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First round 2016 NFL draft order

The conclusion of Super Bowl 50 means we have an official order for the 2016 NFL draft. Check out the first round.

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Herm explains how Von Miller earned MVP honors (1:09)
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Key injuries in Super Bowl 50

Panthers WR Corey Brown was ruled out after suffering a concussion when he banged his head on the turf in the third quarter. He's one of several players to get banged up in Super Bowl 50.

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Going out on top (2:44)
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Jim Plunkett's ode to the Bay Area (3:38)
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From The Mag: The night Whitney won SBXXV

Ten days after the U.S. entered into war, Whitney Houston didn't just sing the national anthem at Super Bowl XXV -- she owned it. This is the story of her moment in time.

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Clayton: Ranking all 49 Super Bowls

What's the best Super Bowl of all time? What's the worst? With the event's golden anniversary upon us, John Clayton puts the previous 49 games in order.

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Young to Cam: 'Answer the questions'

Steve Young acknowledged the "hard spot" Cam Newton was put in postgame, but offered some advice to the Panthers QB.

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Heather Burns ESPN.com 

Peyton Manning still in the middle of a media scrum.

Marshawn Lynch hints at retirement

Adam Schefter reported earlier today that Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch had told people close to him he plans to retire. Then, during the Super Bowl, Lynch posted this tweet on his verified Twitter account.

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Dilfer: Loss isn't all on Cam

Trent Dilfer admits that Cam Newton missed some throws but that the Panthers' loss does not solely fall on his shoes.

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Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"Easy. Straight easy. Like water." - Broncos Malik Jackson, on Denver beating QBs Ben Roethlisberger, Tom Brady and Cam Newton in successive playoff games.

How did Denver fans react to Super Bowl?

Shelley Smith got a first-hand look at a Broncos fan celebration in Centennial, Colorado.

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Newton walks out of postgame presser

After saying very little to a number of questions, Cam Newton abruptly left the podium.

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Age is just a number

Peyton Manning became the oldest quarterback in NFL history to win the Super Bowl, eclipsing John Elway's previous mark by over a full year.

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Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

Peyton Manning on Broncos defense; "I'm just glad I'm on the same team as our defense and glad I don't have play against them ... No question our defense led the way."

Ian O'Connor ESPN Senior Writer 

Archie Manning said he will talk to Peyton hopefully this week or next about retirement. Archie said Peyton "would have to go to another team" and sounded very pessimistic Peyton would do that at his age.

Highlights: Broncos win Super Bowl 50

Peyton Manning wins his second Super Bowl and the Broncos earn their third title with a 24-10 victory over the Panthers in Super Bowl 50. With 2.5 sacks in the game, Denver LB Von Miller earns MVP honors.

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Peyton Manning: 'I don't have a plan'

Moments after winning Super Bowl 50, Manning and Sal Paolantonio discussed the Broncos QB's future.

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery on Cam Newton: "He's hurting. ... We all have areas where we can grow."

Super Bowl MVP-winning linebackers

  • Super Bowl 50 - Von Miller, Denver
  • Super Bowl XLVIII - Malcolm Smith, Seattle
  • Super Bowl XXXV - Ray Lewis, Baltimore
  • Super Bowl V - Chuck Howley, Dallas

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Only line I could hear from Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was: "It was nothing special they did." The player that smiled all week was sulking.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

After saying little Panthers quarterback Cam Newton walks away from reporters. Showed the side of him that hates losing. Wasn't a good side.

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Peyton Manning took a $4 million pay cut in the offseason. He's earned that money back by both making and winning the Super Bowl.

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The Manning brothers have combined to win four of the past 10 Super Bowls. [Credit: Michael C. Hebert/US PRESSWIRE]

Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

Chris Harris Jr. with his daughter -- On defending Cam Newton; "We knew he wouldn't' be comfortable."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton giving short, soft spoken answers.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

No stylish outfit for Panthers Cam Newton.