From Super Bowl XLIII: Lil Wayne and Rick Reilly
You won't see their names together often, that's for sure.
Two of ESPN The Magazine's (and ESPNTheMag.Com's) main content providers were down in Tampa this weekend for the festivities. They're quite different men, but do their jobs ably: embedded here is a video of Lil Wayne interviewing people for us on the "NEXT" party red carpet Friday night. If you go right here, you can read Reilly's talk with US Air hero pilot Chesley (Sully) Sullenberger. (Here is Reilly's take on Shannon Sharpe not making the HOF.) All told, that's one thing to watch, two things to read as you wrap your head around the end of Cardinals vs. Steelers. Enjoy.
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