Terry Bradshaw is calling another audible in his fabled football career, headlining his own production at Luxor.
David Siegel’s history with pro football fandom dates to the days of the AFL and the expansion Miami Dolphins. Siegel actually purchased the first four season tickets in the history of the franchise in in 1966.
Jay Kornegay of Westgate Las Vegas Superbook says most potential bettors are confused about which Super Bowl odds are actually the board in Vegas casinos.
In an extensive interview for the Buffalo News, O.J. Simpson calls Las Vegas, “The No Hate Zone of America.”
As NBC color man Cris Collinsworth lamented the officials’ decision, saying, “I think they have to overturn this call!” Zach Ertz’s entourage remained resolute. That was a touchdown, Philly fans, clear as a bell.
Stormy Daniels has not spoken publicly about her relationship with Donald Trump, but continues her national tour of personal appearances.
Lady Gaga’s blazing Super Bowl halftime show (great use of the keytar, aerial straps and fishnets) has accelerated speculation about her performing having an extended residency on the Strip.
Vanilla Ice hearkened to the ’90s with a packed party at the Hard Rock Hotel; Oscar Goodman favors the Atlanta Falcons — but Mayor Carolyn is likely to hedge that bet.
Jay Kornegay had no line to Broncos coach Mike Shanahan, and he did not dial up a pair of kneel-downs from backup QB Bubby Brister.