Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis updated the progress he's made with his broken arm and how he'll deal with it in the Super Bowl. He also talked about Josh Norman's rise over the last two years.
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President Obama honors Denver Broncos, calling them champs on and off the field
Cam Newton helps kids take their dreams to the extreme
Emmitt Smith says he gets nervous about son playing football but "why would I steal his passion away?"
Austin Deckard, 10, suffers from advanced pulmonary hypertension and is a big Auburn fan. His physical education teacher at Lakewood Elementary Courtney Cooper began a social media campaign to get the boy to meet Newton, his favorite player. And his wish came true.
Relive the Chiefs' franchise-record 10-game winning streak that rescued the team from a 1-5 start and put them in the playoffs, which start Saturday in Houston with a 3:30 p.m. Central time kickoff against the Texans (ABC, ESPN).
President Barack Obama congratulated the Denver Broncos on their Super Bowl win over the Carolina Panthers at the White House on Monday, June 6, 2016. Obama admitted he will continue to cheer for his Chicago Bears during the upcoming season, but he thanked the organization for their commitment to giving back-- especially for volunteering with The Wounded Warrior Project.
'All In with Cam Newton' is a 20-episode series on Nickelodeon, hosted by Newton. The show pairs kids with unique mentors who lend their expertise in a variety of fields, like gymnastics, animation, basketball and even local city government.
When asked about concussions and his son playing football, the NFL's all-time leading rusher says he gets nervous watching his son play just like any other parent, but to take away his passion wouldn't be right. "I know how physical the sport is... I know how to protect my body and I know how to keep it healthy," said Smith.
Pascagoula, Mississippi renamed its Recreational gymnasium the Sarah Bailey Thomas Gymnasium on March 3, 2016. Thomas, a Pascagoula native, became the National Football League's first female referee in 2015.