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NFL to host COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Super Bowl



The NFL is partnering with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s, the NFL’s interactive football theme park. Super Bowl Experience will be taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center from Saturday, February 5 – Sunday, February 6 and from Thursday, February 10 – Saturday, February 12.

The NFL encourages everyone coming to Los Angeles for Super Bowl and Super Bowl Week activities to have up to date COVID-19 vaccinations which includes a booster dose, if eligible.

The vaccination clinic will be hosted in the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center. Appointments are encouraged as scheduling an appointment will reduce wait times but not required. Fans can schedule a vaccine appointment on the MyTurn website. Fans ages five (5) and up will be eligible to receive a vaccination:

  • ALL minors aged 5-17: A consent form signed by a parent or legal guardian is required and those ages 5-15 must also be accompanied by their parent, legal guardian, or a responsible adult.

The vaccination clinic will offer first, second, booster doses of the Pfizer, Moderna, and Janssen (J&J) vaccines and pediatric doses of the Pfizer vaccine.


  • Fans who are not fully vaccinated need to provide proof of a recent negative test result to enter the South Hall Lobby of the Los Angeles Convention Center.
  • The negative test must have been taken 24 hours if rapid antigen test or 48 hours if PCR and is required for anyone ages two (2) and older.
  • Anyone not vaccinated that has tested positive for COVID-19 within 90 days, will still need proof of negative test to enter.
  • Fans arriving to receive a booster dose will be able to enter with proof of their full vaccination status.

Fans who receive any dose of the vaccine at the on-site clinic will receive a free ticket to Super Bowl Experience, redeemable on the day they receive their dose or for a future date that Super Bowl Experience is operational.

During opening weekend (Saturday, Feb 5 & Sunday, Feb 6) children ages 12 and under who receive a vaccine will receive a free SBXTRA ticket while supplies last (*SBXTRA ticket details below).

“Our partnership with the NFL allows people to come together safely and experience the very best of American football. Straightforward public health measures including vaccinations, testing, masking and hand hygiene make it possible for so many to enjoy the Super Bowl Experience. We thank the NFL and all the fans for taking care of each other throughout the football season and look forward to welcoming everyone to an extraordinary Super Bowl in beautiful Los Angeles,” said DR. BARBARA FERRER, Director of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

“California is excited to host this year’s Super Bowl and welcome fans from across the country to the Golden State. We are working closely with the NFL and Los Angeles County to ensure COVID-19 mitigation strategies are in place that allow people to enjoy this important event safely,” said California HHS Secretary, DR. MARK GHALY. “It is equally important that we all continue to take steps to protect ourselves and our friends and families as we enjoy the game and the surrounding events, whether it be at the game, at home or in our community.”

Vaccination Clinic Hours of Operation:

Saturday, February 511 AM – 8 PM
Sunday, February 69 AM – 6 PM
Monday, February 7CLOSED
Tuesday, February 8CLOSED
Wednesday, February 9CLOSED
Thursday, February 102 PM – 8 PM
Friday, February 112 PM – 8 PM
Saturday, February 129 AM – 8 PM
Sunday, February 13CLOSED

Entry requirements for Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s will follow current LA County Department of Public Health guidelines for entry into Indoor Mega Events. Fans will need to provide proof of full vaccination OR proof of a recent negative test result. All fans ages 18 and older must also present a photo identification. Current Public Health guidelines for Indoor Mega Events can be found on the LA County Public Health website.

If fans arrive at Super Bowl Experience and are unable to meet pre-entry full vaccination requirements, the NFL has partnered with Medea Testing Solutions (Medea) to provide free COVID-19 rapid antigen testing with $0 out-of-pocket cost to fans.

Testing will take place in Gilbert Lindsay Plaza in front of the Los Angeles Convention Center. Appointments are encouraged as scheduling an appointment will reduce wait times but not required. Fans can pre-register HERE for an appointment. On-site testing will be available during the following times –

Testing Site Hours of Operation:

Saturday, February 511 AM – 9 PM
Sunday, February 69 AM – 7 PM
Monday, February 7CLOSED
Tuesday, February 8CLOSED
Wednesday, February 9CLOSED
Thursday, February 102 PM – 9 PM
Friday, February 112 PM – 9 PM
Saturday, February 129 AM – 9 PM
Sunday, February 13CLOSED

Fans can visit for more information and updates prior to the event.

Tickets for Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s start at $20 and kids 12 and under can attend FREE any day. Tickets are on sale now at or in the NFL OnePass app. NO convenience fees will be applied to purchases on Ticketmaster. Fans can also purchase tickets at the Super Bowl Experience box office, located at the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center.

The NFL OnePass app is required for entry into Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s. For more information and a complete schedule of events for Super Bowl Experience, fans can visit and download the NFL OnePass app. Fans who download and register for the NFL OnePass app will also be entered for a chance to win a pair of tickets to Super Bowl LVI.

SBXTRA tickets include a general ticket to Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s which is required for entry into the event. SBXTRA allows fans priority access to their favorite Super Bowl Experience attractions ALL DAY beginning at the time slot purchased. Fans can look for the SBXTRA sign at the following attractions:

• Autograph Stage (1 autograph for each SBXTRA purchase)
• Vince Lombardi Trophy (1 photo for each SBXTRA purchase)
• Interactive Games (unlimited access)

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Los Angeles

Stafford, Kupp, Donald Anchor and Lead L.A. Rams to 23-20 Super Bowl LVI Win Over Bengals



(l-r): Walter Payton Man of the Year Andrew Whitman, Matt Stafford and Aaron Donald celebrate winning Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California Sunday, February 13, 2022. Photo: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images.

INGLEWOOD, Calif. – Super Bowl LVI came down to three men: Aaron Donald, Cooper Kupp and Matt Stafford.

This win checked a lot of boxes for the L.A. Rams: this is their first Super Bowl win in L.A.; Kupp, Donald and Stafford enjoyed their first-ever Super Bowl wins, and Sean McVay is one of the (if not the) youngest coach(es) to win a Super Bowl. Additionally, the Rams continued the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ precedent of winning a Super Bowl in their own home stadium.


First Half

The L.A. Rams had an aggressive start to the big game, scoring the first touchdown with 6:26 left in the first quarter thanks to Stafford’s 17-yard deep right pass to Odell Beckham Jr.

The Bengals answered with McPherson’s 29-yard field goal with 31 seconds left, and the scoring remained 7-3 for the quarter.

In the second quarter, Stafford led the Rams to a second touchdown with an 11-yard pass to Cooper Kupp, but unfortunately the extra point failed due to the a ball drop before Matt Gay could get his foot on it.

The Bengals scored their first touchdown with Mixon’s six-yard touchdown pass to Higgins in the second quarter, heading into halftime with the Rams leading 13-10.

After an explosive Pepsi Halftime Show featuring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, and Mary J. Blige, the game resumed and the Bengals brought the pressure, scoring twice in the third.


Second Half

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow opened the quarter with an explosive drive, throwing a 75-yard touchdown bomb to Higgins, flipping the lead to Cincinnati, 17-13. They got on the board again with McPherson’s 38-yard field goal just five minutes after the touchdown, giving them a 20-13 lead at the end of the third quarter.

The Rams came into the fourth quarter with a deficit and the triad of Stafford, Kupp and Donald buoyed the Rams to their historic come-from-behind win. Matt Gay’s 41-yard field goal put the Rams back on the board 20-16.

The final two minutes of Super Bowl LVI were by far the most electric, given the flurry of penalties, but the talk of the night will forever focus on Cooper Kupp and Aaron Donald. Stafford had found Kupp with 1:44 left in the game for a four-yard touchdown pass, but it was nullified due to penalties on both sides: holding for the Rams and unnecessary roughness for the Bengals.

It didn’t matter. On the Rams’ next possession, Stafford made the turnaround play of the game, tossing to Kupp for one-yard for the touchdown, making the score 23-20 for the Rams.

On the Bengals’ next possession, Aaron Donald shone on defense, death-gripping the offense for yards lost. His play of the night was the final sack on Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow on the Bengals’ fourth down, putting the ball back in LA’s possession. Despite 39 seconds being left in the game, Stafford took a knee to end the game and secure the win for the Rams.

Odell Beckham Jr. got injured and couldn’t finish out the game, and he cried epic tears in the end as he watched his team win the Super Bowl.


Mellissa Thomas is Editor for Florida National News. |

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Rams’ Cooper Kupp named Super Bowl LVI MVP



Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp named Super Bowl LVI MVP. (Photo by J Willie David, III / FNN News Los Angeles / Florida National News)

INGLEWOOD, Calif. (FNN) – Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp hauled Super Bowl LVI Most Valuable Player honors after hauling in the game-winning pass in his team’s 23-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at SoFi Stadium.

Kupp, the AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year, had two touchdowns in the victory, with a game-high eight catches for 92 yards and two TDs.

Kupp had four catches and a seven-yard run for a fourth-down conversion on the game-winning drive, which saw the Rams take over with 6:13 to go and ended with his go-ahead score.

Source: NFL

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Los Angeles

Rams Coach Sean McVay Talks Super Bowl Prep in First and Only In-Person Interviews



LA Rams head coach Sean McVay talks with the press in the team's only in-person media availability in Thousand Oaks, California Friday, February 11, 2022. Photo: J. Willie David III/Florida National News.

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (FNN SPORTS) – The L.A. Rams trained for an hour and 40 minutes at California Lutheran University’s William Rolland Stadium. As is the case during the course of the season, the Rams went through the non-padded regimen tabbed “Fast Friday,” which began with a walk-though and ended with fast reps on both practice fields.

“Here’s what I’d say: The players, the stillness, the calmness that they have, the confidence in their preparation, I feel really good,” McVay told the press Friday. “I’m excited to be able to go watch these guys compete to the best of their ability. As coaches, we’ll try to be poised, make good decisions and that’s all we’re going to do. And we’re going to enjoy the moment.

“We just kind of tightened up, went over any little last-minute reminders and a couple of little situational things,” McVay said. “Our guys did a good job with that.”

McVay shared that tackle Joe Noteboom and tight end Tyler Higbee would be placed on injured reserve with chest and knee injuries respectively. The move was expected for Higbee, who hasn’t practiced since being injured in the NFC title game. Noteboom practiced on a limited basis on Wednesday and Thursday, but was a non-participant on Friday.

McVay said both Darrell Henderson, Jr. and defensive lineman Sebastian Joseph-Day will be activated from IR.

In the narrow window of time left before kickoff Sunday, McVay advised his players: “Do your last little preparation, but trust your preparation. Trust your process. Trust yourself and your teammates. Understand that we have a little time until kickoff. It’s great to be a little excited about it, but just be in the moment.”

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