Culliver spent much of the week leading up to Super Bowl 50 in the San Francisco Bay Area, but returned to Florida on Sunday to continue his recovery from two torn ligaments in his right knee.
Newton’s apologists will only say that he will learn from the backlash after he sulked through his brief Super Bowl press conference on Sunday night, but so far, it seems he hasn’t.
Newton addressed his reaction to the Panthers’ loss to the Broncos while cleaning out his locker on Tuesday, arguing that walking out of his press conference after three minutes was the result of frustration.
The Broncos’ defense punished quarterback Cam Newton and the Panthers throughout Super Bowl 50, tightening the screws on the passing game and yielding few yards in a dominant performance.
The Broncos have said they’re committed to keeping Miller, the outside linebacker who was named the MVP of Super Bowl 50 on Sunday night, but he faces a significant payday as a free agent.
Manning endured a left foot injury and was relegated to backup status for a portion of the season, leaving many to wonder if the Broncos’ Super Bowl victory on Sunday night marked his last game.
Miller forced two fumbles, with each ending in a touchdown for the Broncos, and their defense had a Super Bowl record-tying seven sacks in a 24-10 victory over the Panthers on Sunday night.
An NFL player and his posse reportedly injured two off-duty Philadelphia cops during a fight over a bottle of champagne at a Philadelphia nightclub this weekend.
The week leading up to Super Bowl 50 was supposed to celebrate the game, but it offered constant reminders of a number of crises that could end up casting a dark shadow over the league for years.
The meeting between the two teams on Sunday night will mark the first time the team that has forced the most turnovers will face the team that has allowed the fewest yards in the Super Bowl.
Newton picked up his first MVP award and added the offensive player of the year award, while Panthers coach Ron Rivera was named the coach of the year at the NFL’s annual awards ceremony on Saturday.
Favre and Stabler, a pair of Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks, were voted into the Hall of Fame on Saturday night, as were former coach Tony Dungy, wide receiver Marvin Harrison and others.