With the 2024 Super Bowl in Las Vegas just 68 days away, it is shaping up to be potentially the biggest “Big Game” in NFL history.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the fans and business partners of the league are excited to see what a Las Vegas Super Bowl has to offer.
“I would say the buzz, at least in our environment, has never been higher,” Goodell said during a Super Bowl brunch event Tuesday at Caesars Forum. “And again, I think that’s so much of what you’ve created here (in Las Vegas).”
CBS Sports will carry out the largest Super Bowl production in the network’s history with 110 cameras to be used during the Feb. 11 game at Allegiant Stadium, according to CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus.