Once an Eagle, always an Eagle.
The Mall of America is the backdrop for some of the best to ever play the game of football this week as the Super Bowl invades Minneapolis. On the third floor of the massive shopping center is Radio Row, an area where all the radio stations do their shows, and many mini-TV studios, including the one NBC Sports Philadelphia has been taping from this week.
The scene right now at the mall consists of a lot of NFL fans, mostly Vikings, Eagles and Patriots, standing around looking for former or current athletes to show up to do interviews so they can snap a photo or get an autograph.
Enter Brian Westbrook.
B-West, a member of the Eagles Hall of Fame, still hates the Dallas Cowboys. Here’s what happened when a Dallas fan asked for his autograph.
That’s a $36 Super Bowl hat, too. Why is a Cowboys fan wearing a Super Bowl 52 hat, anyway?
Also, the media was abuzz last night when Alex Smith was traded to the Redskins. Meanwhile, today, Kirk Cousins, who could become the highest-paid player in the NFL, was just trying to get lunch.
A man of the people: Kirk Cousins waiting in line at Shake Shack outside Radio Row today: pic.twitter.com/qh4r1EBfuS— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 31, 2018
With the weekend looming, the mall is about to get much more crowded.