The quest to keep the Super Bowl trophy in Los Angeles

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How the 2022 Los Angeles Chargers are trying to keep the Super Bowl trophy local

As they navigated south on the 101 and then 405 on July 22, Sebastian Joseph-Day and his wife, Rachel, recapped the night before, when the defensive lineman reunited with former teammates at Sony Pictures Studios to celebrate the Los Angeles Rams victory. It was an elaborate party, complete with a red carpet, flowing champagne and a DJ spinning Drake’s anthem, “Big Rings,” to set the mood as players opened their custom-designed, world-championship, 20-carat diamond rings.

“Unreal experience,” Joseph-Day described of the made-for-Hollywood season. “Unreal ring.”

The goal isn’t exactly “Keeping up with the Kroenkes” — in reference to Rams owner Stan Kroenke — but the 2021 Rams experience, from the big-name player acquisitions to playing in the final game in February, is one the Los Angeles Chargers would like to replicate.

As Joseph-Day and his wife continued on their drive, the conversation turned to a new beginning with the Chargers, a team that shares Southern California and SoFi Stadium but is headquartered more than 75 miles south of the Rams’ facility in Thousand Oaks.

“I was like, man, O.C.’s like a whole different side,” Joseph-Day said of Orange County, where the Chargers are located. “And she was like, ‘You know, this is still like part of L.A., right?’ And I was like, ‘What? This is?’ I was like, ‘Holy crap.'”

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