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Marshawn Lynch, through the years

From the Beast Quake to unusual touchdown celebrations, Lynch is in these photos so he won't get fined. Photos

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CJ Anderson came straight to ESPN from the Super Bowl victory parade to celebrate his birthday with teammates Kayvon Webster and Danny Trevathan.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Panthers signed eight practice squad players to future contracts: DT Chas Alecxih, S Marcus Ball, LB Brian Blechen, WR Damiere Byrd, DE Rakim Cox, G Reese Dismukes, DB Ras-I Dowling and OT David Foucault.

Obama congratulates Broncos on win

President Barack Obama called Broncos coach Gary Kubiak and LB DeMarcus Ware to congratulate them on their Super Bowl 50 victory, telling them their defense was as good as he's seen since the '85 Bears.

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Mike & Mike dislike Cam's 'loser' comment

Said Mike Golic of Cam Newton's "sore loser" comment: "You don't have to like losing, but you can handle it like a professional."

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Predicting the next 25 Super Bowls

It's 2035, the Super Bowl is being played in London and the Giants edge the Patriots by 1 point as Benjamin Brady loses when sister Vivian Brady boots the winning 55-yard field goal -- then announces her engagement to Jets QB Marshall Manning. Predictions

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Terrell Owens defends style of play

The former NFL WR defended his mentality from his playing days: "I brought another dimension to the game, so a lot of people were scared of what I did on the football field."

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Bowen: What it's like to get cut in the NFL

It's that time of year: NFL veterans are finding themselves out of a job. When Matt Bowen got cut, unemployment found him at the local gym, with the "moms who drove minivans and yoked-up guys walking around with protein shakes." Boxes and uncertainty

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Darren Rovell @darrenrovell

$16.5M: Amount each NFL team got in TV revenue in 1986. About $250M: What each team will get in TV revenue in 2016.

Seifert: The NFL's offseason agenda

End the Deflategate era. Figure out what makes a catch a catch. Find more QBs. Based on Kevin Seifert's list, the NFL may be wishing it had a longer offseason. Busy offseason

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Watch: T.O. and Chad Johnson on Mike & Mike

Terrell Owens and Chad Johnson join Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic on set. Shenanigans will probably ensue. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

Offseason predictions for every NFL team

From Kirk Cousins signing a long-term deal in Washington to Colin Kaepernick making amends in San Francisco, our reporters give their takes. 32 predictions

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Best sports photos of the week

Von Miller strips the ball from Cam, President Obama cracks jokes and the Fighting Irish take down the Tar Heels. Photos

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

This message on Twitter from Panthers coach Ron Rivera sums up how he feels after losing Super Bowl 50: "I'm not dead, Sir Andrew cried Wounded but not slain Let me lie here & bleed awhile & then I will rise up to fight again"-Alasadair Roberts

Ian Begley @IanBegley

There were cheers for Ciara at MSG & some boos for Russell Wilson. I guess there are some Future fans on hand tonight.

Mile High celebration

John Elway, Peyton Manning, Von Miller and others address the crowd in downtown Denver as the Broncos celebrate their third Super Bowl title.

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C.J. Anderson: 'I'm a fat kid at heart'

The Broncos RB confesses to Dan LeBatard that he shamelessly indulges in offseason treats, but says he makes sure to get himself in shape for the season.

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Cam Newton: 'Who likes to lose?'

"You show me a good loser and I'll show you a loser."

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President Obama @POTUS

Just got off the phone with Coach Kubiak. Congrats to Peyton, Von Miller, and that monster @Broncos defense - see you at the White House!

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders have released safety Nate Allen, the team announced Tuesday. Allen, who came to the Raiders as a free agent and signed a four-year, $23 million contract after five seasons with the Eagles, appeared in just five games, three starts, after injuring a knee in the season opener. He finished the season on IR with one interception, two passes defended and 11 tackles, seven solo.

Sando: Marshawn Lynch has a HOF case

Lynch was a dominant force who carried Seattle to a championship. If that's not reason enough to enshrine him, Mike Sando has a few more arguments. 5 reasons

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Mike Reiss ESPN New England Patriots reporter 

After signing RB Montee Ball to a reserve future deal on Feb. 1, the New England Patriots have officially waived Ball today. On Feb. 5, Ball was arrested on a felony battery charge after an apparent dispute with his girlfriend.