[NFL.com] Last Wednesday night, I attended Glazerpalooza, the popular annual Super Bowl party hosted by FOX insider and Ballers star Jay Glazer with The h.wood Group. Ballers is a bad show, but this was a good party. Here are highlights and observations from the star-studded event.
The Glazer event is where things start to change on the Super Bowl party circuit. You have to know someone or be someone to get on the guest list and, as a result, the crowd is better looking and better dressed with a slight waft of sleaze in the air. There’s a wild amount of exploratory eye contact. It’s a big party to see and be seen.
This was an open-bar event (that’s a good job by you, Jay Glazer), but I still heard the incredibly lame pickup line, “Can I buy you a drink?” three times, including once by a bombed, boorish prominent former player. Later in the party, this same individual accidentally knocked a woman onto the dance floor, drink and all.
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It’s got to be either Joe Namath or Terry Bradshaw. The hint: The Player in the illustration is wearing #57 – 5+7=12. Both Namath and Bradshaw wore #12 …
I’m going to go with Bradshaw, because he and Glazer appear on the same Fox NFL show together.
All of them.
This is a sports blind. I got nothing.
Steve Atwater (he was a University of Arkansas Razorback / Hog / Boar / Boor), played ten years for the Denver Broncos (Super Bowl 50 champs), and was a finalist (to become an inductee) for the 2016 NFL HALL of FAME.
Former player? Favre?
Saw former player, but I still think he’s one of the three. Prior would be Boomer..
I’m going to guess Troy Aikman????
If he was trying to pick up men
The reporter is a guy. I wanted to check the article since there was no other mention in the blind.
The reporter didn’t said if the player flirted with him.
Only if Timmy was trying to get past her to get to Michael Sam
Player : Brett Favre
Dancing with Mr D says
All I can think of is Joe Namath, who was sloppily drunk when being interviewed and tried to kiss the interviewer. This was a number of years ago.
^This, since Joe helped present the Lombardi trophy at the end of the game.
my first thought as well. we are old, eh?