Worlds collided on Tuesday at the Los Angeles Rams practice facility.
The wide world of sports merged with the entertainment world in Thousand Oaks on Tuesday afternoon at the Los Angeles Rams practice facility.
Dodgers' players Joc Pederson and Micah Johnson joined stars Todd Gurley and Jared Goff on the field for a NFL style workout and they were observed by popstar Britney Spears who brought her two sons to practice.
Pederson, the starting centerfielder for the National League West champion Los Angeles Dodgers, told Goff that he wanted a "Tim Tebow-style" workout after the former NFL quarterback recently changed sports to baseball after signing a minor league deal with the New York Mets.
Goff stayed after practice to throw balls to Pederson and Johnson who took turns covering each other on defense.
Pederson and Goff are both from the Bay Area and grew up fans of the San Francisco 49ers. Pederson was born in Palo Alto, and Goff, a mere 60 miles north in Novato. Despite their SF ties, both athletes are slowly becoming LA loyalists.
Pederson has been wearing Rams gear throughout the 2016 season and purchased Goff and Gurley jerseys for his Dodger teammates before their Fantasy Football draft in late-August. Pederson also attended the Rams game against the Carolina Panthers at the LA Coliseum last Sunday as well.
Pederson and Johnson also took turns on the jug machine catching passes, and Pederson even did his best Odell Beckham Jr. impression making a nifty one-handed grab.
Goff and Pederson posed for pictures and talked after practice with the new Rams starting quarterback asking him, "What happened to you guys in the playoffs?"
Pederson's response, "The Cubs are really good."
Spears did not pose for any photos and did not meet with any players as she left the facility before practice came to an end. Goff said he was disappointed that he was unable to meet the "Oops, I did it Again," singer.
Video of Goff, Pederson and Johnson working out together is below.