Phil Simms

Live and Unfiltered
SLATE 54 West 21st Street New York, NY 10010
Wednesday July 25, 2018 6:00PM — 8:00PM

For over three decades, the name Phil Simms and Super Bowl have remained synonymous with each other. After completing a 15-year veteran NFL career with the New York Giants highlighted by winning the Super Bowl XXI MVP, Simms now serves as an analyst for CBS Television Network’s NFL coverage on The NFL Today, contributor on Showtime's Inside The NFL, contributor on CBS Sports Network’s NFL Monday QB and co-host of the SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio program Simms and the Mad Dog.

From 1998 until 2016, Simms served as the lead NFL analyst for CBS’s NFL coverage on the lead NFL broadcast team. Simms has called six Super Bowl including Super Bowl 50 (2016), Super Bowl XLVII (2013), Super Bowl XLIV (2010) and Super Bowl XLI (2007), Super Bowl XXXVIII (2004) and Super Bowl XXXV (2001) for CBS.

Since 2008, Simms has served as a contributor for Inside The NFL on Showtime. In addition, Simms has teamed up with Steve Beuerlein and Rich Gannon to co-host NFL Monday QB on the CBS Sports Network since 2012. In 2017, Simms joined SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio as a co-host of the program Simms and the Mad Dog as well as an NFL analyst throughout the season.

Simms introduced the “Phil Simms All-Iron Team,” which honored NFL players and coaches, which first aired in a Christmas Day broadcast on CBS in 1999. The "All-Iron Team" special aired on Super Bowl XLI Sunday in February 2007, Super Bowl XLIV Sunday in February 2010, Super Bowl XLVII Sunday in February 2013 and Super Bowl 50 Sunday in February 2016.

Prior to joining CBS Sports, Simms served as a game analyst on NBC’s top broadcast team along with Dick Enberg and Paul Maguire from 1995-1998. While at NBC, Simms was behind the microphone for Super Bowl XXX (1996) and Super Bowl XXXIII (1999). Away from the gridiron, he has also announced weightlifting events for NBC Sports’ coverage of the 1996 Olympic Summer Games and served as sideline reporter on “The NBA in NBC”. Simms also worked on the “NFL Quarterback Challenge” and “Run To Daylight” while at NBC.

Schedule of Events

6:00PM Cocktail reception

6:45PM Program begins (moderated Q&A followed by guest Q&A)

7:30PM: Program concludes, cocktails and mingling continue

Event Etiquette
  1. Silence cell phones during program
  2. Keep talking to a minimum during the Q&A
  3. Fill out a question card for audience Q&A by check-in
  4. Outside memorabilia and autograph items are prohibited
  5. People under the age of 21 cannot attend

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