Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis is using the team’s home opener to thank supporters and donate to a pair of prominent Las Vegas charities.
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden and tight end Jason Witten each served as broadcasters for these national telecasts, one more than the other.
ESPN’s new announcing crew is happily navigating the pandemic for the chance to work on this national stage.
Former UNLV quarterback Kenny Mayne’s professional football hopes were ended by a broken ankle. He instead became one of ESPN’s longest-lasting and most popular anchors.
Rumors bubbled over Thursday that the former Bears QB and the “Fox Nation” personality were an item, after being spotted together recently at a bar in Nashville.
Reality TV star Kristin Cavallari and former Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler are getting divorced.
When asked at Power of Love about the Raiders’ interest in Tom Brady, Jon Gruden said, “We love our quarterback. Our quarterback’s a really good player.”
In the real world, heavy news never seems to stop. But during commercial breaks in the Super Bowl, advertisers did their best to serve up an antidote heavily spiked with fun.
Rick Harrison of “Pawn Stars” has two Super Bowl rings for sale at Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, starting at $80,000.
A 30-second version of Las Vegas’ “What happens here, only happens here” television ad will air prior to Sunday’s Super Bowl LIV.