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Von Miller: Don't write off Johnny Manziel

"His situation is totally different," the Super Bowl MVP said of Manziel, "but I've had tough times in the NFL and I can relate to what he's going through." Story


Watch: Broncos' victory celebrations

Denver is celebrating its Super Bowl 50 title with entertainment throughout the day. The Broncos will participate in a championship parade around 2 p.m. ET. Streaming live on ESPN3

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C.J. Anderson: 'I'm a fat kid at heart'

The Broncos RB confesses to Dan LeBatard that he shamelessly indulges in offseason treats, but says he makes sure to get himself in shape for the season.


Cam Newton: 'Who likes to lose?'

"You show me a good loser and I'll show you a loser."


Did you know: Peyton's historic win

Did you know Peyton Manning is the first starting quarterback in NFL history to win a Super Bowl with two different teams?


Greeny: Peyton 'needs to want to retire'

Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic can't agree on whether Broncos QB Peyton Manning should retire.


Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

While Eric Berry (likely franchised by the Chiefs) or Florida State's Jalen Ramsey would make a phenomenal replacement for released Michael Griffin at free safety, the Browns Tashaun Gipson is a less costly option who might flourish.

Darren Rovell @darrenrovell

Cam Newton walking out of Super Bowl postgame won't cost him. Any perspective sponsor who now passes will be replaced by another.

Best sports photos of the week

Von Miller strips the ball from Cam, President Obama cracks jokes and the Fighting Irish take down the Tar Heels. Photos

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Seifert: The NFL's offseason agenda

End the Deflategate era. Figure out what makes a catch a catch. Find more QBs. Based on Kevin Seifert's list, the NFL may be wishing it had a longer offseason. Busy offseason

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Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

On Von Miller, John Elway said he's always believed "that I've not seen a guy more talented physically than Von." But said Miller has "grown up a lot" and "matured" and that's why his play elevated over last two seasons.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

John Elway said there "is no timeline right now" for a decision from quarterback Peyton Manning.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

Broncos president and CEO Joe Ellis said members of Bowlen family used Skype to show Pat Bowlen the victory celebration following Sunday's win in Super Bowl 50. Ellis said Bowlen would have said, if he were at the facility today, that he "loved this team."

Was Terrell Owens HOF-worthy or not?

Skip Bayless believes T.O. does not deserve to be in the Hall of Fame because of how he tore apart three different teams. Stephen A. Smith disagrees, saying his numbers alone should put him in.


Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

In a few minutes John Elway and Gary Kubiak will be right here to talk about the season and what comes next for Broncos.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers coach Ron Rivera said criticism of Cam Newton was not fair. "You don't know the young man. Losing is not an easy thing." He praised Newton for talking to the media today. Said that was Cam's decision."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton "No more tears to cry ... I really didn't want to talk to the media at the time." No regrets.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panther fullback Mike Tolbert is a free agent. He wants to return. Believes he has another four or five years left as a Pro Bowl level.

David Newton @DNewtonespn

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton defends decision not to jump on fumble. Teammate screaming "we love you cam" while he talks.

David Newton @DNewtonespn

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton doesn't typically do interviews on "trash bag day." Talked quite a bit today."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers fullback Mike Tolbert: The criticism of Cam Newton is "unfair."

Sando: Marshawn Lynch has a HOF case

Lynch was a dominant force who carried Seattle to a championship. If that's not reason enough to enshrine him, Mike Sando has a few more arguments. 5 reasons

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Vegas comes out on top in Super Bowl 50

A record $132.54 million was bet on Super Bowl 50 at Nevada sportsbooks, with the house winning $13.31 million, according to numbers released Monday by Nevada Gaming Control. Story

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