Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch seemingly announced his retirement during Super Bowl 50.
The Carolina Panthers were beaten soundly by the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50. Here are five players who may lose their jobs as a result.
I've defended Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton against his haters all season long, but I can't do it any longer after watching his postgame interview following Super Bowl 50. He needed to be a man and sit up there and answer every question sent his way. If he's going to be the excitable, happy guy fans see after wins, he needs to be a professional after losses. This reeks of immaturity and is something he will need to work on in the future.
February 6 was certainly a great day for Marvin Harrison as the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced he would be one of eight members inducted as part of the Hall of Fame class of 2016.
Of the five Modern-Era Hall of Fame Inductees, Tony Dungy might have been the most surprising because the odds were not in his favor despite an impressive resume.
Rumors of Marshawn Lynch retiring had spread quickly in the hours leading up to the Super Bowl, and he seemed to confirm those rumors with an image.
Denver Broncos CB Aqib Talib was understandably fired up after winning Super Bowl 50. Talib skipped his way up to the NFL Network's set for a postgame interview, and ended up busting his butt after slipping.
Eli Manning was captured on video making an interesting face when the Denver Broncos cemented their Super Bowl 50 win. The Internet firmly believes Eli is upset that Peyton now has two rings just like he does, but this is simply an overreaction. Eli was clearly nervous throughout the game, and his odd facial expressions are more indicative of a sign of relief than anything else.
Relive all the incredible action from Super Bowl 50 with these video highlights.
The Denver Bronco's defense proved to be the star of Super Bowl 50, sacking Cam Newton six times and making it tough for the Panthers to score.