Tag:PlayboyParty
Posted on: February 5, 2011 5:43 pm
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Lloyd on Fox, McDaniels, Tebow and his late bloom

Posted by Will Brinson

We made our way to the Playboy Super Bowl party at the Bud Light Hotel last night, and we ran into a few celebrities.

Not gonna lie -- there were a lot of celebs at the Playboy party. But the best interview we pulled, in my humble opinion, was Brandon Lloyd of the Denver Broncos.

Lloyd's obviously stoked about his current situation -- he went from being a receiver who'd never topped 750 yards in a single season (his high was 733 in 2005 with the Niners) to one of the most prolific wideouts in the NFL in 2010 as he piled up 1,448 yards and 11 touchdowns for Denver.

We chatted with him about John Fox coming into Denver, Josh McDaniels leaving (and what he can do for St. Louis), Tim Tebow's leadership in the huddle and why he's succeeded so late in his career.

Posted on: February 5, 2011 3:04 pm
Edited on: February 5, 2011 3:12 pm
 

Phil Hellmuth is a huge Packers fan

Posted by Will Brinson

We made our way to the Playboy Super Bowl party at the Bud Light Hotel last night, and we ran into a few celebrities.

Phil Hellmuth, as it turns out, is a pretty big Green Bay Packers fan.  We didn't know this, but finding out at the Playboy party kind of negated the need to ask him for a prediction.

Besides, as it turns out, he put some serious, ahem, cheddar on the green guys way back when they were longshots to win the Super Bowl in December.

Needless to say he's all-in.

Posted on: February 5, 2011 11:51 am
Edited on: February 5, 2011 11:54 am
 

Maria Menounos on covering the Super Bowl

Posted by Will Brinson

We made our way to the Playboy Super Bowl party at the Bud Light Hotel last night, and we ran into a few celebrities.

So, not sure if you know or not, but Maria Menounos is covering the Super Bowl for friend of the blog, Sports Illustrated's Jimmy Traina and his wildly popular "Hot Clicks."

So, when she came rolling down the red carpet, we thought we'd get all meta and interview her about having to interview people.

[More Super Bowl coverage]

Posted on: February 5, 2011 11:42 am
Edited on: February 5, 2011 11:44 am
 

Jeremy Maclin talks Vick, Eagles, Super Bowl

Posted by Will Brinson

We made our way to the Playboy Super Bowl party at the Bud Light Hotel last night, and we ran into a few celebrities.

Jeremy Maclin started the stream of what was a pretty nice group of big-name NFL guys. And with Maclin playing the role of "quiet assassin" (he's ridiculously talented but gets much less pub than Michael Vick or DeSean Jackson) on a really dangerous Eagles' team, we thought we'd check on his thoughts about the Eagles next season, their weapons and who he thinks will win the Super Bowl.

[More Super Bowl coverage]



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