Now, those Ferguson demonstrators — who once had a stranglehold on media coverage — plan on bringing their issues back to the forefront by threatening to shut down this week's St. Louis Rams game.
The threat to get into Edward Jones Dome and stop Sunday's Cowboys-Rams game was first announced at a St. Louis County Council meeting Tuesday night.
"It's not going to be a fun day Sunday at your beautiful Rams game," one protester reportedly shouted.
KMOX reports that St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson is doing whatever he can to stop those threats from becoming a reality.
"We are having extra resources in the downtown area for this weekend to address any eventuality," he said.
Dotson said that if a peaceful demonstration was held the police would not interfere, but if things get out of hand, the he will shut them down.
Besides threatening this weekend's game, protesters said they would disrupt grocery stores as well as hold an even bigger demonstration if the St. Louis Cardinals make it to this year's World Series.
A video posted on YouTube titled "St. Louis Rams: No Justice, No Football," is even asking for donated tickets so more demonstrators can get into the game.
"So all of those St. Louis Rams fans who love justice, I will ask you to contact me and to donate your St. Louis Rams tickets so protesters can get in the dome," says activist Umar Lee in the video.