Bills quarterback Josh Allen didn’t get married over the weekend, but he was involved in a wedding photo shoot after he decided to crash one that was taking place at New Era Stadium on Saturday. Apparently, Allen noticed a wedding party outside the stadium and decided he wanted to get in on the pictures, and let’s just say, he was welcomed with open arms by a wedding party that included bridesmaids in Bills underwear, groomsmen in Bills socks and some guy wearing a creepy Bills mask that he probably wasn’t allowed to wear at the wedding. Here’s a look at the wedding party posing with Allen, who was also joined by Bills rookie Harrison Phillips.
Really, he says, it was hard for me to say that. … (Luck) just picked it up and threw it and that was it. It really wasn’t a workout, so that was how I justified it in my mind.
If Reich can lie to the media once, he can lie again. The next time he says something that doesn’t sound plausible, well, it’ll be fair to wonder: How did you justify this one? Just saying: Consider yourself warned. Because Reich just warned you.
The Raiders recently reported the team has spent $172.4 million, 19 percent of its commitment, on the stadium project. Another $43.6 million, or 22 percent of the total commitment, has been paid by the NFL’s G-4 loan program, and $30.6 million, or 4 percent, of the public’s $750 million contribution has been spent to date.
Do you know what this level of commitment means?
It goes beyond having the Raiders in Vegas. This means the NFL is going to have a Super Bowl in Vegas as soon as it can.
That’s how it works: Build a new stadium, and the Super Bowl follows.
The next Super Bowls are Atlanta in 2019, Miami in 2020, Tampa in 2021, Los Angeles in 2022, Glendale in 2023 and New Orleans in 2024.
I’d bet anything Vegas gets the Super Bowl in 2025.
If you want to understand how quickly the gambling universe is changing after the Supreme Court made it possible for states to legalize it, look at what happened in Delaware on Tuesday.
The governor of the state placed a bet.