Cam Newton named 2015 AP Offensive Player of the Year

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    Predicting the Class of 2016

    Kurt Warner and Marvin Harrison are both finalists for the Hall of Fame's Class of 2016 -- but Elliot Harrison says one will have to wait a little longer. Check out the full prediction of Saturday night's class. Read

  2. Thomas Davis: Get this 'clown' Harrison off the air

    On Wednesday, former NFL player Rodney Harrison said he would try to injure Cam Newton if he was playing against him. Thomas Davis and Josh Norman blasted Harrison's comments Friday. Read

  3. Beyonce nails impromptu National Anthem at SB XLVII

    Beyonce surprised the media at her Super Bowl XLVII press conference by doing a stunning rendition of the National Anthem. Watch her sing ahead of her Super Bowl 50 appearance. Watch
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    Ready or not ... Final Super Bowl 50 thoughts

    Adam Schein sets the stage for what promises to be an epic showdown in Super Bowl 50 with nine final thoughts -- including how Peyton Manning has already furthered his legacy. Read

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    How to watch Super Bowl 50

    Super Bowl 50 will be live on CBS this Sunday, but your television is not the only way to watch or follow the game. Find out all the ways to watch. Read

  7. 50 years of greatness

    In the half century of the Super Bowl era, the NFL has brought fans the excitment, heart pounding plays and thrills of the game. Watch
  8. Goodell: Pro Bowl might not continue in current format

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell isn't happy with the current format of the Pro Bowl. Goodell said the current format is "not a real competition that we can be proud of." Read

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  10. There's no pressure on us. There's nobody picking us. There's nobody picking our 39-year-old quarterback to go play well.

    Broncos running back C.J. Anderson

    - Broncos running back C.J. Anderson, saying the Broncos aren't feeling any pressure.

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    Most Valuable Prankster: Akbar disguised as Cam

    Akbar Gbajabiamila disguises himself as Cam Newton in full Panthers uniform and takes to the streets of Super Bowl City in San Francisco. The amount of fans and media he tricks is amazing. Watch

  12. Super Bowl 50

    Analyst picks: Who has the edge?

    Will Cam Newton's Carolina Panthers win their first-ever Super Bowl? Or will Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos take the title? NFL analysts attempt to pick the winner, MVP and give a bold prediction. Read

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    We like that!

    Antonio Brown and Kirk Cousins broke the Guinness record for “Most one-handed catches in a minute" with 40, shattering the previous record of 33 set by Odell Beckham and Drew Brees. Watch

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    Panthers-Broncos Super Bowl gear

    After a wild and wacky NFL Championship Sunday the Panthers and Broncos are headed to Super Bowl 50. Gear up for the big game with authentic apparel from NFL Shop. Shop

  15. Panthers-Broncos Super Bowl 50 movie trailer

    It's a battle of No. 1s as the Carolina Panthers take on the Denver Broncos, and Cam Newton takes on "The Sheriff" Peyton Manning, in Super Bowl 50. Watch
  16. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Four-round mock draft: Cowboys grab QB Wentz

    The Cowboys' coaching staff worked with Carson Wentz at the Senior Bowl, and they are projected to select the fast-rising North Dakota State quarterback in Chad Reuter's four-round mock draft. Read

  17. Why the Broncos will win Super Bowl 50

    Ahead of Super Bowl 50, Marc Sessler makes the final case for the Denver Broncos and explains why they will win their third Super Bowl Bowl title on Sunday night. Read

  18. Why the Panthers will win Super Bowl 50

    Why will the Panthers lift their first title at Super Bowl 50? Carolina's offensive line and devastating LB tandem have a lot to do with it, according to Around the NFL's Gregg Rosenthal. Read

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    Pass Crushers

    The Broncos' secondary has been suffocating opponents like no other. Can the unit reach Legion of Boom status on Super Bowl Sunday? Michael Silver talks to Denver's No Fly Zone. Read

  20. Texans-Raiders to play Nov. 21 in Mexico City

    The Oakland Raiders will host the Houston Texans at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City on Monday night, November 21. The game will be televised live on ESPN in the U.S. and on Televisa and ESPN in Mexico. Read

  21. Lady Gaga chats about singing national anthem

    Before singing the national anthem Sunday at Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium, international music star Lady Gaga sat down to discuss her craft with NFL Media analyst Nate Burleson. Watch
  22. SB week brings Seal, Ultimate Warrior together

    Welcome to the Around The NFL End Around, a weekly look back at the world of the National Football League. Dan Hanzus serves as your guide. Read

  23. Super Bowl 50

    Merry band of misfits: Panthers WRs love the hate

    Kelvin Benjamin's injury was supposed to bury Carolina before the season even began. Not quite. Albert Breer profiles Philly Brown, Jerricho Cotchery and the NFL's most disrespected WR corps. Read

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    The Men In The Middle

    Mike Singletary, Wilber Marshall and Otis Wilson. Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs. Thomas Davis and Luke Kuechly? Jeffri Chadiha finds the linebacking heartbeat of Ron Rivera's Carolina Panthers. Read

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    Super Bowl City: Bay Area

    A maverick. A forward thinker. A team that stood tall. A master of his craft. With Super Bowl 50 shining a spotlight on the Bay Area, NFL Media presents four stories of locals ahead of their time. Read

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