From 7:30-11:00 in the morning of February 14th, in the 56th Super Bowl in Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 and won the championship! Rams wide receiver Cooper Karp wins Super Bowl MVP! The halftime show will feature Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Dr.Dre, Kendrick Lamar!
At the age of 36, Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay has led the team to two Super Bowls and is regarded as one of the best coaches in the league with a bright future.
But Sean McVay isn’t limiting future possibilities. According to reporters, if the Los Angeles Rams win the Super Bowl, Sean McVay may leave the NFL to become a TV commentator with an annual salary of at least $10 million.
Asked if he would be coaching until he was 60, Sean McVay responded in the negative, saying: “I love [coaching] so much…but I’m getting married this summer and I want to have a family. I think hard work A balanced schedule is necessary.”
“I really don’t know. I know I love rugby and give a lot to the game … but if you ask me what I want to do? I want to have a family and spend time with them.”
Sean McVay and Los Angeles Rams head coach Les Snead extended their contracts with the team in 2019 until the end of the 2023 season. Since taking office in 2017, Sean McVay has led the team to a 61-29 record (including the playoffs), three NL West titles and two NL titles.
The Los Angeles Rams added starting tight end Tyler Higbee and backup offensive lineman Joe Noteboom to injured reserve Friday, both of whom will miss the Super Bowl.
To fill the roster void, the Los Angeles Rams activated running back Darrell Henderson and defensive lineman Sebastian Joseph-Day to the roster.
Tyler Higbee has yet to practice with a knee injury in the NFC Championship game, and his chances of playing are slim. Joe Noteboom, who suffered a chest injury, was limited to Thursday’s practice, but it was the only time he’s been in practice for the past two weeks.
Tyler Higbee played 15 regular-season games in 2021, completing 61 catches for 560 yards and 5 touchdowns. Kendall Blanton came in in his stead after he was injured in the NFC Championship game, finishing with five catches for 57 yards.
Kendall Blanton had a touchdown in the previous divisional playoff win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
To help the second-line lineup, Los Angeles Rams, 37-year-old security Eric Weddle, the fire line, helped Los Angeles Rams in the past three weeks to continue the playoffs journey .
But this does not mean Eric Weddle will continue to fight for 2022 season. When you participate in the broadcast show, Eric Weddle is clearly stated that you will return to the retired state after your super bowl.
“I know that I don’t have to prepare for the next season, don’t consider the seasons, even last week, I don’t have to consider the super bowl. I feel very good. I just got all my best to play.” Eric Weddle said, “After the super bowl, I will return to the life, I will not come back again. I will not join another team and will not play another game again. No, no, no, no. “
Eric Weddle completed 9 cuddles in Sunday, San Francisco 49ers, the same game
Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay said Saturday that wide receiver Robert Woods suffered a torn ACL in Friday’s practice and will be out for the season.
Sean McVay told reporters: “Sorry for Robert Woods, he’s a role model for this team. A very good contender, a very gritty player, a very good football player, a good man. It’s just unfortunate.”
The Los Angeles Rams previously signed Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who will also play Monday Night against the San Francisco 49ers.
Robert Woods has played a major role on the offense since joining the Los Angeles Rams in 2017. In addition to catching the ball, Robert Woods is also very good at screening and even rushing the ball when necessary.
This season, Robert Woods has 45 catches for 556 yards and four touchdowns, second only to Cooper Kupp on the team.
Von Miller won’t play for the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday until he nears a full recovery from the ankle injury.
If Von Miller doesn’t play Monday night against the San Francisco 49ers, he could use the bye week to resume his recovery. After the bye week, the Los Angeles Rams will face the Green Bay Packers in 11.28.
According to reports, the Los Angeles Rams plan to briefly test Von Miller’s recovery before Monday night’s game before making a final decision.
Earlier this month, the Los Angeles Rams traded Denver Broncos with a second-round pick and a third-round pick for Von Miller. But his injury was more serious than the Los Angeles Rams expected.
Von Miller has 4.5 sacks in seven games for the Denver Broncos this season.
On Wednesday, the Los Angeles Rams officially announced that safety Eric Weddle will return from retirement to join the team’s practice lineup.
Los Angeles Rams defensive core Jordan Fuller injured his ankle in the game against the San Francisco 49ers and required surgery to confirm the season. The second-tier lineup also had two other injuries: safety Taylor Rapp (concussion) and cornerback Darious Williams (shoulder).
In addition, the Los Angeles Rams signed two defensive backs Blake Countess and Sharrod Neasman to the practice lineup and promoted Jake Gervase to the roster.
Eric Weddle, who retired after the 2019 season, was the captain of the defensive team and had the right to make on-the-spot tactical arrangements. He made six Pro Bowls and two All-NBA teams in his previous career.
On Tuesday, Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. tested positive for the new crown. At present, Los Angeles Rams has closed the team’s training facilities, and all activities within two days will be carried out remotely.
Odell Beckham Jr. was added to the new crown reserve list along with eight other players, and the tight end Tyler Higbee was removed from the list, confirming the previous false positive results.
Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay said: “There is no doubt that this is one of the most challenging situations in the two years since the beginning of the new crown epidemic. This is especially true considering the number of infected players and staff.”
In addition to Los Angeles Rams, Cleveland Browns, Atlanta Falcons, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings and Washington Football Team are also implementing league security protection regulations. Sean McVay said: “The scariest thing for me is that everyone we talked about was vaccinated…. They all did what they should do, and I believe they did the necessary protection…. We thought this stage It has passed long ago, but as a result, additional layers of protection are needed. This is the most shocking to me.”