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Austin Proehl, who hopes to join his father with a Super Bowl ring, helps out by playing role of Edelman

LOS ANGELES_The last time the Los Angeles Rams won the Super Bowl, wide receiver Ricky Proehl ran across the field, shouting with his hands in the air. Then he bolted behind the St. Louis Rams' bench near the 20-yard line, where his family waited in the stands.

He hoisted his son Austin on his shoulders.

"I wanted him, Austin, to be a part of it," Ricky said.

Wearing a too-big Rams jersey and backward Rams cap, Austin joined

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