Brandin Cooks gave the Rams custodian Super Bowl tickets

Brandin Cooks gave the Rams custodian Super Bowl tickets

Brandin Cooks gave the Rams custodian Super Bowl tickets

Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips arrived at Super Bowl LIII on Sunday wearing a cowboy hat with his team-branded tracksuit and a fur coat on top.

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In a video that was uploaded to the team's Twitter page, Garcia can be seen walking into one of the stadium offices - and he is confused when he is greeted by Rams wide receiver Brandin Cooks. Of Cooks's gesture for Garcia, fellow Los Angeles wideout Robert Woods said to Jones "That's the type of teammate he is, and a leader".

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Cooks was traded from the Patriots to the Rams last offseason. "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".

The upcoming Super Bowl is also a rematch of the Rams/Patriots face-off in Super Bowl 36, which the Patriots won. "It's unfortunate, but at the same time, I'm beyond blessed".

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 franchise is making its first Super Bowl appearance since 2001 (XXXVI), when they fell to this same franchise at the Superdome, 20-17. "It's a blessing to be around you guys, for one, and to have this, and be with you guys at something so special?"

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