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Topic - Tom Brady
The Pittsburgh Steelers have made their choice at outside linebacker, and it isn't LaMarr Woodley.
Johnny Manziel shed the Hollywood image Friday - maybe for good.
More than 300 NFL hopefuls will be poked, prodded and tested perhaps more than any other job applicant at the annual scouting combine in Indianapolis this week.
Training for the 40-yard dash seemed like a fun challenge until I stepped onto the turf at TEST Sports Clubs.
Confetti cannons boomed around Peyton Manning following Seattle's 43-8 dismantling of Denver and the five-time MVP sought out Russell Wilson to congratulate the Seahawks' second-year scrambler on his stunningly lopsided Super Bowl triumph.
Terrance Knighton summed it up for so many Broncos fans when he sat stone-faced after Seattle's 43-8 drubbing of Denver in the Super Bowl and said, "It doesn't feel real. It almost feels like a nightmare."
Just 12 seconds into the Super Bowl, the Denver Broncos were already trailing after a bizarre, clumsy sequence. It set a record - and the tone for the game.
Peyton Manning's record-setting season earned him The Associated Press NFL MVP award in a landslide. No other player has won more than three. Manning also took the AP's Offensive Player of the Year award for the second time.
The talk, at least before the Denver Broncos took a team vote and decided not to show up for the game, was that Peyton Manning might call it a career and ride off into the sunset after winning his second Super Bowl ring.
Peyton Manning has won his fifth Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player award in a landslide.
Wes Welker swears he doesn't dwell on his costly drop in the Super Bowl two years ago that could have sealed New England's win over the New York Giants and made up for losing to them four years earlier.
The Redskins are likely to be looking for wide receiver help and one of the better ones on the market might be willing to change cities (and quarterbacks).
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (15-3) vs. DENVER BRONCOS (15-3)
Wes Welker ditched the orange suit for media day, much as he did comparisons between the two future Hall of Fame quarterbacks he's had the privilege of catching passes from.
Get ready for the Super Bowl freak show.
"I've got a few Miss Bradys in my life," he said.
"Sometimes I have to remind myself," Manning said, "that he hasn't played a ton of football."