March Madness is the hottest thing in sports right now, and it seems some of the biggest stars in the NFL are flocking to Las Vegas to get in on the action around town during the tournament. Many of the stars are heading to the newest resort in downtown, Circa Las Vegas. From legendary athletes to current Super Bowl superstars, Circa played host to everyone in town looking to get the full March Madness experience.
One of those stars was Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Scotty Miller, who stopped by Barry’s Downtown Prime recently, fresh off his Super Bowl win. Scotty was seen back in the kitchen with chef Barry Dakake after dinner at the vintage-style steakhouse.
NFL free agent Richard Sherman was seen at Circa’s amazing outdoor pool complex, Stadium Swim, and enjoyed a sunny day at the pool with casino owner Derek Stevens.
Stadium Swim during March Madness is truly impressive, as the NCAA games are shown on a 143-foot digital screen that can be seen from anywhere at the pool.
Another famous Tampa Bay Buccaneer also stopped by Circa, as LeGarrette Blount met up with casino executive Richard Wilk for a VIP tour of the property.
New Orleans Saints QB Taysom Hill stopped by Circa Las Vegas around the same time as Blount and met up with casino owner Derek Stevens and his wife, Nicole, at their permanently-reserved seats in the sportsbook. We’re told the three chatted it up before posing for a picture while Hill marveled at the 78 million pixels screen, that will hopefully feature the star next year when he vies for a starting spot.
The recent NFL sightings come after other stars sought out a good time at Circa, including Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden.