St. Louis Rams To Celebrate Primetime Legends Around Thursday Night Football Game

Posted Sep 24, 2013

- A limited number of tickets for the Thursday Night Game as well as the pregame special event are available -

Throughout the St. Louis Rams Thursday Night Football game vs. the San Francisco 49ers this Thursday, the Rams will recognize alumni who have been instrumental in shaping Rams history. The following legends who played between 1957 and 2008 are scheduled to attend: Jon Arnett, Lester Josephson, Maxie Baughan, Tom Mack, Roger Brown, Isiah Robertson, Willie Ellison, Jim Youngblood, Cody Jones, Dennis Harrah, Monte Jackson, Jackie Slater, Kent Hill, LeRoy Irvin, Eric Dickerson, Jim Everett, Aeneas Williams, D’Marco Farr, Isaac Bruce, Orlando Pace, Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk and Torry Holt. Combined, these 23 alumni have appeared in more than 80 NFL Pro Bowls.

Prior to the Rams vs. 49ers primetime contest, the Rams will also host Celebrate Primetime with Rams Legends in the Ferrara Theater, located in America’s Center, at 4 p.m.  Rams legends Isaac Bruce, Eric Dickerson, Dennis Harrah, Torry Holt, Tom Mack and Jackie Slater will be in attendance to reflect on their time with the Rams and in the National Football League. The special event will be moderated by Steve Savard, the voice of the Rams on 101 ESPN.

Admission for the event is free for season ticket holders or $20 for non-season ticket holders. Limited tickets are available for purchase at Special ticket pricing for the 49ers game is also available in conjunction with the Celebrate Primetime with Rams Legends purchase.  Everyone who attends must be pre-registered. For additional information, please call (314) RAMS-TIX.

About the St. Louis Rams
A member of the National Football League, the St. Louis Rams moved to St. Louis in 1995 and delivered a World Championship and two NFC Championships to the Gateway City.  Now under the guidance of Head Coach Jeff Fisher, General Manager Les Snead and Executive Vice President of Football Operations/Chief Operating Officer Kevin Demoff, the Rams are poised to return winning football to the St. Louis community. As a professional sports team, the Rams also recognize their unique ability to help raise both awareness and money for issues and causes relevant to their fans and fellow citizens. The organization is committed to being a valuable civic partner and benefiting the bi-state region 365 days a year.  For more information, visit