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Cam Jordan: Saints are ready to win Super Bowl now

Saints quarterback Drew Brees raised eyebrows when he told PFT Live in March that his team is “very close” to getting back to the Super Bowl. One of his teammates has now taken the next step. “We’re building a team to win a Super Bowl,” defensive end Cam Jordan tells Greg Bishop of SI.com, who…

Cam Newton: A Super Bowl ring is the one thing missing from my life

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is motivated by just one thing. A Super Bowl ring, Newton told high school players at a 7-on-7 tournament he hosted, is what drives him, and the only thing he’s seeking in life. “I’m looking at my life right now and I’m saying, ‘I’m missing one thing: I want a Super

Derek Carr plans on giving the ball to Marshawn Lynch at the 1-yard line

The Seahawks are never going to live down that Super Bowl interception, are they? Derek Carr signed a 5-year, $125 million extension with the Raiders on Friday, making him the highest paid player in NFL history (for now). It’s something he’s excited about, especially when he’ll use some of that money on all the Chick-fil-A he wants. Show More Summary

Derek Carr jokes about Seahawks for not handing Marshawn Lynch the ball in Super Bowl

Derek Carr had some jokes about the Seahawks’ Super Bowl XLIX play call. (AP) It’ll be Super Bowl 100, and people will still bring up the Seattle Seahawks not giving Marshawn Lynch the ball at the 1-yard line. If you don’t know the story by now, welcome to NFL football, good to have you. Show More Summary

Andy Reid, the most underrated coach of this era, gets an extension

Andy Reid has signed an extension with the Chiefs. (AP) Somewhere along the line everyone decided that the value of each player and coach is based solely on Super Bowl wins. It has gotten so bad, some people really think making it to a Super Bowl and losing is worse than not getting there at all (check out the Tom Brady vs. Show More Summary

Roger Goodell flies through Boston, is not chased by angry mobs of Patriots fans

When it comes to the New England Patriots, you can always count on two things: 1. The team will be very good. 2. The fans will whine. The “very good,” you know: five Super Bowl rings, the greatest comeback in NFL history, odds-on favorite to win it all again this year. Show More Summary

Did Devonta Freeman forget about his huge Super Bowl mistake?

These quotes from Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman, complaining about how not getting the ball more in the second half cost him an Super Bowl LI MVP, will get some attention. Read the quotes, then we’ll remind you how Freeman made perhaps the biggest single error for the Falcons as they blew the game to the New England Patriots. Show More Summary

Derek Carr Trolls Seahawks By Bringing Up Marshawn Not Getting Ball At 1-Yard Line (VIDEO)

The Seattle Seahawks should be sitting pretty with Two Super Bowl wins under their belt and Tom Brady should have one less ring, if only the team decided to give the ball to Marshawn Lynch at the 1-yard line instead of dropping back 5-yards and throwing an interception. During Derek Carr’s press conference on Friday after […]

Aaron Rodgers, 2-Time NFL MVP, Huddles Up With CAA Sports Off The Field

CAA will create commercial opportunities for Rodgers — a Super Bowl champ and two-time NFL MVP, — in such areas as film, television, endorsements, speaking, business development, digital media, publishing and philanthropy, among others. "I...Show More Summary

“Little movement on White House probe into voter fraud; No meetings yet; commissioners still being vetted”

CNN; On Super Bowl Sunday this year, President Donald Trump told Fox News that Vice President Mike Pence would head a commission into voter fraud allegations — ones that he made, claiming that between three to five million people voted … Continue reading ?

Falcons' Devonta Freeman: 'I was supposed to be the MVP this year of the Super Bowl'

Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman rushed 11 times for 75 yards during Super Bowl LI earlier this year. But only two of those carries and one of the yards came after the Falcons had built a 28-3 lead over the New England Patriots in the third quarter. The Falcons ended up losing that...

Intel drones are coming to the next Olympics

You’ve seen those Intel light drones making shapes in the sky at Coachella, the Super Bowl and Walt Disney World. And now, they’re headed to the Olympics. Intel announced on Wednesday that it would partner with the International Olympic Committee through 2024. Show More Summary

LOOK: Is Jerry Jones asking the Pope to help the Cowboys win a Super Bowl?

Probably not but Jones was part of a Pro Football Hall of Fame crew that met with Pontifex

New England Patriots: David Harris Joins the Defending Champions

As if the reigning owners of five Lombardi Trophies needed any more help, the New England Patriots have signed veteran inside linebacker David Harris. This past season, the New England Patriots won their second Super Bowl in three seasons. Show More Summary

Dave Gettleman: Panthers “feel like this is 2015 all over again”

The Panthers spent last offseason talking about trying to avoid the Super Bowl hangover. They did not avoid the Super Bowl hangover. But Panthers General Manager Dave Gettleman thinks an offseason spent plugging in veteran parts has his team closer to the group that went 15-1 in 2015 than last year’s 6-10 mess. “Last year…

Devonta Freeman: Super Bowl will always play in back of my head

At the end of offseason workouts, Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan said that he and his teammates have put their Super Bowl loss to the Patriots behind them and shifted their focus to what’s in front of them rather than on the lead that evaporated in Houston. Running back Devonta Freeman agrees with Ryan that the…

Will Lady Gaga’s Drones Win a Lion? Intel Explains How It Pulled Off Its Fantastical Super Bowl Stunt

CANNES, France--Intel is up for a couple awards at Cannes this week for its cutting-edge work with drones and motion-capture technology. For this year's Super Bowl halftime show, Intel flew 300 drones behind Lady Gaga as she performed, perfectly choreographed to her moves. The brand is also up for an award for its motion-capture technology...

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