When he’s not guarding the galaxy, Chris Pratt can be found cheering on his beloved Seattle Seahawks on Twitter ... and at the game.
Recently, Pratt and “Captain America” star Chris Evans made a bet when their teams—the ‘Hawks and Patriots—met in the Super Bowl. Evans won the bet.
Carolina Panthers: Brooklyn Decker
The model-turned-actress isn’t your average Panthers fan. When the team hired Ron Rivera as head coach, Brooklyn Decker immediately quizzed those who had played for him and deemed the hire a “good” move.
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San Francisco 49ers: Marisa Miller
Marisa Miller, who is from Santa Cruz, said she fell in love with the 49ers in the glory days of the ‘80s when she watched games with her dad. Her favorite Niners moment came when they defeated the Bengals thanks to John Taylor’s clutch catch.
Dallas Cowboys: LeBron James
LeBron James—one of the best players in the NBA—is a devout Cowboys fan. When he has time, ‘Bron can be found on the Cowboys’ sideline.
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Chicago Bears: Barack Obama
It’s hard to find a bigger celebrity fan than POTUS. Barack Obama has always shown support for his Chicago sports teams.
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Buffalo Bills: Donald Trump
How huuuuge would it have been if Donald Trump had successfully purchased the Bills when the team was on the market?
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New Orleans Saints: Brad Pitt
Part-time New Orleans resident Brad Pitt is a big fan of “Who Dat” nation. In fact, Pitt’s son Maddox has been known to scream the Saints battle cry after big wins.
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New England Patriots: Mark Wahlberg
Mark Wahlberg’s fandom for Tom Brady and the Patriots has crossed over to the big screen. The star QB has appeared alongside Wahlberg in Entourage and Ted 2.
Denver Broncos: Lindsey Vonn
Lindsey Vonn is a die-hard Denver Broncos fan. The Olympic skier lives in Colorado. She’s also made a handful of appearances on the Broncos’ sideline recently.
Los Angeles Rams: Kendrick Lamar
If you’re a fan of HBO’s Hard Knocks, then surely you saw Los Angeles-born rapper Kendrick Lamar attending the Rams’ first training camp in California since the franchise moved from St. Louis.
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Philadelphia Eagles: Bradley Cooper
Bradley Cooper has been a Philly fanatic his whole life. So it wasn’t a shock to see Cooper play an Eagles fan in Silver Linings Playbook.
Washington Redskins: Kevin Durant
The newest member of the Golden State Warriors might be playing in Oakland this year, but his support for D.C. teams has never wavered. And that includes his hometown ‘Skins.
Baltimore Ravens: Michael Phelps
The most decorated Olympic athlete ever, Michael Phelps, is a Baltimore native who was lucky enough to celebrate the Ravens’ most recent Super Bowl championship with the franchise.
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New York Giants: Kate Mara
Kate Mara—who has family ties to the Steelers and Giants—is a big supporter of the G-Men. Mara has said that her favorite Giants player is all-time great Lawrence Taylor.
Indianapolis Colts: Rob Lowe
Rob Lowe is literally one of the biggest Colts fans around. The former Parks and Recreation star experienced his football fantasy by playing at the Colts’ stadium with Andrew Luck and Reggie Wayne in an episode.
Kansas City Chiefs: Paul Rudd
Paul Rudd is such a huge Chiefs fan that he records the NFL Draft so he and his son can watch every single Chiefs draft pick together.
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Pittsburgh Steelers: Wiz Khalifa
Back in 2011, superfan and rapper Wiz Khalifa recorded the Steelers’ unofficial anthem “Black and Yellow” for all the Pittsburgh fans who love to wave their Terrible Towels.
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Atlanta Falcons: Samuel L. Jackson
It’s got to be tough to find a more vocal Falcons fan than the boisterous Samuel L. Jackson.
New York Jets: Adam Sandler
Adam Sandler remembers when he was 2 years old, and Joe Namath miraculously pulled off an unbelievable upset over the Colts.
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Minnesota Vikings: Nick Swardson
Nick Swardson spends his Sundays writing profanity-laden tweets in support of his Minnesota Vikings. Unfortunately, the comedian is still recovering from the devastating Teddy Bridgewater news.
Oakland Raiders: Ice Cube
Born and raised in Los Angeles when the Raiders were his hometown team, actor and music star Ice Cube still proudly wears silver and black.
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Green Bay Packers: Lil Wayne
The New Orleans-born rapper Lil Wayne is a fan of many teams. But Weezy has long been an admirer of Aaron Rodgers and the cheeseheads. He made the song “Green and Yellow”—not to be confused with “Black and Yellow”— about the Packers in 2011.
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Cleveland Browns: Condoleezza Rice
Condoleezza Rice is a big football fan. The former secretary of state supports the Browns and she even donned a Cleveland jersey at an NFL event recently.
Detroit Lions: Kid Rock
Kid Rock is from the Detroit area and has performed at Lions games multiple times. Like Wiz Khalifa, Kid Rock recorded a Lions anthem called “In Detroit.”
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Jacksonville Jaguars: Bill Murray
The hilarious Bill Murray is a big fan of the Jaguars. The elusive actor even made an appearance at Jaguars training camp.
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Miami Dolphins: Warren Buffett
Big stars such as Gloria Estefan and Serena Williams are partial owners of the Dolphins, but Warren Buffett, the billionaire business tycoon, might just be the biggest celebrity fan of the Florida franchise. He’s so dedicated that he dressed in shoulder pads and an Ndamukong Suh jersey at a recent home opener.
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Cincinnati Bengals: Nick Lachey
Don’t mess with a die-hard fan when they’re watching their team. In 2012, Nick Lachey—the former 98 Degrees band member—was forced to leave a Chargers-Bengals game after an altercation with a Bolts fan.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Dick Vitale
In the 2016 NFL Draft, die-hard Buccaneers fan Dick Vitale had the honor of announcing Tampa Bay’s fourth-round pick. With the selection, the eccentric ESPN broadcaster proceeded to draft himself as a joke.
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San Diego Chargers: Nick Cannon
While working at a recent Super Bowl Media Day, Nick Cannon revealed that he’s a fan of the San Diego Super Chargers.
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Arizona Cardinals: John McCain
Arizona senator John McCain loves his Cardinals so much that he’s defended them against Vikings fan Al Franken, a Senate colleague representing Minnesota.
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Tennessee Titans: Tim McGraw
Tim McGraw is a big fan of the Tennessee Titans. The country music star has been a frequent visitor to Titans practice.
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Houston Texans: George Bushes
The two Presidents Bush built their careers in the Lone Star State. Big baseball fans, the two have also been known to frequent Texans football games in Houston.