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Rams’ Chris Long has dream fulfilled, appears on local news as ‘Hopeful Powerball Player’

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It’s already been reported that a winning Powerball ticket was sold in Chino Hills, California, on Wednesday night. Many dreams across the nation have been crushed, but we know for sure that one man’s dream has been fulfilled. And no, I’m not talking about whoever won the billion dollar jackpot.

I’m talking about Rams defensive end Chris Long.

Some dreams come true finally made the local news tonight.

For the record my name was Rod Carriker so Chris long may be a type O

Long tried to stay undercover in shades and a hat, but was found by a local news crew in Virginia where he was interviewed for a story about the lottery — check out that golden lower third.

Here is Mr. Chris Long: “Hopeful Powerball Player.”

I would say @JOEL9ONE is #winning with his #Powerball appearance on @NBC29. Hope the “old lady” gets her timeshare!

“I already told my old lady, if we win, we’re going down to Myrtle Beach for about 10 months, and we’re getting a timeshare — the whole nine yards. And maybe a big boat, a couple boats, a lot of boats. We’re gonna have a great time.”

Sounds great, Chris. Sounds great.


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EARTH CITY, Mo. — Never one to miss a chance to have a little fun, Rams defensive end Chris Long donned a hat, sunglasses and some camouflage to go with his fully developed mustache during a visit to a Charlottesville, Virginia, convenience store on Wednesday.

With the nation gripped in a Powerball frenzy as the prize rose to nearly $1.6 billion, many local news outlets have been conducting person-on-the-street interviews with those buying tickets.

Long apparently went unrecognized by a reporter for NBC 29 in Charlottesville and was asked the standard question of what he would do if he won the grand prize.

I would say @JOEL9ONE is #winning with his #Powerball appearance on @NBC29. Hope the “old lady” gets her timeshare!

“I already told my old lady if we win we’re going down to Myrtle Beach for about 10 months and we’re going to get a timeshare and the whole nine yards,” Long said on the broadcast. “Maybe a big boat, a couple boats, you know, a lot of boats. And we’re going to have a great time.”

According to Long’s Twitter feed, someone at the station must have recognized him before the segment aired because the on-screen graphics showed his real name even though he said the name he gave the reporter was Rod Carriker, “so Chris Long may be a typo.” Long was more than happy to share the evidence of his newfound celebrity status and offer further endorsement of the video’s investment strategy.

Some dreams come true finally made the local news tonight.

Long, of course, was only joking about the 10-month vacation — he actually recently returned from a postseason vacation to the Virgin Islands — and the rest of his big plans. But he pulled off the prank with a straight face and didn’t miss a chance to revel in the success of his big media appearance.

Chris Long got in on Powerball fever and stood for a man-on-the-street interview, resplendent in mustache and camouflage.