Multiple Rams Players Visit Disneyland After Super Bowl LVI Win


This past weekend marked a historic victory for the Las Angeles Rams as they won Super Bowl LVI against the Cincinnati Bangles. This marks the franchise’s first Super Bowl victory while located in Las Angeles and its second overall win in the franchise’s existence. Their last victory was in 1999 at Super Bowl XXXIV against the Tennessee Titans while the Rams were still located in St. Louis, Missouri.

After celebrating their historic win some of the players decided to go to the place where all great winners go, Disneyland. It is usually a tradition for when a sports team wins a major championship an interviewer asks “What are you going to do next?” and either one or multiple plays say “I’m going to Disneyland!”. And this year’s Super Bowl champs keep that tradition alive. Though sadly last year’s champions, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, were unable to celebrate due to the park being closed due to the then COVID-19 Lockdowns.

Three players, the team’s QB Matthew Stafford, the WR Cooper Kupp and DT Aaron Donald all headed to the most magical place on earth with their families. They road on a parade float down Main Street with fans on each side of the street cheering them on. It isn’t surprising since most Disneyland guests are usually Californian locals.

Matthew Stafford had previously played for the Detroit Lions from 2009 – 2020. He was considered a great Quarterback but due to the awful luck that the franchise has had for over 60 years he was never able to win a Super Bowl ring. His career nearly ended in 2019 when multiple injuries in his back kept him from playing. After having extensive physical therapy he was able to pull through. Now finally having a Super Bowl ring the QB may be looking to retire.

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Source: FOX11

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