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Rodman wants Phil Jackson to know he’s ready to coach Knicks

Dennis Rodman is apparently trying to get into coaching. The basketball Hall of Famer tweeted to Knicks President Phil Jackson and the team’s official Twitter account to lobby for the now-vacant head coaching position. Hey @PhilJackson11 @nyknicks, I have a pretty decent resume on the court and I can coach; and I'm available. Call me. @nba — Dennis Rodman (@dennisrodman...
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Von Miller mocks Panthers on Instagram after Broncos’ Super Bowl win

When you win the Super Bowl MVP Award, you can afford to gloat a little bit at the expense of your opposition. And Von Miller is taking full advantage of that much. The Broncos linebacker, who was virtually unblockable in the team’s 24-10 victory in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, took to Instagram to tease the Panthers just a few hours after the win. Miller, the four-time Pro Bowler...
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Wade Phillips trolls Panthers with tweet about the Dab

Who knew Wade Phillips was so good at Twitter? The Broncos’ defensive coordinator got in on the act of trolling the Carolina Panthers on Monday with this snappy little note about dabbing. A little Dab with do you but too much Dab will undo you! — Wade Phillips (@sonofbum) February 8, 2016 Basically, Cam Newton just got shaded. Hard. We’re assuming Coach Phillips meant “will...
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Report: LeSean McCoy assaulted two off-duty police officers

Bills running back LeSean McCoy is reportedly under investigation for assaulting two off-duty Philadelphia police officers. According to ABC-6 in Philadelphia, McCoy and a friend – identified by CSN Philadelphia’s John Gonzalez as former NFL running back Curtis Brinkley – got in a physical altercation with two off-duty officers at the Recess Lounge in Philadelphia at around...
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Report: Knicks fire coach Derek Fisher

The New York Knicks have reportedly fired head coach Derek Fisher. Sources told ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne Monday morning that Fisher is out as the team’s head coach. The Knicks have fired Derek Fisher, sources told ESPN. — Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) February 8, 2016 Kurt Rambis will reportedly serve as the team’s interim coach. According to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst...
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Cam Newton proves again he is a great winner and terrible loser

Cam Newton managed to become the headline story after the Super Bowl even though he lost the game, and it’s all because of the way he handled defeat. The Carolina Panthers quarterback had a poor game against the stellar Denver Broncos defense. He was a shoddy 18-of-41 for 265 yards and an interception. He did add 45 yards rushing. He was a one-man show on offense most of the season...
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Steph Curry trolls himself with Jordan face meme

Steph Curry had no choice but to get out in front of the Carolina Panthers’ loss to the Denver Broncos, and he did so by trolling himself. The North Carolina native is a big Panthers fan and has supported the team for years. He was one of their most high-profile fans throughout the Super Bowl run, even being brought out to the big game at Levi’s Stadium to bang the drum pregame...
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Archie Manning thinks Peyton is done in Denver

Many are wondering what Peyton Manning will do after winning the Super Bowl. Will he walk away from the game and retire? Will he continue his NFL career? Will he go to a new team? For what it’s worth, his dad Archie thinks the latter is possible. “I think Peyton’s done in Denver. I think Peyton’s done in Denver,” Archie Manning repeated in an interview with NFL Media...
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Bill Romanowski calls Cam Newton ‘boy’ then apologizes

Former NFL player Bill Romanowski got himself into trouble with a questionable tweet that appeared to have racial undertones. Romanowski, who was one of the more controversial players in the league during his 16-season NFL career, criticized Cam Newton for the way the QB walked out of his postgame media conference. He punctuated his criticism by calling Newton “boy.” Romanowski...
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Aqib Talib talks about having sex with wife after win

Aqib Talib was a true character after wining the Super Bowl on Sunday. The Denver Broncos cornerback boldly stated his plans to have sex with his wife, and he said so in front of the media. The Boston Herald’s Jeff Howe related Talib’s comments: Aqib Talib is at the podium. Mid-question, looks at his wife, "You're looking gorgeous, baby. We're gonna get it in tonight." —...
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Whataburger zings Cam Newton in tweet

Fast food burger chain Whataburger took advantage of an opportunity to zing Cam Newton with a tweet during the Super Bowl on Sunday. After watching Newton shy away from his fumble on a potential go-ahead drive in the final minutes of the game, Whataburger sent this tweet. Cam Newton could probably use a Whataburger right now But he might turn away from it… — Whataburger® ...
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Was Peyton Manning paid for Budweiser mentions?

After winning the Super Bowl on Sunday, Peyton Manning did not say anything about his retirement plans, but he did make sure to give a very specific shoutout to an alcoholic beverage brand. During his postgame interview on CBS with Tracy Wolfson, the Denver Broncos QB specifically mentioned drinking Budweiser as part of his celebratory plans. Then while talking on stage in an interview...
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Marshawn Lynch appears to announce retirement on Twitter

In his typical understated way, Marshawn Lynch may have announced his retirement. The Seattle Seahawks running back sent a tweet at the end of the Super Bowl on Sunday that included a photo of cleats hanging up on a phone wire, along with an emoji of two fingers making the peace sign: pic.twitter.com/wesip4IhOR — Shawn Lynch (@MoneyLynch) February 8, 2016 The peace sign is...
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Peyton Manning gives Papa John a kiss after game

If you guessed that the first person Peyton Manning would celebrate with after winning the Super Bowl would be Papa John, come down and collect your prize. Because that is exactly what happened after Manning and the Denver Broncos won Super Bowl 50. I know, I know. You’re thinking that you can’t escape this Papa John clown. You have to see him in commercials first and now...
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Eli did not look thrilled after Peyton locked up Super Bowl

Eli Manning picked about the worst moment possible to have his typical robotic reaction. Eli was with the rest of the Manning family watching Peyton play in the Super Bowl on Sunday. After the Broncos scored a touchdown to go up 24-10 — essentially putting the game out of reach — CBS flashed to the celebration in the Manning box. Everyone was noticeably excited and clapping...
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Peyton Manning declines to comment on possible retirement

Peyton Manning declined to comment on his potential retirement after winning the Super Bowl on Sunday in a 24-10 win over the Carolina Panthers. Instead he decided to focus the conversation on other things. “I’ll take some time to reflect. I’ve got a couple of priorities. First I want to kiss my wife and my kids. I want to go hug my family. I’m going to take care of those...
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Panthers' Josh Norman crying after losing Super Bowl

Josh Norman couldn’t handle the heartbreak after losing the Super Bowl on Sunday. Following his Carolina Panthers’ 24-10 loss to the Denver Broncos in the big game, Norman went over to congratulate his idol Peyton Manning, and then he cried. #Panthers CB Josh Norman in tears after the loss to the #Broncos defense pic.twitter.com/KgZOet63qF — Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman...
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Mike Carey not heard from again after being wrong earlier

Viewers watching the Super Bowl on Sunday noticed something interesting in the second half: Mike Carey was nowhere to be heard from. Carey has been CBS’ version of Mike Pereira, a former referee brought in during the telecast to help provide more insight when officials review plays. Early in the game, he was brought in to share his analysis following a Carolina challenge on an...
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Mike Tyson stars in Super Bowl commercial (Video)

The commercials shown during the Super Bowl are more of a talking point than the game itself for some. Just prior to halftime, one aired featuring Mike Tyson. Tyson appeared in a commercial for Michael & Son Services, a handyman company based in Alexandria, Virginia. In the ad, Tyson comes in to knock out Vanilla-Gorilla, who was beating Amir Tyson in a boxing match. As Michael...
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Super Bowl halftime show replay (Video)

Coldplay, Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson all came together for the Super Bowl 50 halftime show at Levi’s Stadium. With the Denver Broncos leading the Carolina Panthers 13-7, Coldplay came out to perform a few songs. It was a colorful performance, especially if we’re talking about the clothing of the band. Before too long, Beyonce finally came out and performed her new song...
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Aqib Talib commits three awful penatlies in first half of SB

Aqib Talib was up to his usual hot-headed ways during the first half of the Super Bowl on Sunday. The Denver Broncos cornerback committed three penalties in the first half, two of which were 15-yard personal fouls. The first penalty was a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct that Talib got for taking off his helmet during a confrontation. The penalty gave Carolina a first down because...
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Derek Carr sends funny tweet after Von Miller sack

Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr is all too familiar with division opponent Von Miller. So when he saw the Denver Broncos linebacker strip sack Cam Newton in the Super Bowl — a play that led to Denver’s first touchdown — he had to comment. Here’s what the Raiders QB said: Von Miller everybody — Derek Carr (@derekcarrqb) February 8, 2016 Glad I'm not the only...
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PuppyMonkeyBaby Mountain Dew commercial too catchy

PuppyMonkeyBaby. PuppyMonkeyBaby. PuppyMonkeyBaby. PuppyMonkeyBaby. PuppyMonkeyBaby. PuppyMonkeyBaby. PuppyMonkeyBaby. Say it with me, PuppyMonkeyBaby. Puppy Monkey Baby Mountain Dew commercial lol wat? pic.twitter.com/zi5t0sUkd7 — ⓂarcusD (@_MarcusD_) February 8, 2016 Mountain Dew had this commercial that definitely had an impact on viewers. Regardless of whether or not...
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Doritos ultrasound commercial was awesome (Video)

Doritos took the early lead at the Super Bowl with one of the best commercials featured during the telecast. This one saw a couple at a woman’s ultrasound and it featured the baby in the womb reacting strongly to the Doritos chips the dad was eating. Whoever came up with this one is a genius!
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Betty White does the Dab pregame (Video)

Betty White is still cool even at 94 years old. Just like the Carolina Panthers, she can do the Dab. BETTY WHITE DAB pic.twitter.com/PCmcsF0IIb — CJ Fogler (@cjzero) February 7, 2016 This just shows why the Dab is so easy. Unlike other dance moves that became popular among sports teams and players, it requires very little coordination and rhythm. Too easy. But Betty does it better than most.
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