Look: Rams DBs went to first Kings game of the season

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There are a lot of teams to support in Los Angeles right now in addition to the Rams and Chargers, who are both playing extremely well in the early part of the season. The Kings’ season just got underway, and the Lakers and Clippers will be back in action next week, too. Not to mention, the Dodgers just punched their ticket to the NLCS.

The Rams’ defensive backs were out at Staples Center on Thursday night cheering on the Kings in their season opener against the Las Vegas Golden Knights, watching them win 6-2 for their first victory of the year.

The Kings shared a photo of the Rams’ secondary in the stands, wondering if they’re the team’s good luck charm?

As you can see, Jalen Ramsey, Robert Rochell, Nick Scott, Terrell Burgess, David Long Jr., Dont’e Deayon, JuJu Hughes, Jordan Fuller, J.R. Reed and Taylor Rapp were all in attendance, representing the Rams secondary.

Here are a couple other photos from the game.

And here are some additional posts shared by Rams players who were at the game.

Ramsey, who attended a few of the Dodgers’ NLCS games recently, kept a close eye on their game against the Giants Thursday night, too. He posted a video from the Kings game of Staples Center showing the celebration from their win on the big screen.

Not a bad way to wind down before heading out to the East Coast on Saturday before their Week 6 game against the Giants.

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