The Los Angeles Rams will spend their first full day in Atlanta in advance of Super Bowl LIII Monday, preparing for Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots and taking part in “Super Bowl Opening Night.”
The event at State Farm Arena is best known for players answering unconventional questions from individuals representing non-mainstream organizations.
The Rams arrived in Atlanta Sunday night. After leaving the plane, the team was greeted by Hall of Fame defensive end Jack Youngblood, who played for the Rams from 1971-84, who gave them their Super Bowl LIII hats.
Earlier Sunday, the Rams hosted a rally for fans at the site of the team’s under-construction stadium in Inglewood.
Hundreds of people showed up to cheer on the team at LA Stadium at Hollywood Park, where the Rams and Chargers will begin playing in 2020.
The brief rally began shortly after 10 a.m., with Rams coach Sean McVay and players including All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald, kicker Greg Zuerlein and punter Johnny Hekker briefly taking turns at the microphone, exhorting the crowd with the familiar “Whose House?” “Rams House!” chant.
The rally also included giveaways, food trucks, merchandise sales and a performance by the Rams cheerleaders.