The Rams have settled a lease dispute with the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Bureau, allowing them to play a "home" game in London in 2012.
According to the team's lease with the Convention and Vistiors Bureau for occupying the Edward Jones Dome, all home games had to be played in St. Louis. The deal announced Tuesday states the team will be able to play in London during the 2012 season, on Oct. 28 vs. the Patriots.
The Rams, in exchange, will allow the Bureau to rent out the dome for other uses during football weekends they are out of town. The team will also pay temporary employees that work at the stadium their wages they would normally earn during a game.
No deal has been reached for games in 2013 and 2014, when the Rams are again slated to play in London.