Was definitely a "spirited" get together. https://t.co/KmmqEsQVXj— Rand Getlin (@Rand_Getlin) February 19, 2016
Whether they sincerely enjoyed the facilities or out of convenience, the Los Angeles Rams have reached a tentative agreement with the city to use the site to host their organized team activities and minicamp in the run up to this year's training camp and preseason.
The offseason plan this year can begin on April 18. Rookie minicamps take place in May while last year's OTAs were spread out across June. Jeff Fisher has historically been the only NFL coach to not hold a mandatory minicamp for the entire roster, and I don't see any reason why that wouldn't be the case even with the relocation.
Dallas, of course, remains the tenant for their training camp. The Rams kicked off their training camp on July 31 in Earth City, Missouri, last year.
No word on where they will hold it this year, but the franchise's current lease on their headquarters runs out at the end of March so we should know soon.