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BALTIMORE – Patrick Mahomes put on a scintillating show while outperforming Lamar Jackson, and the Kansas City Chiefs deftly played the role of defending Super Bowl champions in a 34-20 thumping of the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night.
The Baltimore Ravens have terminated the contract of seven-time Pro Bowl safety Earl Thomas, who got involved in a fight with a teammate Friday and did not attend practice Saturday.
When Wichita, Kansas, country singer-songwriter Logan Mize called the morning of Feb. 3, he was looking at about a foot of snow in Salt Lake City, and it was the morning after the Super Bowl in Miami, where Patrick Mahomes and his Kansas City Chiefs orchestrated an incredible fourth-quarter comeback against Jimmy Garoppolo and the San Francisco 49ers.
An impaired driver taking a “joy ride” Wednesday along the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade route was put into a forced spin by law enforcement officers who then arrested the driver and another person at gunpoint, according to officials and video footage of the incident.
The Super Bowl might have gone San Francisco’s way if only 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan had followed Bill Belichick’s lead and copied Vic Fangio’s blueprints.
It took the Chiefs five full decades to bring the Lombardi Trophy back to Kansas City. They don’t intend to wait that long again. With confetti still swirling and their thrilling Super Bowl triumph over the San Francisco 49ers mere minutes old, most of the Chiefs were already talking about next season. They got a taste of reaching the AFC title game last season and it drove them to make it back this season, and now that they’ve had a taste of winning the championship, the organization’s mindset is quite simple: Why stop at just one?
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – When the Super Bowl halftime show began, Yol-Itzma Aguirre and her relatives watched with anticipation. The El Paso, Texas, family was curious how Colombia-born Shakira and New York-raised Jennifer Lopez, two of the world’s most popular Latina artists, would seize the stage. The performance Sunday was draped in Hollywood tropes of female sexuality. But it also contained subtle political messages about anxieties shared by many Latinos in the U.S. – children in cages, Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria and the urge to be heard.
Katie Sowers made history, becoming the first woman to coach in the Super Bowl.
Kyle Shanahan will now have another Super Bowl collapse to answer questions about.
Andy Reid wasn’t about to let this Super Bowl slip away, like he did in Philadelphia.
Super Bowl 54, in contrast to the Senate impeachment inquiry, felt like a fair trial: unmistakable video evidence, plenty of witnesses, a definitive and satisfying conclusion.
If there was any doubt that billionaire Michael R. Bloomberg’s colossal ad campaign was getting to President Donald Trump, it vanished on Sunday.
Patrick Mahomes led the Kansas City Chiefs to three touchdowns in the final 6:13, and they overcame a double-digit deficit for the third postseason game in a row to beat the San Francisco 49ers 31-20 in the Super Bowl.
A dancing Kendrick Bourne made his way down the steps of the San Francisco 49ers’ team plane after landing in Miami earlier this week, the sort of Super Bowl entrance Eastern Washington fans would expect from the animated wide receiver.
When Americans crack open a cold one during today’s Super Bowl, it might not be a traditional domestic beer.
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira said Thursday their upcoming Super Bowl halftime show will pay homage to Latin culture, promising a joint performance that has an empowering message and also one that “spreads love.”
There’s a Kansas City Chiefs sideline jacket deep in Michael Allan’s closet, one he rarely wore in his 16 months with the organization.
A local TV station made its trek to the sleepy North Idaho town of Clark Fork following the San Francisco 49ers’ 1989 Super Bowl XXIII win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Most other Super Bowl advertisers will offer escape from impeachment and the upcoming presidential election by stuffing multiple celebrities in their ads, appropriating iconic songs, going for inoffensive humor, and trying to tug at people’s heartstrings.
Americans weary of a seemingly endless barrage of political news may be looking for a respite as they settle in to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday. They won’t get it, although the real-world interruption should at least be brief.