NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Just across the Cumberland River, NFL fans flocked to Nissan Stadium for the first day of the NFL Draft Fan Experience.
For the little ones, like Garyson Cantrell, it’s feeling like an NFL star at the combine corner.
“He has been talking about it since they announced they were going to be here so we’re down here today and tomorrow,” said Cantrell’s mother.
Adults like Chad Davidson, also took part in the fun, while proudly showing their team’s colors.
“It goes to every football game I go to and it comes to here too,” said Davidson, wearing his decked out custom Jets jacket.
Albert Robinson came with his friends.
“I want to get an autograph form Eddie George,” said Robinson.
They’re tight knit, but among them, a Bucks fan.
“I can’t have Eddie george on my jersey!” said Holmes.
Aside from autographs, the Fan Experience also includes an NFL museum, a display of all 52 Super Bowl rings, a replica of game day lockers, and what fans will wait patiently for – a picture with the one and only Lombardi trophy.
The three-day event ends on Saturday.
The event is free to the public.
Don’t forget to download the ‘NFL Draft Fan Mobile Pass’ app for exclusive access to the Draft’s events.
ATLANTA (NEXSTAR) — The podiums are prepped and fans are seething with excitement, waiting to hear from their favorite Patriots and Rams players at Media Day on Monday night, the “Opening Night” for Super Bowl LIII.
During the Big Game Bound live show Monday afternoon, Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee COO Brett Daniels told us they expect 10,000 fans to participate in Media Days in an all new experience.
“It’s a chance for [the fans] to see behind the scenes of how this whole thing happens,” said Daniels. “They can listen in on headsets to their favorite players or favorite media members doing interviews down on the floor.”
Opening Night starts at 7 p.m. at State Farm Arena in Atlanta. You can buy tickets here for $29.
Check out the video above to see all of Daniels’ live interview with Anthony Calhoun on Big Game Bound, and be sure to watch every day this week up until the Super Bowl at 1 p.m. ET.