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Super Bowl protest in New Orleans raises $57k for community

Thousands of people attended the city of New Orleans’ protest parties on Super Bowl Sunday, and many of those who attended a special fundraiser contributed more than $57,000 for a foundation that works to improve the community.

Rob Gronkowski hit by beer can during Super Bowl parade

Rob Gronkowski, the New England Patriots’ star tight end, says he got hit in the face by a can of beer thrown during Tuesday’s Super Bowl victory parade in Boston.

 
Huge crowds pack Boston streets for Patriots’ Super Bowl parade

A party atmosphere enveloped the city as fans clad in team garb packed sidewalks and stood on tiptoe for a glimpse of quarterback Tom Brady, coach Bill Belichick and the rest of the team. Red, white and blue confetti rained down.

Patriots’ McCourty twins say they won’t visit White House

New England Patriots defensive back Devin McCourty said Monday he won’t go to the White House if the Super Bowl champions are invited by President Donald Trump, and teammate and twin brother Jason said he highly doubts he would make the trip.

Super Bowl handle of $145.9M falls short of Nevada record

A game that set a Super Bowl record for futility fell well short of setting a Nevada record for betting handle. The books won $10.7 million on the game, which was the lowest-scoring Super Bowl ever, for a 7.4 percent hold, or win percentage.

Thousands join New Orleans’ Super Bowl boycott party

Still stinging from having a berth in Super Bowl LIII ripped away from them, thousands belonging to Who Dat Nation joined together Sunday in a sign of solidarity and boycotted the game turning, off televisions and partying like it was Fat Tuesday.

Raiders potential move to San Francisco needs NFL approval

A report Sunday night indicated the Raiders unequivocally will play their 2019 home schedule in San Francisco, but a person familiar with the situation contacted by the Review-Journal dispelled any agreement as premature, citing two critical steps that have yet to be completed.

Las Vegas sportsbooks expect record handle in Super Bowl LIII

A late flurry of money poured in on the Rams and Patriots before Super Bowl LIII, including at least three $1 million-plus wagers, giving bookmakers reason to believe the total amount wagered in the state could eclipse last year’s record of $158.6 million.

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