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The Denver quarterback has been leaving us signs all season long that this might be it. So what's next? Everyone around him has some ideas.
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A downtrodden Cam Newton said his struggles in the Panthers' Super Bowl 50 loss were "nothing special they did" before walking out on his postgame news conference after several short answers.
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Cam Newton was visibly upset when talking to the media after the Super Bowl. Here's what he said.
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Recapping Sunday's top stories, which include Peyton Manning winning his second Super Bowl title as Denver downed Carolina and linebacker Von Miller being named MVP after two forced fumbles.
Steve Young understands the extreme disappointment Cam Newton is feeling in losing the Super Bowl, but as the league MVP he still needs to take a moment and answer the questions in the news conference.
Peyton Manning got paid for winning Super Bowl 50 -- a $2 million bonus -- but he didn't get paid to say he plans to "drink a lot of Budweiser tonight."