Sydney Warner, the wife of San Francisco 49ers star Fred Warner, revealed some «secrets» the average NFL fan probably didn’t know or even think about over the course of the week.
Warner began her TikTok videos by saying that what she was about to reveal was just specific to what she has to deal with while her husband plays for the Niners. One thing she did notice was how «normal» an aspect of the job is.
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«They get a paycheck just like any other normal job, just like everyone else,» he said. «For some reason in my weird mind, I thought as Brinks’ truck drove to his house and gave them a lump sum of years of cash at a time. I don’t know.»
For away games, Warner said he is not allowed to sleep with his partner. Players stay at a team hotel for away games and are not allowed to share a room, he said. The players also sleep in hotels for home games, and she can’t be there either.
He also revealed that the tickets for the games are not free.
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«They have a discounted rate, but they’re not free,» she said, adding that she and her other friends with husbands or boyfriends who play on the team must be cleared on the field to take pictures.
«You have to ask for those passes and if they clear you, you get one, you don’t just get them every game. You have to ask and be approved,» Warner said.
She said that once the game is over, players can usually take up to 90 minutes to rejoin loved ones after the game. She regretted that her husband «likes to take her time» so she could be waiting for him for about an hour.
In a second video, he said the organization provides Super Bowl tickets even if the team doesn’t show up. If the team doesn’t make it, Warner said he can resell the tickets, but they’re usually found in nosebleeds.
Warner explained more about the hotel room and that the players have a bed check at 10:30 p.m.
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The former «Bachelor» contestant went viral earlier this month for a harrowing experience she had with Eagles fans in Philadelphia for the NFC Championship. She said she «didn’t feel very safe» and that she would «probably never go back» to Lincoln Financial Field.