Oh baby! Rams' Jefferson wins Super Bowl, welcomes a son
APTOPIX Rams Bengals Super Bowl Football Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Van Jefferson (12) can't make the catch against Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Eli Apple during the second half of the NFL Super Bowl 56 football game Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022, in Inglewood, Calif. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez) (Marcio Jose Sanchez)LOS ANGELES — (AP) — Van Jefferson won the Super Bowl on Sunday, and it wasn't even the best part of his weekend. The Rams receiver welcomed a newborn son hours after Los Angeles beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20. Jefferson's wife, Samaria, attended the Super Bowl, but left on a stretcher during the game after going into labor. After the Rams finished off Cincinnati, Jefferson rushed to the hospital to join her, later posting a photo of himself holding his son. Jefferson had four catches for 23 yards in the Rams' victory over the Bengals to complete his second NFL season.wftv.com
Super Bowl LVI: Rams’ Van Jefferson leaves SoFi Stadium after win to welcome new son
Super Bowl Sunday will be one that Los Angeles Rams’ wide receiver Van Jefferson will never forget. >> Read more trending newsNot only did the Rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals to win the Lombardi Trophy, but Jefferson is also now a new dad again, ESPN reported. She said she would be 40 weeks pregnant on Super Bowl Sunday, but wasn’t going to miss being there, ESPN and The Athletic reported. Expand Autoplay Image 1 of 31 Super Bowl LVI The Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals warmed up before the NFL Super Bowl LVI in Inglewood, California. (Tony Gutierrez/Associated Press)Related content:•Super Bowl LVI: Ad spots divide viewers, but ‘Sopranos’ tribute, Doritos delight fans•Eminem: NFL officials say they knew rapper would take a knee during halftime show•Super Bowl LVI: Rams rally past Bengals, 23-20•Super Bowl LVI: Halftime hip-hop performers rap to stronger beat•Photos: Scenes from Super Bowl LVI•Photos: Super Bowl LVI celebrity sightings•Super Bowl LVI: Temperature at kickoff falls short of record high•Super Bowl LVI: Halftime show shines with hip-hop stars•Super Bowl LVI: Halftime show hits nostalgia sweet spot with viewers•Photos: Super Bowl LVI halftime show©2022 Cox Media Groupwftv.com
Florida vs. Oklahoma: How to watch, stream, listen
10 Florida will be without its top four pass catchers in the Cotton Bowl against eighth-ranked Oklahoma. ESPNLine: Oklahoma by 3Receivers Trevon Grimes and Kadarius Toney announced Monday they are skipping the game in Arlington, Texas, to prepare for their NFL futures. Their absences leave Florida trying to replace four guys who combined to catch 174 passes for 2,778 yards and 34 touchdowns in 2020. Toney was at his best this season, finishing with 70 catches for 984 yards and 10 touchdowns. He ended his college career with 1,590 yards receiving, 715 yards rushing and 16 total touchdowns.
Florida receivers Trevon Grimes, Kadarius Toney opt out of Cotton Bowl, enter draft
(AP Photo/John Bazemore)GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Florida receivers Trevon Grimes and Kadarius Toney are skipping the Cotton Bowl to prepare for their NFL futures. Grimes and Toney made their announcements Monday on Twitter, leaving the program two days before No. They are the second and third Florida players to opt out of the bowl, following tight end Kyle Pitts. Pitts is expected to be a top-15 draft pick, and Grimes and Toney also could go in the early rounds. Toney might not be quite as fast as Grimes, but he's one of the shiftiest players in the country.