Super party on for fans in Tampa, even if it's more low-key
(AP Photo/Dennis Waszak Jr.)TAMPA, Fla. – Craig Cathers is decked out like a guy who's ready — totally fired up — for his team to play in the Super Bowl. They’re just happy there’s a Super Bowl to celebrate even if the party isn’t as big as usual. Restaurants, local business and hotels aren't seeing the usual high traffic of patrons expected during a Super Bowl week. According to TicketIQ, the average list price to see the Super Bowl in person has been trending down recently and is sitting at $8,310. And then Paul will start planning for next year's Super Bowl trip to Los Angeles.
Super Bowl could be farewell for several pending free agents
Kansas City and Tampa Bay have several starters, including some notable pass catchers, scheduled to become free agents next month. So the Super Bowl between the Chiefs and Buccaneers will serve as a farewell for several players with their current team. Brown signed a one-year, $1.6 million contract with Tampa in late October and has been a model citizen since. He has 45 receptions for 623 yards and seven touchdowns after signing a one-year, $9 million deal. He turned 34 last month and might be willing to sign another one-year deal to stay in Tampa.
Henry runs wild, Titans hand Jags 12th straight loss, 31-10
Enjoying a big performance about 25 miles from his hometown of Yulee was something new for Henry. He managed just 13 yards as a rookie in 2016, followed by outings of 92, 57 and 44 yards in front of friends and family. Henry had 170 yards on 17 carries in the first 30 minutes, including a 36-yard touchdown run. He added a 47-yard scamper early in the third as the Titans (9-4) started to pull away. AFC South-leading Tennessee clinched its fifth consecutive winning season and moved a step closer to securing a playoff berth.