Pete Carroll stood in the center of the locker room and gathered his Seattle Seahawks around him.
CLEVELAND - Spoiler alert: A new report leaks details of Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime show and says that the worldwide superstar won't be alone on the big stage.
US Weekly claims that Beyonce will start off solo with her popular song "Crazy in Love" before reuniting with Destiny's Child bandmates Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland.
The source tells the magazine that the set list includes the group's past hits "Bills, Bills, Bills" and "Survivor," along with their new song "Nuclear."
Just a couple of week ago the group officially announced it was coming together again, releasing "Love Songs," its first new album since 2004, this month.
Beyonce has faced backlash this week after accusations of lip-synching the national anthem at President Obama's inauguration.
You can watch Beyonce's chance for redemption in the Super Bowl halftime show Feb. 3.
Look inside the Denver Broncos locker room at MetLife Stadium for Super Bowl XLVIII.
It's game day and the Denver Broncos players were up early tweeting about the game.
Seven years ago, the Knoxville News Sentinel put out an all-points bulletin for children named Peyton. The response was overwhelming, with dozens showing up at the office with their parents in tow to have their picture taken.
Just one of the three surviving members of the "Never Miss a Super Bowl Club" says he will be rooting for the Broncos on Sunday -- and he's not even the one who used to live in Denver.
Advertisers are planning to pull out the tools in their arsenal during Super Bowl time this Sunday, including celebrities, A-list rock bands and cinematic story lines.
The FBI says a powder mailed to several locations in New York and New Jersey, including at least five hotels near the site of Sunday's Super Bowl, appears not to be dangerous.
Triumphant moments of Super Bowls-past tend to prevail in the minds of fans.
We asked Facebook users what their favorite Super Bowl snacks are, and here are the results.
Companies spending millions for short commercials airing during the Super Bowl are whetting consumer appetites by releasing their ads early.