John Shaw's role as a member of the Rams' organization has come to an end.
Shaw told PFW correspondent and St. Louis Dispatch writer Jim Thomas on Thursday evening that he does not have an official role with the team as of the Super Bowl.
"I've known since the sale (to Stan Kroenke) that it was happening at some point. We all figured the Super Bowl was a good point for it to officially end. And I notified the league."
Shaw relinquished his title as Rams team president two years ago but had been their senior adviser/owners' representative.
The way we see it
Shaw's role with the team had diminished, but he was a big part of the "Greatest Show on Turf" and was a longtime, loyal member of the franchise. The big loss is that Shaw represented the team at league meetings, which is important considering the CBA negotiations going on at this time. It's undetermined who will be representing the team at league meetings going forward.