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Snoop Dogg celebrates Super Bowl win for one of his former youth players, Ronnie Hillman

To the list of Super Bowl records set on Sunday, add this one: Most Super Bowl victories by a one-time player in the Snoop Youth Football League: 1, Ronnie Hillman, Denver Broncos.The Broncos running back became the first alumnus of the youth football organization run by rapper Snoop Dogg to win a Super Bowl, a fact noted by Snoop himself.Hillman, who grew up in Compton, California...
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Broncos, Panthers combine to break / tie 10 Super Bowl records

While Super Bowl 50 almost certainly will be remembered more for Peyton Manning’s second championship -- in perhaps his final game -- than it will for what went down on the field, Sunday’s big game left its mark (10 of them, in fact) on the record books.Fittingly, it is Manning and that dominant Denver defense, which battered Cam Newton all day in the Broncos’ 24-10, who took...
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Panthers offseason to-do list, starting with keeping Josh Norman

Now that the Super Bowl is over, we’re rolling out a get-to-the-point offseason plan for both teams involved. First the Panthers, and later Monday the Broncos. Here’s our three-point plan for Carolina.1. Keep Josh Norman – one way or the otherThe cornerback had a breakout season in 2015 – picking up his first All-Pro and Pro Bowl recognition in his fourth year -- and will...
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Thomas Davis shares horrifying photo of his arm after Super Bowl loss

There's tough and then there's Thomas Davis.The Carolina Panthers linebacker was forced to undergo surgery after breaking his right forearm in the NFC Championship Game. Despite having several screws inserted into said arm, he was determined to play in Sunday's Super Bowl 50.And he did, unfortunately in a losing effort as the Denver Broncos ran away with a 24-10 victory. After the...
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Peyton Manning would be crazy to take another NFL snap

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Peyton Manning still won’t say he’s retiring.He doesn’t need to.It’s too perfect for Manning not to leave now with a second Lombardi Trophy in tow thanks to Denver’s 24-10 win over Carolina on Sunday in Super Bowl 50.And the reality is, it’s not going to get any better if Manning continues to try to play.The image of Manning going out on top as...
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Eli Manning had a hilarious reaction to his brother's Super Bowl win

With 3:08 remaining in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson gave the Broncos a two-touchdown lead over the Carolina Panthers with a two-yard touchdown run, effectively wrapping up Denver's 24-10 victory.The title is thought to be a fitting sendoff for Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, whom many expect to retire in the wake of the his second championship...
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Russell Wilson says he'll 'miss sharing the backfield' with Marshawn Lynch

The Seattle Seahawks are losing one of their best players to retirement. Running back Marshawn Lynch posted a picture of his Seahawks' lime green cleats that were hung up on a powerline with a peace sign emoji. Not long after, quarterback Russell Wilson reflected on his time playing with Beast Mode. Lynch, who turns 30 in April, has had over 1,200 carries over the last five seasons...
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11 best commercials from Super Bowl 50

We laughed, we cried, we got important PSAs about water conservation and opioid-induced constipation, but at the end of the day these were the 11 best commercials from Super Bowl 50. To see all of the day's commercials, click here.Mountain Dew: Puppy Monkey BabyOK, this one is admittedly historically weird. But be honest -- you're going to remember it. And that's really the end goal...
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Von Miller nabs honor after punishing Newton all night

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Archie Manning weighs in on Peyton's retirement plans

Peyton Manning may not be talking about his retirement decision on Sunday night, but his dad is another matter.After the Broncos won Super Bowl 50 on Sunday night by beating the Panthers, 24-10, Archie Manning gave us a glimpse of what he thinks could happen this offseason."I think Peyton's done in Denver," Archie Manning said. "He may be done everywhere."Archie Manning said he didn...
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Peyton Manning is the first QB to win a Super Bowl with two different teams

Peyton Manning did something no other quarterback has done in NFL history on Sunday when the Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50 -- he became the first quarterback to win a Super Bowl with two different teams.Manning's first Super Bowl victory came back in Super Bowl XLI when he was with the Indianapolis Colts and they defeated the Chicago Bears 29...
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Bill Romanowski calls Cam Newton 'boy' after Super Bowl loss

Sunday wasn't Cam Newton's day.The Carolina Panthers quarterback got smacked around by the Denver Broncos defense in a 24-10 loss in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday. After the game, the criticisms started coming in droves.People had problems with Newton's turnovers, maybe his effort level on a fumble, and for his attitude at his postgame press conference. Then there was ex-NFL linebacker...
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Deion Sanders sums up Cam Newton's ugly press conference perfectly

Cam Newton had a dreadful performance in Sunday's Super Bowl. The league's MVP followed that up with an even uglier showing in his press conference. Newton, who abruptly walked off the podium, was unenthusiastic, brief and clearly dejected. Understandably so. Newton, however, drew some criticism from NFL Media's Deion Sanders after his presser."You are the face of our brand right...
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John Elway declares Super Bowl victory honors Broncos owner Pat Bowlen

After Super Bowl XXXII, Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen famously congratulated quarterback John Elway on the first of his two career championships by holding up the Lombardi Trophy after Denver's 31-24 win over the Green Bay Packers and declaring, "This one's for John."Eighteen years later, the Hall of Famer Elway was finally able to return the favor.Moments after the Broncos defeated...
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Panthers stumble in Super Bowl loss to Broncos

The question for two weeks leading up to Super Bowl 50 was whether the Denver Broncos' vaunted defense could possibly contain the Carolina Panthers' unstoppable offense for long enough to deliver quarterback Peyton Manning a championship in what might be his final NFL game. On Sunday, the AFC champs answered with a resounding yes.
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Check out Steph Curry's 'Crying Jordan' face after Panthers' epic SB 50 loss

Stephen Curry is a miraculous basketball sensation who, generally speaking, has very little to complain about. The Golden State Warriors are the best team in the NBA and he's on his way to a second-straight MVP and second-straight championship.But in his down time, Curry is also a huge fan of the Carolina Panthers, and when your favorite team loses in the Super Bowl it's basically...
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Emotional Josh Norman shows us what it feels like to lose a Super Bowl

To the victor go the spoils.But for the losers, there are only tears and what-ifs to think about. When the Panthers lost, 24-10, to the Broncos in Super Bowl 50, all-world cornerback Josh Norman couldn't contain his emotions on the sidelines.Moments before that, in a classy gesture, Norman gave Peyton Manning some props coming off the field with the result all but decided.Norman...
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Malik Jackson's journey to Super Bowl champion included painting football fields in HS

Reaching the Super Bowl is a goal of every player to step foot on a football field. Winning one is the ultimate dream. Denver Broncos defensive end Malik Jackson accomplished the former two years ago, coming up short against the Seattle Seahawks. This year, he returned with Denver and helped the Broncos win their third Super Bowl in franchise history.It was Jackson's first-quarter...
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Aqib Talib might have hit the Super Bowl champagne a bit too hard

You can't blame the man for being excited.Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib was pumped after his team beat up the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday. And to the victors go the spoils.Talib took his spot at the podium postgame and he uncorked this beauty with his wife sitting next to him:Right on, buddy. But he wasn't done. His appearance was requested at the NFL Network...
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Broncos' offense was historically bad in Super Bowl 50 win

The Denver Broncos are Super Bowl 50 champions after their 24-10 win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, and they made history with a historically bad performance on offense.The Broncos finished with 194 yards of total offense -- the lowest yardage total ever for any Super Bowl champion.The Broncos finished with just 11 first downs on offense and they converted just 1-of-14 third...
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Cam Newton storms out of his Super Bowl press conference

Cam Newton was clearly dejected after the Panthers' 24-10 Super Bowl loss.Newton met with the media for a brief amount of time and gave one-word answers to match nearly every long-winded question."We dropped balls, we turned the ball over, gave up sacks, threw errant passes," Newton said.The league's MVP grew tired of the questions and abruptly walked out of the press conference...
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What's next for Peyton Manning when he does retire?

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- John Elway sold cars. Brett Favre coached high school football. Dan Marino became a broadcaster So what’s life going to be like post-NFL for another future Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback in Denver’s Peyton Manning? If Super Bowl 50 is truly his final hurrah as expected, Manning won’t be lacking options in “retirement.” Here are some of the...
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Super Bowl 50 champion Denver Broncos are getting title belts from Triple H

After their defensive beatdown of the Carolina Panthers in Sunday's 24-10 Super Bowl 50 win, the Denver Broncos are of course due to receive some gorgeous championship rings in the near future. But before they get the standard jewelry to celebrate Peyton Manning's second Super Bowl victory, WWE's Triple H has a gift for Super Bowl MVP Von Miller & Co. —€” an awesome Broncos...
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Vegas doesn't expect Broncos or Panthers to return to Super Bowl in 2017

The Denver Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday in Santa Clara, Calif.Surprisingly, neither are favored to return and play in Super Bowl 51 in Houston on Feb. 5, 2017, according to the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.The sportsbook tabbed the Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers as 8-to-1 favorites for the next Super Bowl.The...
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Papa John swoops in to congratulate Peyton Manning on Super Bowl win

Peyton Manning knows a thing or two about brand loyalty, friends.Immediately after winning Super Bowl 50, the Broncos QB took the field in celebration, and through a mass of bodies appeared none other than the Papa.Papa John's Pizza founder John Schnatter, that is. Schnatter leaned in and embraced Manning --“ and maybe even gave him a celebratory peck on the cheek. Never bite the...
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