GEORGE NOORY IN LAS VEGAS: Get tickets now -- be there June 9!
Sports Books Not So Lucky With Eagles' Super Bowl WinLady luck was most certainly not the side of Las Vegas sports books during the Super Bowl as some reported six- and seven-figure losses.
Brandin Cooks Knocked Out Of Super Bowl LIIThe Patriots lost Brandin Cooks to a head injury early in the second quarter of Super Bowl LII.
Nick Foles Hits Alshon Jeffery For 34-Yard TDJeffery already has 2 catches for 51 yards along with the touchdown. 
Celebrities, Athletes Take To Social Media On Super Bowl SundaySuper Bowl Sunday is here and Philadelphia Eagles fans are already taking to Twitter to show their team pride.
311K Visitors Expected in Vegas for Super Bowl WeekendThe agency responsible for promoting Las Vegas says 311,000 people are expected to visit the destination during Super Bowl weekend.
Imagine Dragons Happy to Not Be Singing in the ColdImagine Dragons were happy to perform indoors ahead of Super Bowl 52, unlike their recent outdoor gig for New Year's Eve.
Make Sure You Have America's Favorite Super Bowl Food At Your Party This SundayWhat’s a Super Bowl party without some munchies?
More Highway Patrol Troopers to Be Patrolling Vegas RoadsThe Nevada Highway Patrol says drivers in the Las Vegas area should expect to see a lot more troopers patrolling roads over the next two weeks.
Patriots Team Headlines: Tom Brady Has An Open-Ended Contract And Gronk Still Not Out Of Concussion ProtocolWith just a few days to go until Super Bowl LII, the New England Patriots have been dealing with a few off-field issues that have caused a bit of a distraction with their franchise quarterback. At the same time, they're also concerned about the well-being status of their star tight end.
Eagles Team Headlines: Doug Pederson Already Rivals Legacy Of Andy ReidIn just his second season as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, Doug Pederson has risen to the highest level of achievement reached by Andy Reid. Can Pederson supplant Reid with a Super Bowl victory?
'Potentially Hazardous' Asteroid To Pass Earth On Super Bowl SundayThe Super Bowl asteroid is predicted to pass by the Earth at around 4:30 p.m. ET on Feb. 4., just two hours before the Eagles and Patriots kick off that night.
Patriots Team Headlines: Update On Gronk, Pats Wearing Road JerseysWith only one game remaining in the NFL season, the New England Patriots have chosen to take on the look of the away team in Super Bowl LII. Meanwhile, they are fortunate to have two weeks until the big game as it gives their star tight end the time to recover.

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