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Football returns to Los Angeles as Rams, fans prepare for first preseason game

Fans of the St. Louis Rams hold a "Los Angeles Rams" sign against the San Diego Chargers during their NFL Game in San Diego, California.
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Fans of the St. Louis Rams hold a "Los Angeles Rams" sign against the San Diego Chargers during their NFL Game in San Diego, California.

When the Dallas Cowboys come to the Los Angeles Coliseum this weekend to play the newly-minted Los Angeles Rams, it will be the first time the famed venue has hosted a professional football game in 22 years.

When the Dallas Cowboys come to the Los Angeles Coliseum this weekend to play the newly-minted Los Angeles Rams, it will be the first time the famed venue has hosted a professional football game in 22 years.

Formerly based in St. Louis, the Rams have returned to L.A. and revived a fan base that has long been told that the NFL would return to Southern California.

What are you most looking forward to seeing? How will the new Los Angeles football team affect the local economy?

Guests:

Jack Wang, reporter covering the Rams for the L.A Daily News; he tweets

Ben Bergman, KPCC senior reporter covering business and the Southern California economy who has been following the Rams’ return to L.A.; he tweets

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