The Biggest Rivalry In Atlanta On Super Bowl Weekend Has Nothing To Do With FootballAtlanta is gearing up for one of the biggest battles the dirty South has ever seen. The soft drink showdown: Coke vs. Pepsi.
Some Eagles Players Will Skip White House Visit
Throwback Thursday: Top Memes From Super Bowl 50Here are some laughs from last year's Super Bowl moments!
How To Keep Your Weight Loss Resolutions On Track During Super BowlHere are some tips to stay on course, keep your resolutions, and have a great time.
Chris Landry: The Grant Napear ShowChris Landry of LandryFootball.com talks to Grant about the Super Bowl and what to expect next year in the NFL.
Can Cam And The Panthers Contend Again?The Panthers will have the pieces to contend next season. But they'll need Cam Newton, their big-game quarterback, to be a big-time leader.
With Super Bowl Over, Ditching Alcohol Could Be Healthy Prelude To SpringAt the opposite end of boozing it up is something called dry January, what more and more people are doing leading up to the Super Bowl and after all that holiday cheer. They're not drinking alcohol for an entire month, or longer.
Warren Moon: The Grant Napear ShowPro Football Hall of Famer Warren Moon joins Grant to talk about his career, making it into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and the Super Bowl.
Ed 'Too Tall' Jones: The Grant Napear ShowFormer NFL Defensive End Ed "Too Tall" Jones joins Grant Napear to talk about his career and the Super Bowl.
Ricky Watters: The Grant Napear ShowFormer NFL running Back Ricky Watters joins Grant Napear to talk about his career in the NFL and the Super Bowl.
Michael Crabtree: The Grant Napear ShowOakland Raider Wide Receiver Michael Crabtree joins Grant Napear to Talk about his first year with the Raiders and the NFL.
Doug Flutie: The Grant Napear ShowFormer CFL and NFL Quarterback Doug Flutie joins Grant Napear to talk about his career and Super Bowl 50.
Chad Brown: The Grant Napear ShowFormer NFL player Chad Brown joins Grant Napear to talk about Super Bowl 50.
Will Osweiler Step In As Peyton Steps Out In Denver?Brock Osweiler is a free agent the Broncos probably can't afford to lose if Peyton Manning retires. And judging by how much the five-time NFL MVP's game has deteriorated through age and injury, a decision to do anything but leave pro football as a champion would be foolhardy.
The Denver Defense RestsThe Denver Broncos defense, led by Super Bowl MVP Von Miller, stifled Cam Newton and the pyrotechnic Carolina Panthers offense.