This was Clete Blakeman's first Super Bowl as lead official but definitely not his first time in the spotlight — for better or worse.
After a win in Super Bowl 50, here are five Denver Broncos who may not be back in their jobs with the team next season.
LeSean McCoy has gotten himself into trouble after getting into a fight with three off-duty cops in Philadelphia, and the Buffalo Bills need to seriously consider releasing him.
Millions of things have been said about Cam Newton, but this one instance in particular fires me up as a Carolina Panthers fan. With the score 16-10 Broncos, Von Miller knocks the ball out of Newton's hands which leads to a mad scramble. Newton has the opportunity to jump on the ball in the pile, but he decides to back away to protect himself from injury. In a one-possession game in the Super Bowl, Newton should've sacrificed every limb he has to get that ball back for his team, and it's extremely unnerving to me as a fan that he didn't jump in there.
The Carolina Panthers quarterback had a memorable season, but it ended on a sour note.
Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy was in Philadelphia this weekend when he thought it would be a good idea to attack two cops.
Cam Newton had a rare bad game during Super Bowl 50, which happens sometimes, but his overall demeanor gave a glimpse into his character that is not a good look.
The Carolina Panthers were exploited in every way by the Denver Broncos' defense in Super Bowl 50. These five players are the most to blame for the loss.
Here's a look at the five Denver Broncos players who made their Super Bowl 50 championship possible.
The Carolina Panthers got exposed by the Denver Broncos during Super Bowl 50, and these five players should be cut as a result.