After a disappointing result in the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams are currently resting up for a big season ahead. The head coach has a ton of pressure on him to go out and make it to another Super Bowl. Unfortunately, McVay has some bigger things on his hands right now, as it has been reported by TMZ Sports that McVay's home was burglarized on Thursday night.
The information comes straight from law enforcement officials who say that three men broke into McVay's Los Angeles residence and left with roughly $20K in purses and jewelry. There were surveillance cameras on McVay's property, as well on that of his neighbor, so law enforcement is currently looking at the video to see if they can identify the men in question. In addition to having goods stolen from his home, the burglars did some damage to the interior.
McVay was not home at the time of the burglary, although law enforcement officials were made aware of the break-in thanks to his alarm system. Unfortunately, by the time police got onto the scene, the burglars were gone. So far McVay has not commented on the situation.
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