Catching Zs: Tactics NFL players use to get sleep ahead of Super Bowl

    Sean McVay of the Los Angeles Rams answers a question during media availability for Super Bowl LIII at the team's hotel in Atlanta on Thursday.

    Atlanta (CNN)When it comes to sleep, Rams head coach Sean McVay is notorious for not getting much of it. On a recent Saturday morning in California, NBC's Peter King met McVay at his home for the head coach's drive into the office. It was 4:10 am, and McVay had slept 4 and a half hours the night before.

    On Thursday in Atlanta, McVay was asked whether he'll be able to get some sleep ahead of Super Bowl LIII.