|Super Bowl blackout traced to preventive equipment
The manufacturer of the electrical device that is being blamed for the Super Bowl power outage is suggesting there was nothing wrong with the device itself -- it just wasn't used properly.
|No snap decision: Agent believes snappers could decide Super Bowl
"Snappers are people, too," says local sports agent Kevin Gold. Even most diehard fans, though, don't know Brian Jennings of the 49ers and Baltimore's Morgan Cox. Video
|A record 3 million stream Super Bowl online
CBS says 3 million streamed the Super Bowl online, up from 2.1 million who watched the big game online last year.
|Ravens thank fans, celebrate Super Bowl at home
The Baltimore Ravens' players, coach and owner are thanking thousands of fans who packed the team's stadium to celebrate the Super Bowl victory.
|Ray Lewis not retiring, says Ray Lewis
Ray Lewis tells CBS 21 News exclusively he has more football left in him. Of course, we're referring to another Ray Lewis -- the minor league football wide receiver, who now resides in Lancaster, Pa. Video
|Baltimore hosts Ravens sendoff at Inner Harbor
Retiring linebacker Ray Lewis, coach John Harbaugh and Ed Reed were among the players who spoke to the crowd Monday before the team got on buses and headed to the airport to fly to New Orleans for Sunday's game. The Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers.
|Colston helps Harrisburg flag football team reach Super Bowl
Marques Colston helped pay for the Harrisburg Eagles girls flag football team and their parents to attend the NFL FLAG powered by USA Football National Championships at Lafreniere Park in Metairie, La., according to the Eagles team. Video
|Ravens FS Reed: 'I'll be playing next year'
There was speculation that the 34-year-old Ed Reed might retire after the Ravens complete their Super Bowl run next Sunday. But Reed said Thursday, "I'll be playing next year."