The Lakers and Dodgers, who won the NBA Finals and the World Series respectively in October 2020, were unable to celebrate their titles with a victory show for themselves due to the Covid-19 pandemic and restrictions at the time.
What’s happening is the Rams’ Super Bowl victory show on Wednesday, February 16th.
A Rams spokesperson told CNN that the show will begin at 11 a.m. PT at Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles. The celebration culminates with a rally at the iconic Peristyle at the Los Angeles Coliseum.
During the traditional visit to Disney Resort for the winning Super Bowl, three of the Rams’ key players in the 23-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals — quarterback Matthew Stafford, wide receiver Cooper Cobb and defensive tackle Aaron Donald — all expressed interest in CNN’s Alex Thomas. Review of “City of Heroes”.
“That’s a great idea,” Cobb said. Donald has described the proposal as “psychedelic,” while Stafford says he thinks it “will get a lot of people out. I’m OK with that.”
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The link between Stafford and Cobb has been key to the Rams’ success this season.
Kupp had one of his best receiving seasons ever in 2021, leading the league in receptions (145), receiving yards (1,947) and receiving touchdowns (16) before recording the most catches in the postseason (33).
He was recently named the NFL Outstanding Player of the Year, capping the season with a stellar performance in the Super Bowl.
The 28-year-old finished Sunday’s game with eight goals for the team for 92 yards and two touchdowns, including a one-yard touchdown in the last two minutes which proved to be the game winner.
As a result, Cobb was named MVP in the Super Bowl, and Stafford paid tribute to him and their relationship.
“It was really a pleasure being able to work with a guy like Coop, really all of our guys are doing an incredible job,” the 34-year-old told CNN. “But I do spend a lot of time with Coop in the morning and after training too.
“And in that time, just talking to each other, figuring out how we can make plays work in some coverage, it’s revealed sometimes on game day.
“And last night, it helped us get the world championship back, and it’s something our team worked so hard for. So, I’m very happy that the work we put in helped everyone, it helped the team. What a great team to win Kent.”
As for Kupp, he admits that his Valentine’s Day plans with wife Anna will have to be delayed somewhat to accommodate the post-Super Bowl festivities.
“Wow, you really put me on the spot now,” he said with a smile when asked about the couple’s plans on February 14. “I think you guys got a little bit of our history, what you did for me during our time together.
“We started dating my last year of high school, which was what it was for me and kind of when I was going to college, and it allowed me to focus on football and providing for us.
“A lot of people don’t get married like sophomores in college, but we thought when you got married you’d be separated from your parents, and you’d have to figure your way out on your own.
“For her to be able to do this, for the sacrifices she made for so long, I just think she deserves the world so I’m so grateful to her and all she’s done for me and I’m sure we’ve got something fun planning.
“I don’t know if that will happen today; we may postpone Valentine’s Day for us a few days.”
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