We’ve covered a lot of Super Bowl XLVI pregame, but let’s round up a few final notes.
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Kelly Clarkson is on tap to deliver the national anthem before Super Bowl XLVI. She’ll be on the field for a brief moment in time, but a ton rides on this for the singer.
Justin Tuck‘s the Giants’ defensive captain, and he certainly played the part during warmups Sunday.
Pats QB Tom Brady wasn’t overwhelming booed by the Giants fans at Lucas Oil Stadium when he first took the field Sunday.
The downtown Marriott is exactly 711 miles from MetLife Stadium, but you’d never guess that by the fervor on the hotel’s outside patio at 3 p.m. Sunday.
Celebrated chef John Besh spoke with NFL.com on Friday and played a little word-association game involving the Patriots, Giants and some of the NFL’s biggest stars.
You wouldn’t expect Eli Manning to embrace the pressures of playing quarterback in New York. But to hear Manning talk, it’s all about being himself.
Our friends at EA Sports simulated Super Bowl XLVI on Madden 2012, and as many have predicted the game came down to a final fourth-quarter drive.
Living legend alert: Joe Montana hit Radio Row on Thursday, where questions about Tom Brady came fast and furious.
For a team that’s gone a combined 8-24 in the past two seasons, the Carolina Panthers sure are a confident bunch. Of course, that’s what happens when a player like Cam Newton bursts onto the scene.
Posted: Thursday, February 2nd, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Countdown to the Super Bowl, Bill Parcells, Jerry Rice, Phil Simms, Pro Football Hall of Fame, Ricky Watters, Roger Craig, Terrell Davis, Tom Brady
We are now only three days from the Super Bowl. And to honor that number, we could count the number of rings on Tom Brady’s hand.
The 45 seconds I have with Patriots owner Robert Kraft are spent in hallways and elevators, departing Radio Row for a back door of the JW Marriott.
Bill Romanowski, four-time Super Bowl winner, is pounding a smoothie as we begin our conversation. The former linebacker has a few things to say about preparing for the biggest game of the season.
Tom Brady should be sitting at podium No. 10 on the field at Lucas Oil Stadium, but instead, he’s chillin’ in the lower deck behind the Giants’ sideline.
Deion Branch returned to the Patriots last season after four-plus years in Seattle and learned one thing in a hurry: Whimsical chatter about Super Bowl XLII is a nonstarter in New England.