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NFL All-Access moved to Rose Bowl

June 15, 2012|By Sam Farmer
  • The Rose Bowl will host the L.A. Sports & Entertainment Commission's NFL All-Access on July 12.
The Rose Bowl will host the L.A. Sports & Entertainment Commission's… (Harry How / Getty Images )

The NFL is returning to Los Angeles … just as it does every summer.

The L.A. Sports & Entertainment Commission will host its 10th annual NFL All-Access on Thursday, July 12, at the Rose Bowl – the event is traditionally at the Coliseum – starting at 5 p.m.

All-Access features a cocktail party and Wolfgang Puck-catered buffet dinner, several football-related activities for guests on the field, and this year a panel discussion featuring Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Freeman, Baltimore linebacker Terrell Suggs, Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk, Raiders Chief Executive Amy Trask and others. There will also be a moderated interview with NBC’s Al Michaels.

Tickets are $500 per person. For additional information, contact Aubrey Walton at or at 213-236-2347.


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