Lisa Ann wants to reward Emmanuel Sanders for Super Bowl win
Lisa Ann has an outstanding offer to any member of a championship-winning team in American professional sports to cook them dinner as a reward for their accomplishment.
With the Super Bowl ending on Sunday, the former adult film star’s offer now stands for any member of the Denver Broncos who wants to take her up on it. She already has her sites on one player she’d most like to reward for his championship — wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders.
Lisa Ann joined the “Morning Men with Evan and Babs” on SiriusXM 85 Mad Dog Sports Radio Monday and was asked which player she’d want to cook dinner for.
“No. 1 would be Emmanuel Sanders. I just love having him on my fantasy team. He’s a great player, he’s fun to watch. He’s a little bit of an entertainer, but not too far like Cam Newton. I’d say first it would be Emmanuel Sanders, then he would be my gateway for all the players I want to cook dinner for,” Lisa Ann told hosts Evan Cohen and Mike Babchik.
Lisa Ann is so popular with the athletes that she says she received a FaceTime call from members on both sides of the Super Bowl prior to the game.
“I got a FaceTime yesterday from the field right before the game from my friend who you remember, Jeff Heuerman, who got injured at the beginning of training camp and didn’t get to play this season. I can’t count him because he didn’t play, is that correct?” Lisa Ann asked.
When Cohen told her that Heuerman, a tight end, wouldn’t could because he didn’t play, she revealed that a Panthers player also FaceTimed her, but she wouldn’t divulge who it was.
“I got FaceTimed by both teams before the game started. I was pretty excited about that. I’m not telling you that! I kind of got in with that. I was really happy that I showered and looked decent when I got these FaceTimes.”
Lisa Ann has become somewhat of a legend in athlete circles. Back in August she let us know about her deal to cook for athletes who win titles (full details here). She’s also been known to play a critical role in a player’s recovery from injury.
Good luck to Sanders, who had six catches for 83 yards in the Super Bowl, and definitely earned his meal.