The crowd at Cowboys Stadium is ready to cheer for anything. A Steelers player flashes on the big screen, huge ovation from the Steelers fans. And the same thing for the partisan Packers fan cheering anything Green Bay-related on the big board.
Posts Tagged ‘Super Bowl XLV’
Michael Irvin sat down with Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger to talk about Pittsburgh’s road to Super Bowl XLV, his quarterbacking style and what it will take for him to be considered an elite quarterback. Part I of the interview is in the video above. Click here to watch Part II. On his third-and-19 play to win the divisional round against the Ravens: “I got in the huddle and said ‘Hey listen, I’m going to score, who’s coming with me? You guys want to come?’” On how often he has said that in the huddle: “I’ve only done it a few times. There’s something about (the moment) and you’ve got to go, so I told them and they all looked at […]
Pittsburgh receiver Hines Ward — the MVP of Super Bowl XL and one of eight Steelers who are vying for their third Super Bowl ring — does some stretching on the field at Cowboys Stadium, a little over two hours before kickoff.
The Packers announced that starting OLB Erik Walden has been deactivated for Sunday’s Super Bowl against the Steelers.
Well, it appears that not all steel workers had to go into work today. Some plant is missing an eight-foot worker with a giant head.
NFL Network’s Michael Irvin sat down with Packers QB Aaron Rodgers to discuss his journey to Super Bowl XLV and how he has balanced the pressures and expectations that come with replacing a legendary quarterback on a legendary franchise.
NFL Films president Steve Sabol is in the box next to us here at Cowboys Stadium, and you can tell in this photo that he can really appreciate how his company’s football highlights look on the giant screen hanging from roof.
Robert Cook of the “Never Miss a Super Bowl Club” will miss his first Super Bowl in 45 years.
There’s nothing worse than the dead fish handshake. That is except for the left-handshake. That’s like the guy facing the wrong way in the elevator or something. So when I introduced myself to Dallas Clark and he extended his left hand, I almost ended the interview right there. That’s when I noticed the long scar on his right hand and remembered that the Colts TE’s season was cut short after just six weeks with a wrist injury.
Leigh Bodden is rehabbing his injured shoulder and eager to join a young and upcomg Patriots secondary in 2011.
Adam Sandler has won the award for the biggest entourage on Radio Row. Not quite an Academy Award, but this has to be pretty close.
Seahawks DE and former Colt Raheem Brock can’t escape the memory of last year’s Super Bowl loss to New Orleans, proclaiming, “The Saints took my Super Bowl ring.”
I was able to stop Joe Montana just long enough to find out if he will be rooting for his hometown Steelers Sunday.
One has to wonder what went through Roger Goodell‘s head as he stared out into the sea of reporters gathered for his annual pre-Super Bowl press conference and heard the familiar voice of one very outspoken player brave enough to stand up and ask the commissioner a question.
There is a game going on Sunday. You might have heard of it. Though, it is easy to forget about that amid the flurry of activity on radio row with celebrities from Brooklyn Decker to Jay Mohr to that dude who stars in the Miller High Life commercials adding to the festivities.