Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco was shown dropping an f-bomb - excitedly - on live TV during the Ravens' celebration after their 34-31 win over the 49ers.

He did nothing wrong; Flacco's a grown man celebrating the biggest win of his life, unaware his quotes would be broadcast nationally. Blame CBS, not Joe.

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We're just three hours away from Super Bowl 2013 (or Super Bowl XLVII to be more accurate), and the NFL title game does not lack for storylines.

A replacement quarterback who became a star. A sibling rivalry among coaches. The grandest of exits for one of the NFL's greatest players.

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For the first time in the 17-year history of The X Games, a participant has passed away due to injuries suffered in an accident.

The family of snowmobile rider Caleb Moore confirmed today that the 25-year old died as a result of bleeding around his brain and heart, problems that arose after a horrific crash on January 24 in Aspen.

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According to a report in The Miami New Times, Alex Rodriguez is among several players who received performance-enhancing drugs from Anthony Bosch, an employee at Biogenesis, an anti-aging clinic in South Florida.

The story details records of Rodriguez's purchases from Bosch, dating from 2009-2012, which would run counter to A-Rod's previous claims that he only took these drugs while playing in Texas from 2001-2003.

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Most of the sports world is focused on the Super Bowl between the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens, but Tim Tebow is always on somebody's mind.

Watch the video below as ESPN's Hannah Storm and Mark Schlereth talk about the beleaguered QB in what they think is a private conversation:

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Ray Lewis may dole out unforgiving hits on the field, but this middle linebacker believes in the bible off of it.

Case in point: his reaction to Anna Burns Welker - the wife of Patriots' All-Pro Wes Welker - leaving a Facebook post after her team lost to the Ravens in the AFC Championship and bringing up murder charges pressed against Lewis in 2000.

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