Broncos players on Cam: He plays for himself

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Broncos players on Cam: He plays for himself. With just over four minutes left in the game, Cam Newton dropped back to pass, but before he could get a throw off, Newton’s right arm was hit by Broncos linebacker Von Miller, which caused a fumble. The Broncos ended up with the loose ball, which was almost a miracle because it looked like Newton was in the perfect spot to recover it. Instead of going after the ball though, Newton appeared to avoid DeMarcus Ware.

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CNET: Why 50 is the techiest Super Bowl ever

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Levi’s Stadium has been in beta since it opened a year and a half ago. After all, the National Football League’s newest venue has so far hosted only a couple of subpar seasons of San Francisco 49ers football. But the Santa Clara, California, stadium is gearing up for prime time. Next Sunday it hosts Super Bowl 50. At its disposal are 400 miles of fiber and copper cable and 1,200 Wi-Fi access points capable of handling a torrent of data, all so fans at the game can use the Super Bowl app to seamlessly order food by phone.

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