The Los Angeles Rams Unveil Their Massive 14,000 Square Foot “Draft House”

A patio with chairs and tables on it by a building with trees and water
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The Los Angeles Rams kicked off 2022 in the best way possible, by defeating the Cincinnati Bengals in the Super Bowl.

So naturally, they have to roll around like kings as they get to stay atop the NFL world for the next few months.

And when I say roll around like kings, I’m talking about converting a massive mansion that rents for $9,500 a night in the Hollywood Hills, into their NFL Draft Headquarters.

We’re talking 14,000 square feet, six bedrooms, a Super Bowl mural, a pool and patio, a loaded bar, a skate ramp, game room, fire pit, and even a damn golf simulator.

Check it out:

Partnering up with Rocket Mortgage, they even got some help from Jason Oppenheim and Mary Fitzgerald, from the hit TV show Selling Sunset:

The luxurious mansion sits on 67,000 square feet of land in the Hollywood Hills, and will serve as headquarters for Rams general manager Les Snead, and head coach Sean McVay during the NFL Draft this year on April 28-30.

This isn’t the first time the Rams have done this, as they utilized another mansion last year in Malibu as their “Draft House.”

Meanwhile Bill Belichick will be chilling in his dinning room…

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock