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  1. Super Bowl 50

    Broncos rock Panthers' offense, say Cam 'tapped out'

    Denver's defense completely overwhelmed the Panthers' prolific attack in Super Bowl 50 -- and afterward, the Broncos had plenty to say about demolishing Cam Newton and Co. Michael Silver has the story. Read

  2. Norman: 'It's hard to play two teams'

    Josh Norman, like most of the Carolina defense, didn't have a poor Super Bowl. But he was understandably crushed, telling reporters "it's hard to play two teams" after losing in Super Bowl 50. Read

  3. Will Super Bowl 50 rematch kick off 2016 season?

    The Denver Broncos kick off the 2016 season at home. Could a rematch of Super Bowl 50 vs. the Carolina Panthers open the NFL season? Or might the NFL put Tom Brady's Patriots in Denver? Read

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  5. SB50 most-watched program in TV history

    CBS's broadcast of Super Bowl 50 is the most-watched television program in history. The news should surprise no one considering the immense hype leading up to the matchup. Read

  6. Super Bowl 50

    Peyton earns second ring in Hollywood ending

    Despite all of Peyton Manning's achievements, his career didn't seem whole without a second title. That all changed when the Denver Broncos won Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, Judy Battista writes. Read

  7. Super Bowl 50

    Cam Newton's antics in loss fuel criticism

    Cam Newton was NFL's MVP this season, but his behavior during (and after) the Carolina Panthers' Super Bowl 50 loss to the Denver Broncos provides his critics with fresh ammo, Jeffri Chadiha writes. Read

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  9. Philadelphia Eagles cut wide receiver Riley Cooper

    The Philadelphia Eagles cut receiver Riley Cooper on Monday. The wideout averaged just 28.25 receiving yards per game the past two years. Read

  10. Broncos Super Bowl gear

    Broncos Super Bowl gear

    Congratulations to the Broncos, who are Super Bowl champions after taking down the Panthers in Super Bowl 50! Get your championship celebration gear now at NFL Shop. Shop

  11. Cam leaves after Harris boasts within earshot

    Cam Newton walked off his postgame press conference abruptly after Super Bowl 50. Video shows the Panthers quarterback could hear Denver corner Chris Harris boast about the Broncos game plan right before Newton walked away. Read

  12. One thing about Cam that I think a lot of people have to understand is he hates to lose. He really does. And a lot of great ones have that. Unfortunately, we just didn't win the big one. I think he'll learn and grow from this situation and come back stronger next year.

    Ron Rivera

    - Ron Rivera, on Cam Newton's antics after Super Bowl 50.

  13. Where does the 2015 Broncos defense rank all-time?

    The Denver Broncos defense put on a clinic in Super Bowl 50, but is the unit the best ever? "The Aftermath" crew tells you where the unit ranks with the best defenses in NFL history. Watch
  14. Name the Play

    Vote for the best names for these Super Bowl plays

    Log your votes for the best names for Von Miller's strip sack, Jordan Norwood's record return, Peyton Manning's victorious march off the field, plus an epic moment from the Super Bowl's glorious past. Read

  15. Super Bowl recap, Peyton's all-time QB rank

    Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks recap a captivating Super Bowl 50, debate whether Peyton Manning ranks among the best quarterback in NFL history and discuss what makes Von Miller so special. Listen

  16. How the Panthers' offense imploded

    The Panthers' high-flying offense was grounded to a halt by the Broncos in Super Bowl 50. Here are the three reasons behind the Panthers' struggles in their 24-10 loss in Santa Clara. Read

  17. Social media reacts to Beast Mode retiring

    Marshawn Lynch announced his retirement during the 4th quarter of Super Bowl 50. Several of his teammates wished him the best of luck. Here's what they had to say. Read

  18. NFL Now

    Top 5 'Beast Mode' moments

    Former Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch had plenty of memorable runs in his nine-year career. Check out what made his top 5 "Beast Mode" moments as he retires from the game. Watch

  19. Ealy makes history in Super Bowl 50

    Panthers defensive end Kony Ealy had arguably one of the best performances in Super Bowl history. Ealy is the only player to register three sacks and one interception in the Big Game. Read

  20. Super Bowl 50

    Wade Phillips goes where no Phillips has gone before

    Leading a dominant Broncos D, Wade Phillips notched a first for his family in 63 combined years of NFL coaching -- he won a Super Bowl. Albert Breer captures a moment of triumph for Bum Phillips' son. Read

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  22. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Who could be next Von Miller?

    On the heels of Von Miller's Super Bowl MVP performance, which prospect in this year's draft has the best chance of making a Miller-like impact in the NFL? Our panel of experts weighs in. Read

  23. View From The 50: This Is The End

    Around The NFL's Dan Hanzus gets a big surprise in his final day in the Bay Area. Find out what happened in the last edition of View From The 50. Read

  24. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    2016 NFL Draft order and team needs

    With the Denver Broncos emerging victorious in Super Bowl 50, the order for the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft is set. Lance Zierlein provides positional needs for every team. Read

  25. Coldplay, Beyonce, Bruno Mars deliver spectacle

    The NFL promised a halftime show that would honor the past, present and future of the Super Bowl era. Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars delivered a colorful spectacle on Sunday. Read

  26. Panthers vs. Broncos highlights

    Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos are Super Bowl 50 champions after using a dominant defensive performance to topple Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers, 24-10. Watch
  27. Pro Football Hall of Fame

    Four thoughts on the Class of 2016 (and one on 2017)

    As the definition of a first-ballot Hall of Famer, Brett Favre was a no-brainer for the Class of 2016. But where was Terrell Owens? What about Terrell Davis? Elliot Harrison breaks it all down. Read

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