Scenes From Andy Roddick’s Trip To The Super Bowl [Video]
by Tom Gainey | February 7th, 2012, 9:46 pm
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Andy Roddick and friend and radio co-host Bobby Bones were part of the vast media presence in Indianapolis this past weekend Super Bowl 46.

The two Austinites were in town to host their weekly Fox radio show from “radio row” on Saturday. Andre Reed and Super Bowl winning coach Brian Billick were among their guests.

Bones was kind enough to release a few clips of their trip, complete with a special cameo by “intern” and Roddick wife Brooklyn Decker. Decker joined the gang on a zip line through the city.

And later the the “crew” sampled the popular St. Elmo’s Steakhouse, home of some mighty hot shrimp cocktail.

“Best party of the weekend in my unbiased opinion was the @lacoste @gqmagazine party with performance by @llcoolj on Friday night” Roddick tweeted.

After tearing his hamstring at the Australian Open, Roddick is expected to return next week in San Jose.


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