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Commentary: NFL Should Cover Super Bowl 50 Shortfalls For Local BusinessesOrganizers are proclaiming the whole Super Bowl 50 experience a big success and making it clear they'd like to do it again in 5 or 6 years. But it wasn't a win for everyone.
Ex-Cal Star Marshawn Lynch Retiring From NFLUsing a mysterious tweet sent out during Super Bowl 50, Seattle Seahawks running back and former Cal star Marshawn Lynch announced he is retiring from the NFL.
New North Korea Satellite Passed Over Super Bowl 50 SiteBased on data released by international organizations, a new North Korean satellite passed almost right over Levi's Stadium about an hour after the Super Bowl ended.
Von Miller Named Super Bowl 50 MVPVon Miller was second-to-none in the Super Bowl.
Ex-49ers Owner Eddie DeBartolo Awaits Hall Of Fame FateBeloved former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo is getting a bit anxious as the time draws near when he'll learn if he's been named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Fumbles Over ConcussionsNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said there has been a "culture change" when it comes to concussions, but then made a flippant comment Friday.
Broncos QB Peyton Manning's Glove Gives Him A Better GripPeyton Manning has always done things few quarterbacks do, including wearing a glove on his passing hand.
Sausage Flecked With Gold To Be Served At Super Bowl 50A specialty sausage served up during Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium will shine above other selections as it will be topped with real gold.
Panthers Player May Wear 3-D Printed Brace For Super Bowl 50A linebacker for the Carolina Panthers could be the first NFL player to use a 3-D printed brace if he plays in Super Bowl 50 this Sunday at Levi's Stadium.
The Super Bowl Goes Green and Gives BackLong after Super Bowl 50 wraps up and ships out some Bay Area school kids will remember the environmental stewardship it brought to their community.
2 Fans Have Been To Every Super BowlSuper Bowls have changed a lot over 50 years, but two fans have seen it all after making it to all 49 past games.
Raiders, Jaguars Spending Significantly Less Than NFL RequiresThe Oakland Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars are the only two NFL teams below the 89 percent cash spending required by next year, and they are significantly under the minimum, the players’ union said Thursday.

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