One of the aspects that makes Super Bowl unique to any other major event is radio row. As the nerve center for everything that’s being talked and written about regarding the NFL over the next week, it’s a sight to see.
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All good things must come to an end. Sadly, my friends, Radio Row is winding down to a whimper.
Many of the athletes who cruise Radio Row are here for charitable causes. At the top of that list is Warrick Dunn.
It must be rough being Scott Hanson. In between interviews with the likes of Redskins QB Jason Campbell and Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff, he has to give some time to Tampa Bay Buccaneers cheerleaders Sahara and Jeni, who are making the rounds at Radio Row promoting their calendar.
Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff sees a lot of similarities between Tom Brady and his own QB, Matt Ryan.
It’s Friday of Super Bowl week. Radio Row is packed, the Tampa skies are back to being blue and the game is just two days away. Here’s the latest from Radio Row.
Radio row didn’t disappoint on Thursday. Not in the least. After a subdued day on Wednesday, The Row was spinning fast from the get-go.
Tampa? Well, not so gorgeous right now. In keeping up with our theme this week … well, it ended. The blue Tampa skies disappeared today, abruptly, with dark clouds and lots of rain in stretches.
It’s fast and furious down here on Radio Row. Players are lining up at the NFL set, so we’ve been fortunate enough to get some of them to sit down and answer questions.
NFL.com will be chatting live from Radio Row at Super Bowl XLIII’s media center in Tampa. Some of the names scheduled on the list are Adam Schefter, Terrell Davis, Jamie Dukes, Deion Sanders … just to name a few.
Jason Witten feels the Cowboys have “more than enough” in terms of chemistry and leadership to be successful.
Chad Pennington kicked it outside on the NFL Network set Wednesday, showing why he’s a class act.
A long conversation with former Browns GM Phil Savage brought the subject back to football.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. just told Scott Hanson that he could be his sidekick on NFL Network. Can you imagine?