While we're counting down the days until the Super Bowl this weekend, there's another NFL event on the horizon: the NFL Draft.
Next year's big game is in Miami, and the city has been preparing for years to host their 11th Super Bowl.
The face of CBS Sports' coverage of the Big Game is weighing in on the debate of whether Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback of all-time. And he switched sports to make his point.
The biggest game in football will take center stage on Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and one of the biggest attractions leading up to the big game is Radio Row.
Nexstar Nation Big Game Bound digital reporter Ashley Bridges sat down with Indianapolis Colts' great Reggie Wayne to talk about why it matters if you've been to the big game before and which way he thinks that will tip the game.
Sportscaster Chris Myers believes the Big Game will be decided by a single-point on Sunday. And no, he doesn't see Tom Brady hoisting another Lombardi trophy.
In this action-packed edition of Big Game Bound: Live from Atlanta, some of the biggest names in the sports broadcasting world preview Sunday's championship matchup.
One of the most incredible things covering the Super Bowl -- particularly in Atlanta on such a tight campus -- is all the amazing talent you can talk with in just a short walk. Nexstar Nation's Big Game Bound Digital Reporter Ashley Bridges broke down what difference the location can make with a few greats who have been there before.
Just over a year ago, Atlanta hosted the College Football Playoff National Championship game, but this week, the security levels go even higher with Super Bowl 53 in town.
Sean McVay's sudden greatness might have fans taking him for granted, according to a well-known ESPN broadcaster.