ANOTHER SIGN: Peyton Manning retiring? More signs point to yes. Check out what he was telling players from the Panthers at the Super Bowl. He'll have to make a decision by March 8, or someone will. If he's still on the Broncos' roster as of March 9, his $19 million salary for the 2016 season becomes fully guaranteed.
JOHNNY DRAMA: Johnny Manziel showed up drunk at practice and the Browns lied about it. Not a good look for the team.
HOW CLOSE IS CLOSE? Is Fletcher Cox hinting that he's not close on a new deal with the Eagles? The Eagles and Cox have reportedly been close on a deal for two weeks. Cox isn't so sure they are.
THE BRONCOS KNEW: Malik Jackson: "We knew we had the edge on them." Malik Jackson talks free agency, Cam Newton and being battle tested with the Afternoon Drive.
ORANGE CRUSH: Broncos parade boasts one million fans celebrating Super Bowl 50 victory. The Denver Broncos' Super Bowl parade featured one million orange-clad members of Broncos Country.
A BEAST OF HIS OWN: What Marshawn Lynch meant to the Seahawks, their fans and me. Danny Kelly reflects on Lynch's career and the mark he left on Seattle and its fans.
EXPLAINING CAM: Cam Newton explains why he didn't jump on his fumble late in the Super Bowl. This makes a lot of sense. The Panthers defended Cam's action on the fumble, too. More importantly, Cam gave a very rational defense for walking out of the press conference after the game, borrowing a very famous quote from a very famous football legend ... and people still got mad.