NFL Players Sing Beyonce Songs, Reveal Their Favorites Ahead Of Super Bowl Performance [VIDEO]

on January 30 2013 5:25 PM

 

In anticipation of Beyonce’s halftime Super Bowl performance, NFL players have released a video revealing their favorite songs by the superstar. 

Thomas DeCoud, a Falcons safety, opens the video by singing “Say My Name.” Among the NFL players in the video are Cowboys tight end Jason Witten, Chiefs safety Eric Berry and Texans offensive tackle Duane Brown.

“You know, she makes good music; she's beautiful,” says Berry, quickly adding, “Jay-Z, no offense there.” 

“She’s the female version of Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson could perform, he could sing … so I feel like she’s the total package,” he goes on to say.

“1+1” is 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis’ favorite Beyonce song, and Redskins linebacker Lorenzo Alexander covers her hit song, “Freakum Dress.” 

Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington does a nice cover of her ballad, “Listen.”

Meanwhile, Beyonce is in New Orleans as she prepares to headline Super Bowl XLVII between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens. 

Beyonce is expected to begin the halftime show Sunday with her hit song, “Crazy in Love,” which features her husband, Jay-Z, a source told Us Weekly.

She will then reunite with her Destiny’s Child partners, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. They will sing a medley of some of their greatest hits, including “Bills, Bills, Bill” and “Survivor.” They will also perform their newest song since 2004, “Nuclear,” a love song. 

"She can't wait to get on the Super Bowl stage and show everyone," the Us source went on to say.