Former and current USC football players took to Twitter to react to the return of the Rams, and the NFL, to Los Angeles.
Rams safety T.J. McDonald, who is the lone Trojan on the St. Louis roster, tweeted a thank you message to the city which has been his home since 2013.
McDonald also took the time to retweet a message from USC fans welcoming him back to southern California.
More unaffiliated former Trojans celebrated the Rams return to the Southland:
Former Trojan walk-on Zach Kusnir, however, was skeptical of decision to bring the NFL back to LA:
Meanwhile Dion Bailey offered some analysis for the move relating to finances and traffic:
Current players like defensive lineman Rasheem Green expressed their pleasure by retweeting other LA sports figures while receiver Robby Kolanz and linebacker Olajuwon Tucker were ecstatic:
Though not a Trojan, UCLA’s Jaleel Wadood was retweeted by Tucker hoping for the good fortune of extending his stay in LA via a Rams selection in the draft:
Trojans fans, are you excited for the Rams, and potentially the Chargers, to bring the NFL back to Los Angeles? Sound off in the comments below.