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FOX Sports sideline analyst talks about Super Bowl LI.

A native of Miami, Florida with more than 20 years in broadcasting, Chris Myers has covered premiere events, including the Super Bowl, the World Series, the NBA Finals, the NCAA Final Four, the Masters and U.S. Open (golf), the Triple Crown, the Olympics, and the Daytona 500. Myers will be reporting from the sidelines during the FOX telecast of Super Bowl LI. He talked with Bill Coates about preparing for sideline reporting from a Super Bowl.

Former Houston Oilers RB Spencer Tillman joins Bill Coates.

After an All-American career at the University of Oklahoma that included winning the national championship against Penn State in the 1985 Orange Bowl, running back Spencer Tillman was drafted by the Houston Oilers in 1987. He played for the Oilers for two seasons before being traded to San Franciso where he played from 1989 to 1991. During his time at San Francisco, he was co-captain with Joe Montana and Ronnie Lott as part of the 49ers roster at Super Bowl XXIV when they defeated the AFC champion Denver Broncos. Tillman was traded back to Houston in 1992 and he would...

Former Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Brian Baldinger on Radio Row.

His NFL career started in Dallas in 1982. He would go on to play for the Indianapolis Colts and the Philadelphia Eagles, where he finished his NFL career in 1993. He is now an analyst for the NFL Network. Brian joined Bill Coates on Radio Row where he discussed the rivalry between Philadelphia and Dallas, the state of the Dallas Cowboys and the state of the game in the NFL.

A chance encounter on Radio Row.

Making the rounds early Friday morning on Radio Row here at Super Bowl LI, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and two-time Super Bowl champion Roger Staubach comes face-to-face with current Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott. The two shared a moment together before each went his separate way.

Houston hosts its third Super Bowl.

It’s not easy for a city to win the opportunity host a Super Bowl. More difficult still is to host the nation’s largest annual event in a memorable way. Houston hosted Super Bowl VIII in 1974. It hosted Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004. Neither effort received great reviews. But Houston is out to redeem itself in hosting Super Bowl LI. Here’s a report on how they’re doing.