Cam Newton defends behavior after Super Bowl, saying 'emotions take over'

by Steven Clarke February 10, 2016, 5:06
Cam Newton defends behavior after Super Bowl, saying 'emotions take over'

The 39-year-old Manning dropped the beer name a couple times during his on-field Super Bowl celebration.

The Broncos also have business to address at quarterback, with Peyton Manning likely to retire and Brock Osweiler unsigned for next season.

Miller would chase Newton all night in an MVP performance that played out pretty much the way Phillips drew it up. "The game is the way it is because of the players who have come before us on defenses like the Bears' defense and all those great defenses", he said.

A victory on Sunday would have made Harper the sixth former Alabama player to play on two Super Bowl-winning players. "It's going to be a peaceful thing, I'm not going to worry about that. I lost a playoff game in high school, and I thought it was the end of the world". "If you ask me, or anybody on this defense, we're the best to ever do it". Nor will it silence those who dislike Newton and have been outspoken in the days since the Panthers lost.

Newton spoke to the media on the day players clean out their lockers amid criticism of his action during the post-game press conference.

"You know, I'll take some time to reflect", Manning told reporters.

"It was Miller's ferocious display that left an emotionally distraught Newton to conduct a shambolic three-minute press conference of one-word answers before he walked out. Well, we've seen this person do that... how would he have handled it?' The truth of the matter is, I'm not trying to be this person or that person".

"The defense was otherworldly; I've never seen a defense dominate the line of scrimmage as thoroughly as this Broncos defense".

Cam Newton isn't apologizing for acting like a "sore loser" after the Super Bowl.

Newton said he believes the situation is being overblown by the media, and added he doesn't plan to change how he reacts to losing just to appease his critics.

"You just have to come back and fight next year", Ealy said.

Newton also brought up the efforts of other quarterbacks, seemingly as if asking why he is being singled out.

The MVP of the Super Bowl, Von Miller, said on Monday that he is uncomfortable with comparisons. "We win those tough, gritty games that make you fight until the very end, and that's how we've done all year". "I'm not happy about what happened".

Officials won't give specific turnout predictions, but the last time Denver won the Super Bowl in 1999, the downtown party drew an estimated 375,000 people.

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