The game program from the Rams first regular season game after relocating to Los Angeles. The Rams fell to the Philadelphia Eagles, 25-14, in that game played on Sept. 29, 1946.
Red Grange in action. His barnstorming tour following the 1925 season attracted, for the first time, huge crowds to watch a pro football game.
Hall of Fame owner Dan Reeves moved the Rams from Cleveland to Los Angeles following the team's 1945 championship season. They became the first major sports franchise to move to the West Coast.