What's better than watching the Super Bowl? Winning it! After Denver's victory, ESPN fan correspondent Reese Waters pretends to be a Broncos player and hits the streets of Santa Clara, California, to celebrate.
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Recapping Tuesday's top stories, which include the Broncos needing to know whether Peyton Manning is retiring by March 9 and the Panthers QB defending himself for his action after the Super Bowl.
President Barack Obama calls Broncos coach Gary Kubiak and LB DeMarcus Ware to congratulate them on their Super Bowl 50 victory over the Panthers.
To Greg McElroy, not jumping on the loose ball after his fourth-quarter fumble meant Cam Newton gave up on his Panthers' chances in Super Bowl 50.
The Patriots' place-kicker spent Tuesday visiting sick kids in a Boston hospital, taking questions on football and life.
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Rams receiver Stedman Bailey, who was shot in the head in a November incident, recently posted a YouTube video updating his recovery and confirming his hope to return to the NFL.