St. Louis Rams To Host Green Bay Packers On Sunday

Posted Oct 19, 2012

-Fans encouraged to use 11th and 6th Street exits from I-64 eastbound; Stadium/Tucker exit from I-64 westbound; or all 1-70 exits due to Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon-

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Rams will host the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, October 21 with kickoff set for 12 p.m. The game, which is presented by Bud Light, will air on KTVI-Fox 2.  The game will also be broadcast on 101 ESPN.  A limited number of tickets remain, and can be purchased at or at the Edward Jones Dome box office starting at 9 a.m. on Sunday.

Due to Sunday’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon taking place in downtown St. Louis, fans traveling to the game are encouraged to use the 11th and 6th street exits from I-64 eastbound and the Stadium/Tucker exit from I-64 westbound in addition to all I-70 exits. Two lanes of eastbound traffic will remain open however fans will be unable to travel north along Jefferson from I-64 due to road closures associated with the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon. All the road closures in the immediate Edward Jones Dome area will be open by 8:30 a.m. All road closures along the race route will be open by 3 p.m.

Below are some of the highlights taking place at Sunday’s game:

Rams Welcome Alum Adam Timmerman
During the first quarter, the Rams will welcome back Super Bowl Champion and Pro Bowl offensive guard Adam Timmerman to the Edward Jones Dome.

Rams Recognize Wounded Warrior
The Rams will recognize Sergeant Angela Peacock as part of the Solider Salute at the start of the second quarter. Sergeant Peacock served in the United States Army for seven years from 1998-2004. In 2003, Peacock deployed with the 1st Armored Division to Baghdad, Iraq. During her service in Iraq, Peacock was medevac'd due to Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and several non-combat related injuries. Angela was then medically retired as a Sergeant and subsequently moved back to her hometown of St. LouisMO where she suffered in silence before receiving help for her injuries from the Wounded Warrior Project. Since then, Peacock has become a peer mentor with the Wounded Warrior Project to help other wounded warriors who are enduring the same medical battles.

St. Louis Rams Official Bud Light Tailgate Party at Baer Park
At 9 a.m., the Bud Light Tailgate Party at Baer Park opens and features live music by Reunion, Rams merchandise, beer specials and the Bud Light Fantasy Football Zone.  Fans can also enjoy appearances from Rams Cheerleaders and Rams alumni, and reduced pricing on food and beverages, as well as an interactive kids’ corner.

The Fun Continues in the Bud Light Party Zone
Fans looking to enter the Edward Jones Dome early can enjoy the Bud Light Party Zone – the largest sports bar in St. Louis, which is available to all ticket holders. For early admittance to the Bud Light Party Zone, fans can enter gate C beginning at 10 a.m. All gates will open at 10:30 a.m.

Rams Players and Front Office Executives Purchase Tickets for Youth to Attend Game
The following players are participating in the “Rams’ All-Community Team” ticket donation program: Sam Bradford, Michael Brockers, Craig Dahl, Harvey Dahl, Jo-Lonn Dunbar, Cortland Finnegan, Bradley Fletcher, Chris Givens, Mario Haggan, William Hayes, Josh Hull, Steven Jackson, Lance Kendricks, Kendall Langford, James Laurinaitis, Chris Long, Rocky McIntosh, Quintin Mikell, Isaiah Pead, Austin Pettis, Brian Quick, Robert Quinn, Rodger Saffold, Eugene Sims, Darian Stewart, Robert Turner and Scott Wells.

Head coach Jeff Fisher is also participating in the program. Each week, Fisher will donate 99 tickets to a group or organization. General manager Les Snead, executive vice president of football operations/chief operating officer Kevin Demoff and executive vice president of sales and marketing/chief revenue officer Bob Reif have also purchased tickets through the program.