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The Super Bowl LVIII commercial would be excellent if the Dallas Cowboys were to be featured in it.

The Dallas Cowboys would be great in their Super Bowl LVIII commercial.

Emmitt Smith is no stranger to the spotlight, especially when it comes to the Super Bowl.

The three-time Super Bowl champion can now add “actor” to his resume as he appears in another commercial.


This time for the big game. Choctaw Casinos & Resorts announced the addition of a Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee to its roster of celebrity athlete ambassadors.

According to Tony Fay of Public Relations, the campaign will promote Smith’s participation in various events in the Choctaw region, creating a dynamic story through video, social media, radio and television in the North Texas market.

Smith’s first commercial for the campaign, called “Tape,” shows him getting a phone call from a friend asking when he’ll be ready to head down from his suite to spend a night out in the casino.

Emmitt assures the person on the other end of the line that he’s just about ready before the camera reveals the trainer taping Emmitt’s ankles before he heads down to play some games. “We get to be like actors and make people laugh at the same time,” Smith said.

“I am honored to be a part of this exciting campaign with Choctaw. The opportunity to contribute to their vibrant sports and entertainment scene pairs perfectly with my passion for the game and connecting with fans.”

This collaboration with Emmitt Smith brings Choctaw Casino & Resorts’ sports-related partnerships in North Texas to 25 in 2024, an increase of over 800% in seven years.


In 2021, Globe Life Park, former home of the Texas Rangers, was renamed Choctaw Stadium and is now home to the XFL champion Arlington Renegades.

Choctaw has already highlighted North Texas and global sports icons such as three-time Super Bowl champion and former Dallas Cowboy quarterback Troy Aikman, former Texas Rangers catcher Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez and Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee former Dallas Cowboy quarterback Darren Woodson. .

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