NFC South News and Rumors
Von Miller, of course, played very well in Super Bowl 50. The Denver Broncos’ defensive line, and in particular Malik Jackson, was dominant. Denver’s cornerbacks were strong, as usual. Defensive coordinator Wade Phillips had a complex, effective game pl…Share Tweet
Guarantees kick in for Saints' Drew Brees, Jairus Byrd; Ellerbe restructuresShare Tweet
Malik Jackson: I’d love to stay, but it’s a businessprofootballtalk.com 7 hours agoBroncos defensive end Malik Jackson scored the first touchdown of Super Bowl 50 when he fell on a fumble forced by Von Miller in the end zone to give Denver a 10-0 lead over the Panthers that they’d never relinquish on the way to a 24-10 win. The Bronco…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com 12 hours agoThere have been varying reports on the quality of the turf at Levi’s Stadium for Super Bowl 50. But it’s obvious that there were times it affected the quality of play. In a video clip posted by Jonathan Jones of the Charlotte Observer, Panthers left tac…Share Tweetnytimes.com 13 hours agoOddsmakers already have picked a favorite for next year, and it’s not the Broncos.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com 15 hours agoIn the first half of Super Bowl 50, Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib picked up a personal foul for throwing Panthers wide receiver Philly Brown to the ground by his facemask. After the game, Talib said that he did it on purpose because he “just had to show…Share Tweet
Mike Tolbert hopes he gets a chance to return to Panthersprofootballtalk.com 15 hours agoMike Tolbert did something in the Super Bowl he hadn’t done with the Panthers — lost a fumble. And he hopes he gets a chance to make up for it. The veteran fullback, who is about to become an unrestricted free agent, said he wanted a chance to return to…Share TweetESPN.com 17 hours agoCam Newton did the right thing talking on 'Garbage Bag Day'Share Tweetnytimes.com Feb 9 (yesterday)Hundreds of thousands of cheering, orange-clad Denver Broncos fans lined the city's streets on Tuesday for a parade and rally to welcome home the team after their upset victory in Super Bowl 50 over the Carolina Panthers.Share Tweet
Rivera to shorten Panthers’ offseason programAs a team that got to the Super Bowl this year tries to get back next year, one of the biggest impediments to playing into February comes from the fact that the team has just played into February. The fatigue can take a toll on a team, and Panthers coac…Share TweetAtlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank revealed on Tuesday that he is being treated for prostate cancer. “In December I was diagnosed with a treatable form of prostate cancer,” Blank said in a statement. “Over the last several weeks [fiancee] Angie [Macuga]…Share TweetNewton said on Tuesday that he hated to lose and that he simply did not want to talk to the news media after Sunday’s game.Share TweetThe Panthers don’t have too many free agent decisions to make, but they have one big one. And it’s worth remembering that General Manager Dave Gettleman said Tuesday he’s “not afraid” of using the franchise tag. He wasn’t specifically talking about corn…Share Tweet
Devin Funchess: Cam wasn’t rattled, Broncos are just greatLost amid the controversy over Cam Newton walking out of his post-Super Bowl press conference was the fact that most Panthers players sat there and answered every question the media asked. One of those players was receiver Devin Funchess, who used the p…Share Tweetyahoo.com Feb 9 (yesterday)The Carolina Panthers returned to Charlotte without a Lombardi Trophy, but plenty of fans were there to welcome the team regardless. An estimated 1,000 fans met the team's plane at Charlotte Douglas International Airport, and hundreds more met the team …Share Tweet
Should Quenneville be facing same critics as Cam for postgame pre...Feb 10The Around the Horn panel debates if Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville should be facing similar scrutiny for his postgame presser to what Cam Newton experienced following the Super Bowl.
Golic, Greeny critical of Newton's 'sore loser' commentsFeb 10Mike and Mike do not agree with Panthers QB Cam Newton's "sore loser" comments. Golic says "you don't have to like losing, but you can handle it like a professional." Greeny adds by stating accepting defeat graciously does not make someone a loser.
Stephen A.: I appreciate Cam for being CamFeb 9Stephen A. Smith joins Lindsay Czarniak to discuss Cam Newton's statement on Tuesday and how he applauds Newton for being himself in the face of criticism for walking off the stage during a news conference after the Super Bowl.
McElroy on Newton quitting on team during Super Bowl 50Feb 9SEC Newtork's Marcus Spears and Paul Finebaum discuss fellow analyst Greg McElroy's comments on Cam Newton's Super Bowl performance.