The Seahawks have a chance to become back-to-back Super Bowl champs. Standing in their way? The Patriots, the last team to accomplish the feat.
NBC is making Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Patriots and Seahawks available online for free – no log-in required. Find out how to do it here.
Super Bowl participation shares are approaching 6 figures for the winners. The losers’ check isn’t half-bad, either. Keep reading to find out what each player gets for playing.
Click here to watch Roger Goodell’s press conference live.
After a Super Bowl-winning year, Seattle signed head coach Pete Carroll to a contract extension through the 2016 season. Get details of the deal here.
Roger Goodell will address the state of the NFL before the Super Bowl. Here’s what you need to know.
Super Bowl Sunday is on the horizon and world will be watching when the Seahawks and Patriots square off for the coveted Lombardi Trophy. Keep reading for our preview and pick.
The trial of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, who was indicted with two other men and charged with the murder of Odin Lloyd last year, began today.
Before the season, Richard Sherman inked a 4-year, $56 million contract extension then went out and was named All-Pro for the third-straight year. Get his contract details here.
Ashley Moss, the girlfriend of the Seahawks’ Richard Sherman, is expected to give birth to their son any day now as Super Bowl Sunday approaches.
Did Aaron Rodgers’ magical regular season win him the NFL MVP? Or will J.J. Watt be the first defensive player to take home the honor since Lawrence Taylor in 1986?
Ashley Moss is the girlfriend of Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman. Moss is due to give birth to a baby boy next week. Click here to see the pictures of Moss and Sherman.
Tight end Rob Gronkowski is arguably the Patriots’ best offensive weapon. Will it be wise for Tom Brady to take a chance vs. Seattle safety Kam Chancellor?
Most sportsbooks have the Patriots as slight favorites over the defending champion Seattle Seahawks, who won last year’s Super Bowl by 35 points.
On Tuesday, two former Vanderbilt football players were found guilty on multiple counts of sexual assault and battery stemming from a June 2013 rape case.