Jacoby Jones among those setting Super Bowl records on Sunday

Super Bowl XLVII was one wild ride in New Orleans, and several Super Bowl records were set or tied in the Baltimore Ravens’ 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers.

Suggs says Ravens would welcome gay player; Moss autobiography?

The media hype inherent in any Super Bowl took an unexpected turn toward civil rights this week, thanks to homophobic comments from San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver.

Super Bowl predictions reveal NFL players’ sentimental favorite

Ask a representative sampling of NFL players who’s going to win Super Bowl XLVII, and you’ll get some interesting insight into these guys.

Denver mayor does the Ray Lewis ‘squirrel dance’

Denver mayor Michael Hancock finally settled his debt to the city of Baltimore — and to the Ray Lewis dance gods.

Sapp shocked — shocked! — when murder case comes up

One had to feel for Ray Lewis on Tuesday. This is supposed to be the big guy’s Final Ride, and yet the Super Bowl’s biggest non-game day event turned into a double whammy for him.

Randy Moss says he’s greatest wide receiver of all-time

It wouldn’t be a Super Bowl media day without at least one player saying something to work up the assembled media. The big, eyebrow-lifting comment from the early hours of Super Bowl XLVII Media Day came from San Francisco 49ers veteran wide receiver Randy Moss, who said he considers himself to be the greatest wide receiver of all-time. Most NFL fans probably wouldn’t even consider him the best wide receiver in 49ers’ history, but at least Moss explains his reasoning. If he truly believes that, Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens would provide him the perfect opportunity to show off the skills that have made him the greatest.

Nixon couldn’t resist temptation to be Play Caller in Chief

Barack Obama isn’t the only U.S. president to demonstrate an avid interest in football. Richard Nixon was probably the biggest football fan to serve as chief executive.

Super Bowl XLVI: Giants at Media Day

See the best photos from the Giants’ Super Bowl XLVI Media Day session Tuesday at Lucas Oil Stadium.

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