Like White and Vanhorse, Jonassen is an East Coast guy. They would like to trade in the surfing, sand and sailing life for the snow, seafood and night life of Baltimore.
"San Diego is a day town, and I'm a night person," said White, whose off-season home is in Owings Mills.
"Baltimore has the big-city life that still attracts me," said Vanhorse, who frequently visits Northwestern High and does other charitable work throughout the city.
But before they return home, White, Vanhorse and Jonassen have a date in Miami.
"Every once in a while, I still can't believe I'm playing NFL football," said White. "There will be times when I'm on the field and I'll say to [defensive end] Chris Mims, 'There's that feeling again: We're in the NFL.' And now we're here, the Super Bowl, wow."
Vanhorse said: "This is all wonderful, to be a part of history. Twenty years from now, win or lose, I can tell my grandchildren that I played in a Super Bowl against maybe the greatest receiver of all time. I'm still overwhelmed."