After a one time move to the mainland when the Pro Bowl was played in Miami last year, this season’s display of the league’s best will be back at Aloha Stadium in Hawaii, which is just fine by Cowboys’ TE Jason Witten.
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Today’s trivia question: How many players have won both the Heisman Trophy and the Super Bowl MVP?
No fans in the stadium as yet but there seem to be squadrons of planes pulling advertising banners overhead. From a distance, the stadium looks like a hornets’ nest with swarms of the darn things – everything from pizza commercials and ESPN promos to car-wreck insurance. I wonder if that’s an omen.
While the media frenzy continues down on Radio Row, there’s a food frenzy going on two floors up here at the Broward County Convention Center. That’s where 35 of America’s best chefs from around the country –- along with their staffs — are busy preparing an intimate dinner… for 3,000 guests.
Steelers receiver Hines Ward would much rather be playing in the Super Bowl, but while he’s in town for events during the week, he at least offered up his prediction for the game.
MIAMI – If the Super Bowl is really all about the events that surround the game rather than the game itself (please see my opening blog this week for verification!), then that supporting cast of events are all about things like the Dog Bowl 2010: Touchdown Treats Championship.
I think it must now be official. It’s the Brit Bowl.
Okay, you’re hearing from all the experts this week, now let me offer an alternative opinion on all the hype and hoopla that is Super Bowl week and tell you what it’s really all about.
Posted: Wednesday, December 16th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Dallas Cowboys, Emimitt Smith, Franco Harris, Green Bay Packers, Hall of Fame, Herb Adderley, Jack Ham, Joe Greene, Joe Montana, John Stallworth, Lynn Swann, Mel Blount, Michael Irvin, Mike Webster, New England Patriots, Otto Graham, Pittsburgh Steelers, Ronnie Lott, San Francisco 49ers, Steve Young, Super Bowl, Ted Hendricks, Terry Bradshaw, Troy Aikman
Would you trade three Super Bowl wins and a Hall of Fame ring for a perfect season? I can see the allure.
The NFL has recently expanded its reach to playing regular-season games in London. But what about a Super Bowl there? BBC Sport reports that “substantive talks” have taken place in regards to bringing the big game across the pond. But Commissioner Roger Goodell dismissed the talks.
New Orleans newspaper The Times-Picayune reports that Miami, Phoenix and New Orleans all submitted bids for the 2013 Super Bowl ahead of today’s NFL-mandated deadline, according to league officials.
All it took was Faith Hill for our NFL set on Radio Row to be completely engulfed. The country-music singer and hubby Tim McGraw have been making the rounds around the room, drawing more interest than any of the former or current players. No joke. Everyone wants a photo of Faith Hill.
Eighth grader Sam Kimmel is just an ordinary13-year-old boy from Homer City, In. Only Kimmel knows what it must feel like to be a member of his favorite football team, the Pittsburgh Steelers.