Rams Celebrate Super Bowl LVI Win With Epic Parade in Downtown Los Angeles
A long time coming… The Rams paraded around downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday for a celebration of epic proportions. There were no boats like last year’s party in Tampa Bay, but there was certainly booze. Aaron Donald was shirtless the whole day. Cooper Kupp rocked the jersey of L.A. legend, Kobe Bryant. Odell Beckham Jr. sprayed fans with champagne. And Matthew Stafford pulled out the cigars. Sunday’s victory marked the franchise’s first Super Bowl since moving back to Southern California, so there was plenty to celebrate. The Hollywood sign was even changed to “RamsHouse” as the City of Angels went wild.
The Big Questions
Following Super Bowl LVI, there was speculation that head coach Sean McVay (36) and DT Aaron Donald (30) were considering retiring or stepping away. It didn’t appear that way on Wednesday with an intoxicated Donald declaring, “Why not run it back?”
Maybe they will. The Rams are currently $8 million over the salary cap with no first-round picks and a plethora of pending free agents. But run it back, they may.
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