Super Bowl LIII is still six days away, but the action from Atlanta kicks off on Monday night.
The New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams are set to take the stage on Super Bowl Opening Night, with players and coaches taking questions from all of the media on site for the event.
Throughout the evening, USA TODAY Sports will have live updates from our reporters on the scene as well as many of the highlights found on social media. Check back often for the freshest moments and buzz about what’s happening ahead of the big game.
Don’t ask Jared Goff for tickets
Rams QB Jared Goff says he already has people asking him for tickets to the Super Bowl. Sounds like those requests didn’t go over well.
Gurley says he’s good
Todd Gurley’s health was a big point of speculation after he had just five touches in the NFC Championship Game, though both Rams coach Sean McVay and the RB himself said that was more of a result of game flow than any ailment. Gurley reiterated that point Monday when asked about his current outlook.
Getting confident, Patriots fans?
Spotted in Atlanta: A Patriots fan with a Super Bowl LIII champions tattoo.
Rams up first
The NFC champion Rams are set to take the stage first tonight, and the scene is already packed.
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