EARTH CITY, MO- JANUARY 17: (L TO R) St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke, new head coach Jeff Fisher and Executive Vice President of Football Operations & Chief Operating Officer Kevin Demoff take questions from the media during a press conference at the Russell Training Center on January 17, 2012 in Earth City, Missouri. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)
The public got its first look at the St. Louis Rams' vision for the Edward Jones Dome on Monday. The Missouri Attorney General's office released the very comprehensive plan which had been the subject of a Sunshine Law dispute. Despite the documents being made public, the team is not commenting.
Rams' COO Kevin Demoff released a statement to the media following the release of the Dome proposal on Monday that read:
"The Rams lease with the CVC requires that on March 1, 2015 the Edward Jones Dome and specified components of the stadium rank among the First Tier of NFL stadiums. First Tier is defined as among the Top 8 NFL stadiums. In accordance with the lease, the Rams submitted on April 30th the Rams 2012 Plans to bring the Edward Jones Dome up to the First Tier standard. The First Tier process and procedure is confidential under the parties' agreements. The Rams will continue to respect those confidentiality obligations and will not comment on the Rams' plans or the process we are following."
In other words, the documents may be out there, but the Rams will not be talking about them.