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On Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 in the Super Bowl. Congrats Baltimore, enjoy it while it lasts.
The Ravens, of course, defeated the Denver Broncos to get to the SB. Next season, they’ll face off again, and Denver will be looking for revenge.
Meanwhile, the Broncos are currently the Vegas favorites to win the SB in 2014 with 5-1 odds.
Before we get too far ahead of ourselves though, the combine is just 16 days away, free agency is 36 days away, and the 2013 NFL Draft is 60 days away. The Broncos currently have six selections in the upcoming draft.
In his final few games of 2012, quarterback Peyton Manning wore a glove on his right passing hand. Moving forward, he’ll probably keep the glove.
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After missing the entire 2011 campaign to recover from an alarming four neck surgeries in 19 months, future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning won the Associated Press’ 2012 NFL Comeback Player of the Year award. The 36-year-old Manning, who tossed 37 touchdowns, against 11 picks, for 4,659 yards this past autumn, thrived in Denver and should be proud of leading the Broncos...
New Orleans, LA (Sports Network) - Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was named the NFL's Comeback Player of the Year Saturday, as voted by the Associated Press.Manning, who received 31 1/2 votes to easily outdistance Minnesota Vikings running back and 2012 NFL MVP Adrian Peterson (17 1/2), completed 400-of-583 passes for 4,659 yards with 37 touchdowns against just 11...
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Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was announced as the 2012 Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player Saturday night at "NFL Honors."
Peterson earned the award after rushing for 2,097 yards and
Saturday night was the second annual NFL Honors Awards show where the biggest AP honors of the season are presented to their recipients.
Alec Baldwin was on hand to host the show, and as far as sports awards show monologues go, this one was top notch (though nothing will ever beat Norm Macdonald‘s at the 1998 ESPYs). Baldwin didn’t pull any punches, as he went after Peyton Manning...
The NFL handed out it’s 2012 season awards on Saturday in New Orleans at the second annual “NFL Honors” hosted by actor Alec Baldwin. Vikings RB Adrian Peterson won MVP, Broncos QB Peyton Manning won Comeback Player of the Year, Redskins QB Robert Griffin III won offensive rookie of the year and Texans JJ Watt wins defensive rookie player of the year.
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Before the 2011 season, Eli Manning called himself a top-5 quarterback. Everyone laughed. He won the Super Bowl. Before the 2012 season, Joe Flacco called himself the best quarterback in the NFL. Everyone laughed. He won the Super Bowl. There really seems to be something to this self-proclaiming greatness thing. I am so getting laid tonight! Laugh all you want. I don’t care.
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer Chuck Pagano walks into the Colts complex now and looks like his old self.
The graying goatee is back. The salt-and-pepper hair on top of his head is slowly returning. The clothes fit, and the 52-year-old coach sounds lively and passionate as he starts looking toward his second season in the NFL...
Joe Flacco’s agent Joe Linta was asked if his client should now be the highest paid player in the NFL.
“Yes,” Linta replied, per CNBC.
Linta stressed that Flacco is now a national figure that he won a Super Bowl and was the MVP.
“He immediately becomes a national figure,” Linta told CNBC. “If he had walked down the street in Chicago last week, probably no one would know...