By Nicholas Meyer, CBS Sacramento

Radio Row at the NFL Experience is an exciting and fun place to witness your favorite radio shows live and to see many players and celebrities walking around.

The players and celebrities who appear are too numerous to list, and the radio shows are constantly being broadcasted. Be warned, however, that the are men and women working in these booths are doing live shows for their audiences at home, and because these players and celebrities are actively scheduled guests of shows, they may not have time to stop and give you autographs or selfies.

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That means Radio Row is the perfect place to snap pictures of them as they walk from booth-to-booth, but it is not the place for autographs and memorabilia.

Don’t let that get you down though, the NFL is aware of how coveted autographs of players are, and they have set up events that allow you to receive them.

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The NFL Experience has booths dedicated to giving fans the autographs of players, and they have gone all-out in getting the talent and big names available for the fans.

If an autograph from Richard Sherman, Antonio Brown or Deandre Hopkins sounds like something you would love to have, then check out the NFL’s website or the Road to 50 phone app. Both have schedules and listings for player signings. The signings are limited to either an item purchased at the NFL Shop or a card provided by the booth.

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There are also signing events happening outside of the main attractions, such as the SB 50 Autograph Extravaganza, but many of these events charge a fee per autograph.