New York Giants offensive lineman Jamon Brown may not be playing in Super Bowl LIII against the New England Patriots, but that doesn't necessarily mean he won't get a ring if the Los Angeles Rams pull off the upset.
"We have to stay connected", he told the website. On February 3, Bill Belichick's squad will attempt to become the first team since the 1972 Miami Dolphins (Super Bowl VII) to win back the title after losing the "Big Game" the previous year. Add Super Bowl as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Super Bowl news, video, and analysis from ABC News.
"Hopefully everything I taught him, he doesn't do it and he just plays like he used to play before I taught him everything", Gurley said. "That's the type of teammate he is, and a leader". Someone that I found myself drawn to once I got there and I see him around the facility all the time.
"Oh, man, Alfonso - the guy is special, man", said Cooks. He keeps our locker room in tip-top shape.
No surprise, most of the nation will be rooting for the Los Angeles Rams to win the Super Bowl. "He has such a special soul", he explained. "He's a part of that success as well, and I wanted to make sure he was at the Super Bowl with his son to be able to enjoy".
Brown began the season with the Rams, appearing in six of their first eight games after serving a two-game suspension to start the year.
The Patriots face the Rams on Sunday evening at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.