Super Bowl Headlines

  • Stephen Curry, Mark Mulder and celebrity wagers highlight celebrity tournament

    One sure sign the celebrity tournament in Stateline, Nev., is really not serious: The most enduring image of last year's edition was Dell Curry leaping into chilly Lake Tahoe, with his famous son (and Justin Timberlake) hooting and hollering nearby. This is also one sure sign the event is usually rollicking good entertainment. Stephen Curry headlines the field again in this year's American Century Championship, starting Friday in Stateline,...

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  • Super Bowl champion Malcolm Jenkins on football and fashion

    Malcolm Jenkins is a multifaceted man. He’s an undisputed star on the gridiron — a two-time Super Bowl champion, a two-time Pro Bowler, a Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee and captain of the champion Philadelphia Eagles. He’s also a social activist and is the cofounder of the NFL Players Coalition,...

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  • Eli Manning's Helmet from Super Bowl XLII vs. Patriots Up for Auction

    The helmet worn by quarterback Eli Manning during the New York Giants ' Super Bowl XLII win over the New England Patriots in 2008 is set to be auctioned off...

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  • Customs officials seize 108 phony Super Bowl rings

    A shipment of 108 counterfeit replica Super Bowl rings was recently seized in Philadelphia, federal authorities said Tuesday. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials said the rings were found in an express consignment parcel that arrived June 18 from Hong Kong marked as alloy rings. The rings represented many past Super Bowl champions, including the most recent in the Super Bowl LII champion Philadelphia Eagles. Noting the "poor craftsmanship" on the rings, trade enforcement officers...

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  • Travis AFB 4th of July drone show postponed

    The much-anticipated Travis Air Force Base drone show that was set to light up the night sky on Fourth of July has been postponed due to high winds, according to officials.

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  • Packers’ RB Aaron Jones suspended for 2 games

    The NFL has suspended Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones for the first two games of the 2018 season without pay for violating the league's substance-abuse policy. Jones will miss the season opener against the Bears on Sept. 9 and the Week 2 matchup against the Vikings, with both games at Lambeau Field. He will be eligible to return to the roster Sept. 17, the day after the Minnesota game. The discipline stems from a traffic stop in...

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  • Terrell Owens to give Hall of Fame speech at alma mater

    Terrell Owens has decided to celebrate his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame at Chattanooga, where he played college football. The former NFL All-Pro receiver, who has said he was not attending the induction ceremony in Canton, Ohio, released a statement Tuesday saying he would give his acceptance speech at his alma mater. "I have decided to give my Hall of Fame speech at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in McKenzie Arena on Saturday,...

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  • More than 100 phony replica Super Bowl rings found

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Federal authorities say they have intercepted a shipment of 108 phony replica Super Bowl rings representing many past champion teams, including the Philadelphia Eagles. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials say the rings were found in an express consignment parcel that arrived June 18 from Hong Kong ...

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  • Wild brawl mars Basketball World Cup game

    Basketball's international governing body has opened disciplinary hearings against Australia and the Philippines after a wild brawl that included Milwaukee Bucks forward Thon Maker took place in their Basketball World Cup qualifying game in Manila on Monday. The fight spilled into the area behind the baseline and video showed either a fan or member of the Philippines team staff throwing a chair at the back of an Australia player. Former NBA forward-center Andray Blatche, ...

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