HomeSportRams Legend Eric Dickerson rejects Super Bowl tickets for 'In the Rafters'

Rams Legend Eric Dickerson rejects Super Bowl tickets for ‘In the Rafters’


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Los Angeles rams The great Eric Dickerson doesn’t seem to think that Energy Tickets received his Hall of Fame status, so it’s possible that he’s watching Sunday’s game at home.

The return of the legendary – five times all the pros who They rushed to more than 13,000 job yards And he set fast junior and NFL records for one season with the Rams — his complaint aired Thursday on “Maggie & Perloff” on CBS Sports Radio. (Watch the video below).

But it didn’t come until the hosts casually asked him when he was going to the game, which is played between the Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals at the Rams’ SoFi Arena.

“Ah, I don’t think I’m going to the match,” he replied.

Pressing the order, Dickerson said, “They wanted to give me tickets on the rafters.”

“I prefer sitting at home and watching it,” he added.

Eric Dickerson dribbling the ball at the height of the NFL with the Rams.
Eric Dickerson dribbling the ball at the height of the NFL with the Rams.

The 61-year-old, who also spent several seasons with the Indianapolis Colts before stints with the Raiders and Falcons, played his last NFL game in 1993. He feuded with the Rams in his retirement when he was Banned from the sidelines at one point.

He said he was not shocked to be given bad tickets. He had already given the tickets to his sister.

Dickerson tried to change the subject.

“It’s not about me,” he said. “It’s about winning this football match. It’s the most important thing for me. I want my team to win. I don’t care if I’m watching from an island.”


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