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The Daily Dose: Woods Clutch on Third Downs, Sports Titan: Stan Kroenke

This offseason, will be taking a look around the internet for the top Rams headlines of the day. Here's a look at what's out there for Wednesday, Feb. 7th about your Los Angeles Rams:

Sports Titan: Stan Kroenke:

Stan Kroenke has a knack for business development. Not only is he the proud owner of the Los Angeles Rams, but he is also the owner of the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, an Esports team, and several other sports entities across the United States.

And now, he is putting $3 billion into the L.A. Stadium and Entertainment District at Hollywood Park — developing a 70,000 seat arena, 6,000 seat performing arts center, office space, hotel rooms, and residential units — to show just how fully he is committed to the L.A. market.

For more on Kroenke's vision and the development of the project, check out the Los Angeles Business Journal's profile by clicking here.

Woods Ranked No. 3 in Third-Down Conversions:

Wide receiver Robert Woods had a very impressive 2017, in his first year back in Los Angeles. Despite missing three games with a shoulder injury, the USC product still ranked No. 3 on the team in receptions, receiving yards, and touchdowns.

Plus, according to Pro Football Focus, Woods was the third-best receiver on third downs, with a 57.7 percent conversion rate. Of 26 targets, the wideout converted 15 into first downs or touchdowns.

Brown Gets High School Jersey Retired:

Right guard Jamon Brown took the time last week to visit his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. While there, his high school — Fern Creek — surprised him with a ceremony to have his jersey number retired. Brown's former teachers, coaches, close friends, and family were all in attendance to highlight the lineman's athletic achievements and his incredible journey thus far.

What a time to be alive!! Honored to have my Jersey retired at my high school!!

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