives St. Louis a ‘unique niche’ in the convention business.
How to divvy up an estimated $500 million between the city, county and Dome authority still has to be negotiated.
In a weekly press briefing, St. Louis County Executive Sam Page answers questions about the settlement with the Rams.
St. Louis and St. Louis County officials said in a statement that they are determining how the money will be allocated.
Read previous St. Louis Post-Dispatch coverage of the relocation lawsuit against the National Football League, the Rams and team owner Stan Kroenke.
The NFL has reached a historic agreement with the city of St. Louis, St. Louis County, and the Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority over the Rams' relocation.
St. Louis was the old guy wearing a cheap suit and a comb-over, sitting in the courtroom, listening while our lawyers argue that our lovely young wife should not have been allowed to leave us.
The NFL’s team owners, a band of billionaire brothers, are getting nervous as the St. Louis lawsuit over the Rams’ relocation forces them to make some very uncomfortable decisions on financial disclosure. Ben Frederickson joins Tod Robberson to discuss the issue. Video by Chris Drury/Post-Dispatch
Post-Dispatch sports columnist Ben Frederickson and ESPN senior writer Seth Wickersham discuss what comes next for the Rams relocation lawsuit as it plays out, and how the timing of a trial could make a Super Bowl sized headache for the league.
St. Louis judge granted the NFL's and Rams' motion to disqualify plaintiff's lawyer Robert Blitz from the case.
Stan Kroenke, the National Football League and other executives failed to block an inquiry into their financial records.
A look back at the Monsters of the Midway through the years.
Hundreds of pages of court documents obtained by the Post-Dispatch shine a light on NFL's efforts to support Rams' relocation to Los Angeles.
Choosing only five stories from a career that dates to 1997 wasn’t easy. I’ve been blessed to interview a lot of interesting people and cover a lot of outstanding teams and games during that stretch.
The Wisconsin native has been covering sports in the state for over two decades and spent the past 10 seasons on the UW men's basketball beat.
Jim Polzin is announced as the Lee Sports Wisconsin Columnist, where he will write stories covering all levels of sports throughout the state.
McIntosh said he’s “humbled and excited” to be taking over for Barry Alvarez, who’s retiring June 30.
“Certainly my style is different from Barry’s,” McIntosh said in the biggest understatement of the day. “Barry has his own unique style. It’s been well-documented. Swagger is a term that he has trademarked. I have my own style, and I’m comfortable with how I am.”