The NFL announced on Monday afternoon that the St. Louis Rams had solved their ongoing dispute concerning their home stadium contract with the St. Louis Conventions & Visitors Commission (CVC). According the NFL, the dispute is over, and ticket sales for the Rams' 2012 game in London have resumed:
The Rams have achieved a resolution to the stadium lease issues that caused last week's delay in the sales process and are excited about bringing their team to London to host the AFC champion Patriots.
The Rams learned in late January that they would face the New England Patriots at Wembley Stadium in London, England. The October 28th game will be the first regular season game overseas for the Rams, as they begin a three-year tour of international sites.
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