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Posted: Friday, February 5th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, David Spade, Floyd Mayweather, Hines Ward, Kevin James, radio row, Rob Schneider, Shawn Springs, snoop dogg, Super Bowl XLIV
I was moments away from exiting Radio Row Friday afternoon when a handful of A list, heavy-hitting celebs began to cyle through the Car Wash.
From Roger Goodell to Jamie Foxx, Usher and Floyd Mayweather. Welcome to the Super Bowl.
Posted: Thursday, February 4th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Brandon Marshall, Caressa Cameron, Deion Sanders, Jim Kelly, Kerry Underwood, Peyton Manning, Queen Latifah, radio row, Super Bowl XLIV, Terrell Owens, The Who, Tony Dorsett
Any way you cut it, it was an eventful day on Radio Row at Super Bowl XLIV.
Posted: Thursday, February 4th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Archie Manning, Ben Liebenberg, Brandon Marshall, Caressa Cameron, Jim Kelly, radio row, Shaun Alexander, Super Bowl XLIV, Tony Dorsett, Troy Aikman
Nothing stops traffic on Radio Row at the Super Bowl like a Miss America.
Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly doesn’t hold back with his opinion that Peyton Manning is already the greatest quarterback to ever play.
What is it like being Eisen at the Super Bowl, you ask?The cameras followed NFL Network host Rich Eisen behind the scenes on his tour through Radio Row.
Radio Row is spinning slow, bringing Day 3 of Super Bowl XLIV to an end.
It was quite the sight Wednesday when one No. 28 — Titans RB Chris Johnson — was next to another No. 28 — Marshall Faulk — on the NFL Network set.
The first big day on Radio Row at Super Bowl XLIV has left me grasping for an appropriate analogy to describe the scene. But I’m grasping no more.
Tim Brown believes no quarterback in NFL history has controlled defenses the way Peyton Manning has. But he was able to recall one instance in which a teammate broke The Manning Code.
Posted: Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Barry Sanders, Chris Cooley, Darryl Johnston, Emmitt Smith, Jacoby Jones, Joe Montana, Johnny Knox, Mark Sanchez, Mike Haynes, radio row, Super Bowl XLIV
To borrow a football term, traversing Radio Row requires a head on a swivel. This is the NFL universe for the next few days, as a quick walk-around proves.
A week after his retirement, Kurt Warner sees the situation he left in Arizona as the perfect opportunity for Matt Leinhart to prove himself.
Posted: Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Adrian Peterson, Chris Johnson, Darryl Johnston, DeMarcus Ware, Emmitt Smith, Jerome Bettis, Joe Theismann, John Madden, Kurt Warner, Larry Fitzgerald, Mark Sanchez, Marshall Faulk, NFL Network, Phil Simms, radio row, Rich Eisen, Steve Mariucci, Super Bowl XLIV, Tim Brown
It has the makings of a big day on NFL Network, which is broadcasting live from Radio Row from 11 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. ET.
Radio Row inside the Super Bowl XLIV media center is quiet, for now. But it won’t stay that way for long.