Hooded men stole $20K in valuables from Rams coach Sean McVay's home, report says

Hooded men stole $20K in valuables from Rams coach Sean McVay's home, report says

Sean McVay apparently had a run in with some thieves on Thursday.

The Rams coach allegedly had $20,000 of valuables stolen from his home by three men, according to a report from TMZ Sports.

The intruders reportedly wore hoodies, bandanas and gloves when they allegedly forced their way into McVay’s house. They made off with expensive jewelry and purses and caused damage that is still being accessed.

Nobody was home at the time of the robbery, but McVay’s security system notified law enforcement about the break-in. Authorities are reportedly still attempting to identify the men involved.

McVay is the latest victim in a string of Los Angeles burglaries spanning back to 2018.

Rams wideout Robert Woods’ home was burglarized in late 2018 as part of a planned series of robberies. Four individuals allegedly schemed to rob the homes of Woods, Yasiel Puig, Rihanna, LeBron James and other celebrities, according to a report from The Mercury News. But they were arrested in October.

It’s unclear if this burglary is connected to that case.

McVay helped his team win the NFC West with a 13-3 record in just his third year at the helm last season. But the Rams fell short in Super Bowl 53, losing to the Patriots 13-3 in a defensive showcase.

Los Angeles has maintained its core and acquired quarterback Blake Bortles, Pro Bowl safety Eric Weddle and pass rusher Clay Matthews this offseason. So it could be in for another quality run in 2019.