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  • Super Bowl game balls to get enhanced inspections: officiating chief

    Super Bowl game balls to get enhanced inspections: officiating chief
    The NFL's head of officiating said Thursday that officials inspected the footballs properly before the AFC championship game — in which 11 of 12 New England Patriots' footballs were found to be underinflated — and there will be enhanced...
  • Bill Belichick: Love Him Or Hate Him, No Denying His Place Among All-Time Greats

    Eight nights before he coached in his sixth Super Bowl, Bill Belichick was a punchline. Embroiled in an NFL investigation into allegations that his team used underinflated footballs in an AFC Championship Game victory, Belichick has become fodder for...
  • Instead Of Walking Away, Blount Now Facing Things Head On

    CHANDLER, Ariz. — LeGarrette Blount, built like a Mack truck and able to cut like a Ferrari, was talking about his feet the other morning. "I've always had nice feet," the Patriots' 250-pound running back said Wednesday during the Super Bowl media...
  • Seahawks' defense simply too good to lose to Patriots

    Seahawks' defense simply too good to lose to Patriots
    As much as the game has changed, one constant in the NFL is the belief that great defense wins championships, and that is the major reason why the Seattle Seahawks will become the first team to win consecutive Super Bowl titles since the New England...
  • Super Bowl XLIX: Patriots Vs. Seahawks Will Feature Great Matchups

    Marshawn Lynch vs. Patriots Defense For the Seahawks to have success offensively, Lynch must eat up yards and fuel the attack. Quarterback Russell Wilson is a threat as a passer and runner, but New England's defensive backfield is strong and Seattle's...
  • Game-worn Johnny Unitas jersey could get between $50,000-$100,000 at Super Bowl auction

    Game-worn Johnny Unitas jersey could get between $50,000-$100,000 at Super Bowl auction
    A game-worn Johnny Unitas jersey from the 1967 season is a last-minute addition to a Super Bowl week auction in Phoenix, Ariz., and is expected to sell for anywhere between $50,000 and $100,000.  The auctioneer, Hunt Auctions, said the jersey was...
  • Dish AutoHop to zap Super Bowl game, not commercials

    Dish AutoHop to zap Super Bowl game, not commercials
    Dish Network roiled the TV industry with its AutoHop technology that enables subscribers to automatically delete commercials from blocks of prime-time network programming. On Thursday, the Colorado satellite TV giant introduced a new AutoHop gimmick...
  • Seahawks' Season In Review: Defending Champs, Vulnerable At Times, Came Through When It Counted Most

    Seahawks' Season In Review: Defending Champs, Vulnerable At Times, Came Through When It Counted Most
    Seahawks 36, Packers 16 On a night that Seattle celebrated the first Super Bowl victory in franchise history, the Seahawks cruised to a win in what would end up being an NFC title game preview. Marshawn Lynch rushed for 110 yards and two touchdowns...
  • Game Day extras: From pre-game surprises to halftime and beyond

    A FULL DAY NBC will broadcast six hours of pre-game programming starting at 9 a.m. The "NBC Sports' Football Night in America" team of Dan Patrick, Josh Elliott, Tony Dungy, Rodney Harrison, Hines Ward, Mike Florio and Peter King, and NBC Sports'...
  • Stargazing in the desert: Celebrities converge on Phoenix for parties, Super Bowl 49

    The desert is great for stargazing, and that will certainly be the case as the Super Bowl takes over Phoenix and its suburbs. Comedians Joel McHale and Kevin Hart will crack jokes for partygoers, newcomer Charli XCX will perform for troops and then...
  • Arizona copes with measles outbreak as Super Bowl nears

    Arizona copes with measles outbreak as Super Bowl nears
    As many as 1,000 people in Arizona, including about 200 children, could be at risk for measles as state officials urged precautions to fight the outbreak days before football fans flood the region. At least seven cases of measles connected to the...