Los Angeles California.- The historical champions parade Rams drew hundreds of fans to the Los Angeles Coliseum area where fans began arriving early.
It took more than 20 years for the Los Angeles team to achieve its second trophy in the superbowl. However, this Wednesday the fans, players, team administration and Los Angeles authorities assured that the wait was worth it.
Among the awards the team received were the keys to the city of Los Angeles and Inglewood and February 16 was decreed as Los Angeles Rams Day.
“This is unbelievable,” Rams quarterback Mathew Stafford said. The player was responsible for the winning touchdown. Stafford said he didn’t see the last play, but described the moment as surreal.
While there was no motorcade with the Lakers, another champion team in town, Rams player Cooper Kupp, listed as the season’s most valuable man, paid tribute to Kobe Bryan by wearing a jersey with the numbers used by the world basketball star
The message from the Los Rams players was one of thanks and preparation for next season, whose closing game will take place in Arizona.
Secrets of the triumph of the Rams
Discipline, consistency and commitment, that’s how the coach described the Los Angeles team players. Among the most curious anecdotes of the Super Bowl champion team’s training was having a replica of the Vince Lombardi trophy in all their practices.
The party at the Los Angeles Coliseum, the former home of the Rams, was in the eyes of the entire world during the short but long-awaited ceremony in the city.
During the midday rally, the winners of Super Bowl 56 announced their goals for the franchise for the next season. However, there are strong rumors of departures and retirements of members of the Los Angeles team.
Massive celebration of Los Rams without masks
The outdoor party coincided with the relaxation of the measure of the use of masks by the Los Angeles health authorities.
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The Rams caravan of champions puts on the big party in Los Angeles