LOS ANGELES (AP) The Los Angeles Rams have finalized plans to build a temporary training complex in suburban Thousand Oaks.
The Rams and California Lutheran University announced an agreement Wednesday for the NFL team to train at the school for at least the next two seasons. The Rams are installing two practice fields, a parking lot and temporary modular buildings on the northwest corner of the campus. The university will keep the facilities after the team moves.
The team will train there during the regular season while it builds a permanent training complex, which is likely to be in the area. The Rams will hold their offseason workouts in Oxnard, California, at a hotel complex used by the Dallas Cowboys for training camp.
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