Football Stars For Super Bowl Party Appearances

Super Bowl Sunday is a true national holiday and the parties that mark the day have also become big businesses. Many corporations, large event groups and casinos have Super Bowl parties and hire some of the biggest names in football to make an appearance. These celebrity guests can add interest for any promoted event or provide excitement for your employees attending a corporate event. Make sure to put in your request to book one of these high-profile, ex-NFL stars today. 


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Barry Sanders is one of the greatest running backs in NFL history. Sanders played his entire ten-year career with the Detroit Lions and was selected to the Pro Bowl every time. He was also either a fi...

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Brian Urlacher is a retired NFL linebacker who played 12 seasons in the league with the Chicago Bears. Urlacher got his start as a linebacker at the University of New Mexico, where he was a star for t...

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Retired NFL wide receiver Calvin Johnson is known as "Megatron" by his fans and is widely considered one of the best wide receivers of all-time. In 2012m he broke the NFL record for the most receiving...

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MikHis name is synonymous with NFL defensive dominance.  When fans hear the name, Dick Butkus, they think of a linebacker whose talent was matched only by his tenacity.  In nine seasons with the Chica...

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He’s the best running back in NFL history, a Pro Football Hall of Famer, a popular brand ambassador, motivational speaker, and a Dancing with the Stars champion.  His name is Emmitt Smith, and from 19...

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During Jason Taylor’s 15-year career in the NFL he was one of the most dominant defensive players in the game. At 6’6, 245 pounds he was a force to be reckoned with, accumulating 775 tackles, 46 force...

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NFL legend Jerry rice is widely considered to be one of the greatest football players of all-time at any position, and that’s saying something.  During his 20 seasons in the NFL he accumulated an NFL...

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Hall of Famer Jim Kelly is the most beloved Buffalo Bill of all-time.  Kelly led the Bills to four straight Super Bowls and holds almost every team passing record.  To this day, he is the last Buffalo...

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Along with being one of the best quarterbacks of all-time, Joe Montana is arguably the most popular sports figure in San Francisco history.  A third round pick of the 49ers in 1979, he was t...

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Joe Theismann played his college ball at the University of Notre Dame. In 1971 he was selected in the fourth round of the NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins and in the 39th round of the MLB Draft by the...

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Hall of Famer, Michael Irvin was born March 5, 1966 and is a retired football player, actor, and sports commentator. Irvin played college football at the University of Miami, then for the Dallas Cowbo...

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Mike Singletary is a former professional linebacker and former head coach. Singletary attended Baylor University where he earned All-American honors as a junior and senior. Singletary is the only coll...

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Peyton Manning is a champion, sought-after spokesman, and one of the most respected sportsmen in the world today.  The five-time NFL MVP has been named to 14 Pro Bowls and is a seven-time first-team A...

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As one of the most impactful linebackers for the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL, Ray Lewis made plays every time he stepped onto the field. After playing college ball at the University of Miami where he...

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Ron Jaworski entered the NFL in 1973 with the Los Angeles Rams. In 1977 he was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles where he went on to spend the next 9 seasons, winning an NFL Championship with the Eagl...

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College and Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young is a one of a kind talent.  A consensus first-team All-American and Davey O’Brien Award winner at Brigham Young University, You...

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Terrell Owens is a retired NFL wide receiver, currently ranked second overall in receiving yards in NFL history, along with being ranked third for most touchdown receptions. After a decent career at t...