This famous fast talker and actor is a big fan of all things Chicago. While that does mean the good, like the architecture, museums, and deep-dish, it also means the Chicago Bears. He’s frequently seen at games in private boxes and had the chance to become a small part of the team’s history when he narrated the Bears’ “30 for 30” film on ESPN.
It makes a lot of sense. While Vince has been in some big works, he’s just not a contender for best actor, just like how every once in a while the Bears do well enough to reach the playoffs but never do much else. He also loves the Cubs.
Los Angeles Rams: Kendrick Lamar
The Rams have moved around a bunch of times, and now that they're back in their original home, Los Angeles, they have plenty of famous fans. Few are as intense in their love of the team as Kendrick Lamar is.
After the team moved to LA, Lamar was there on day one of training camp. Thanks to his big name, he got to run a route during the team's practice. Here's the big thing to know, however: when the Rams moved west, they were not a great team. Lamar wasn't just a fair-weather fan — he's the real deal.
Seattle Seahawks: Macklemore
There are plenty of big names who consider themselves the twelfth man when it comes to Seahawks home games. The unofficial honor of “Twelfth Man” belongs to Macklemore, a rapper famous for “Thrift Shop.” He's a Seattle native, and he had the opportunity to create a promo video for the team.
He has plenty of competition for the biggest Seahawks celebrity fan, such as Chris Pratt and Rainn Wilson, but he is a perfect choice; not only is he the most passionate, but both the team and the rapper have lost a lot of fame recently. Oh, zing.
Los Angeles Rams: Ty Burrell
As the happy-go-lucky father of “Modern Family,” Ty Burrell is pretty pleased with his job as an actor. However, he's said that if the Rams came calling and needed him to help the team, he would leave acting behind with a smile on his face.
Burrell has attended practices, he's had the chance to suit up for the team in a full uniform (though, of course, he never made it to the field), and he was the Rams' representative at the 2014 NFL draft. Even after the team moved to Los Angeles, Burrell is right there — he probably likes it more since it's near Hollywood.
Philadelphia Eagles: The Roots
The Roots are the house band for “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon,” which means that even though they work and live in New York City, all of these guys are Philly natives and root for the birds.
Not only do all the members often step out in Eagles gear — and in NYC, that can sometimes be a dangerous prospect — they also performed at the 2018 NFC championship that the Eagles hosted. There's a great video of them all celebrating when the Eagles won the Super Bowl at the end of the 2018 season.