Rams start moving out of Edward Jones Dome

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ST. LOUIS (KPLR) - We all know the Rams are moving to Los Angeles, but now we also know when they are taking their stuff with them.

It was Tuesday.

FOX 2 News obtained exclusive pictures of the move out of the Edward Jones Dome, and it appeared the Rams were leaving nothing behind but their footprints.

Movers were cleaning out the locker room most of the day, taking everything with them, including Gatorade coolers, exercise equipment, office files, copiers, instant replay gear, and even the first down chains.

We contacted Fry-Wagner, since their trucks were at the loading dock, and the guys in the pictures were wearing Fry-Wagner uniforms, but the moving company`s General Manager said they had a non-disclosure agreement with the Rams and could not say what services they may or may not be providing to the team.

But we did notice as the trucks pulled away at about 3:00 p.m. that one of them had the Rams logo on the side, and that both trucks turned toward Interstate 70 westbound.

We also contacted Rams spokesman Artis Twyman, who told us by text he was unaware of any moving trucks being used today.

We do not know if the Rams got everything today, but we do know they did not have to.

A spokesperson for the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission tells us the team`s lease at the dome through the end of March.