This week’s wrap-up is coming to you live from Houston, Texas, where the weather has been moderate and the Super Bowl events have been rolled out all week. Speaking at University of Houston earlier this week was a blast, especially because I was able to sit alongside former Sports Agent Blog contributor Mark Burns, who is doing big things for himself over at SportTechie. I’m really excited for the weekend’s events and being able to attend the actual Super Bowl. I usually return back home before the Big Game, but have the unique opportunity to be at the scene of what will hopefully be a very exciting game this year.

This week on Forbes:
(1) No One Can Top Tom Brady When It Comes To Trading Cards;
(2) This Week In Sports Law: NFL Marijuana Use, Braves Want $14 Million, Yordano Ventura’s Assets;
(3) Why Super Bowl Should Offer Online Streaming, Virtual Reality;
(4) New Jersey To President Trump: Keep Your Hands Off Internet Gaming;
(5) $4.5 Billion Will Be Wagered Illegally On Super Bowl 51; and
(6) New England Patriots With 3 Players In NFLPA Top 50 Player Sales List.

This week on Inc: The XFL’s Failure Was a Success for the Innovation of American Football

And as always, the weekly wrap-up: