Brandin Cook, a broad receiver of the Los Angeles frame, helped a member of the organization last week who was doing a lot behind the scenes.
The chefs gave Alfonso García, the team owner and his son two tickets to the Super Bowl LIII, as well as back and forth flights. Rams, who will host New England Patriots on Sunday, tweeted a video about Cook's interaction with Garcia.
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The chefs who, after the first season with Rami, have been traded from patriots, were asked about his act of kindness on Tuesday, according to the US today.
"Oh man, Alfonso – the guy is special, man. He keeps the final shape of our locker. He has such a special soul. Someone I found when I got there and I see him all the time. I just felt like he had a special vision that he was part of this success, and I wanted him to be at the Super Bowl with his son to enjoy it, ”Cook said.
This is the second straight year. Cooks will be a Super Bowl. Last year he went to Patriot, but he had to be able to leave the game because of the shocks.
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Rams is looking for his first Super Bowl victory since 2000.