Relive all the incredible action from Super Bowl 50 with these video highlights.
Marshawn Lynch’s career as an NFL player appears to be over. He announced his retirement from the NFL in his own customarily unique way. Marshawn tweeted a peace emoji with a picture of his cleats suspended from a telephone wire inferring that he will be hanging them up for good.
The New York Knicks released Derek Fisher as head coach and as Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) tells us fans were shocked and excited to hear the news.
Super Bowl 50's tallest photographer was NBA superstar Kevin Durant but he needs to be careful in his side job. Campus Insiders' Shae Peppler shows you three examples from this weekend's college basketball games of players running into the camera in this edition of "The Feed brought to you by Cici's Pizza."
The Denver Broncos won the Super Bowl Peyton can ride off into the sunset Cam Newton is still not talking and Josh Norman is still crying. Now that all the dust has settled from Super Bowl 50 we run down the our favorite commercials from the big game.
Bubble watch already. Our bracket insider Jerry Palm from CBS Sports breaks down who are the last four teams in and first four teams out if the tournament started today.
The Villanova men's basketball team is making a bit of school history as the new No.1 in the polls, but is this unit worthy of being a No.1 seed in the NCAA Tournament? Our bracket insider Jerry Palm from CBS Sports explains why he would not put the Wildcats on his top line.
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning gave Budweiser a huge freebie last night.
It's tough to confuse the two NFL-playing Manning brothers for the most part, but Festus Ezeli gave us a laughable moment on Super Bowl Sunday.
The Denver Broncos were deservedly fired up after winning Super Bowl 50 on Sunday night. Apparently, a number of Broncos went to the club after the game, and 68-year-old defensive coordinator Wade Phillips tagged along. Phillips had a great time hitting the dab and rocking that ice according to this video.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton couldn't stand to listen to Denver Broncos corner Chris Harris Jr. brag any longer.