NC State legend, and current Quarterback of the Los Angeles Chargers will be driving to practice in STYLE this season. When the Chargers were moved from San Diego to Los Angeles, Rivers didn’t feel it was in the best interest of his large family (8 kids) to move 70 miles down the road. Instead, Rivers will commute an hour and 18 minutes (one-way) to practice three days a week in an SUV that has been transformed into the best “QB Room he’s ever been in.”
Essentially, his mode of transportation is a mobile man cave with the seats like those in a first class airplane set side-by-side in the back facing forward, plenty of room for a 6-foot-5 quarterback to fully recline while watching film on the 40-inch television screen separating the front seat and rear cabin. There is satellite TV, WiFi and a small refrigerator Rivers would rather you call a cooler. (Union Tribune)
Ladies and Gentlemen…this is the Riversmobile
Rivers drove the commute a couple of days, but quickly realized there was no way he could spend 3 hours a day in the car and also feel prepared for the game. His family was his top priority, but he needed to be prepared for the game. With those things in mind, the Riversmobile seen above was created so that Rivers can watch game film to and from practice.