Patrick Smith/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Von Miller is rooting for Johnny Manziel.
After the game on Sunday night, the Super Bowl 50 MVP posted a message on Instagram along with a photo of former Texas A&M teammate Manziel.
"I Love you fam! Grind, get back to Johnny all the ags know and love, Grind bro, 2yrs ago they counted me out, 2yrs frm now you can do the same!! Support no matter what! #love @jmanziel2," the message said.
Manziel, the Cleveland Browns quarterback who has been involved in a number of domestic abuse allegations and is currently being investigated by Dallas police, posted his own message for Miller-- a picture of Miller from Sunday night's win with the message "Champ."
According to ESPN, Miller also told TV cameras after the game, "Hey, Johnny Man, I know it's a hard time. I've been in the same situation. I'm here with you, buddy. Keep grinding, and you, too, can be here in two more years. I love you."
Miller was referring to his NFL six-game suspension in 2013 for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
ESPN reports that Manziel could be released from the Browns in March after two rocky seasons both on the field and off.
Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images(DALLAS) -- More details are coming out of the Dallas criminal investigation into an alleged assault involving Johnny Manziel and his former girlfriend.
Kathy Kinser, the attorney for Manziel's ex-girfriend Colleen Crowley, told Dallas-Fort Worth television station NBC5 on Monday that the quarterback hit her so hard he ruptured her left eardrum, ESPN reports.
Dallas police opened the investigation into the Cleveland Browns quarterback on Friday after they "received a complaint of a domestic violence assault that occurred in Dallas on January 30, 2016."
A protective order was signed by a judge on that day that ordered the quarterback to stay away from his ex-girlfriend for two years.
According to ESPN, Dallas police said Monday they had no new information in the investigation.
The 34-year-old, born Bryan Lloyd Danielson, is a former heavyweight champion who got his big break on the WWE show "NXT." He first won the U.S. Championship in 2010, followed by other belts and honors, including the 2013 Superstar of the Year Slammy Award.
Bryan was also known for his relationship and marriage to fellow WWE star Brie Bella, which was featured on the show "Total Divas." Bryan started to withdraw from matches in 2014 due to injury.
According to WWE.com, Bryan is retiring from "in-ring competition."
ABC News(NEW YORK) — Peyton Manning says he’s “very much at peace” as he contemplates retirement from the NFL just hours after winning his second Super Bowl title.
“I’m very much at peace right now and I think, however it works out, it’ll work out the way it’s supposed to,” the Denver Broncos quarterback said Monday on Good Morning America.
“I’m very grateful for this opportunity and to be playing with a group of special guys.”
Manning, 39, finished 13 for 23 for 141 yards in the Broncos’ 24-10 win over the Carolina Panthers in Sunday’s Super Bowl game at California’s Levi’s Stadium.
The veteran quarterback said he had yet to go to sleep after his team’s victory but is planning to take time away from the game before he makes a decision on returning to the NFL.
“I got some good advice from my old coach Tony Dungy. He told me just to take some time after this game and not make an emotional decision,” Manning said, referring to his former Indianapolis Colts coach. “There’s been a lot of emotion these past two weeks and certainly in the Super Bowl, so to take some time and to get away and kind of reflect on what’s happened this season and maybe a few other things.”
Manning told GMA he would also pray about the decision and talk with his wife, Ashley, with whom he also celebrated his Super Bowl win, along with the couple’s two young kids.
“I’ve been fortunate to be on a Super Bowl team before and I remember how special that was, almost 10 years ago, and it was just as special tonight,” he said. “It’s even better when you can celebrate with your family and your friends and I’ve been doing that tonight.”
Manning and Broncos co-captain DeMarcus Ware each delivered a speech to their teammates beforehand that seemed to ignite a fire in the players, though both players said the real work was done in the weeks and months before the game.
“I think the game is won with your preparation during the course of the season and during the course of these past two weeks and then going out and executing,” Manning said. “DeMarcus has been a great teammate to be a co-captain with on this team. He’s been playing a long time. I’m happy for him getting his first Super Bowl.”
Ware called Manning the “leader” of the Broncos team.
“I mean, we call him the sheriff. That’s what he does,” Ware said Monday on GMA. "It’s just great to be part of this part of history in my career but also, as a team, and everybody just loves him [Manning] for that."
The defensive star also echoed Manning’s claim that preparation was the key to the Broncos victory.
“I think a lot of teams that went in intimidated and we weren’t that way,” Ware said of facing the Panthers. “We had two weeks to prepare and it just felt really good that our preparation, you could see that on a lot of those trick plays and everything that they did, they really helped out that week.”
Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Derek Fisher is only in his second season as the New York Knicks' head coach but already, the team has seen enough.
The Knicksannounced on Monday that Fisher has been relieved of his coaching duties with just 28 games remaining in the season.
So far this year, New York is 23-31. Coupled with the team's record last season, Fisher ends his coaching career with the Knicks at 40-96.
While his overall losing record with the team didn't help, sources tell ESPN that the Knicks decided to fire Fisher because the team felt he was not transitioning well from his role as a former NBA player to a coach.
Associate head coach Kurt Rambis will step in for Fisher until a new coach is hired. ESPN reports Brian Shaw and Luke Walton are in contention for the job.
ESPN reported earlier Sunday that Lynch has been discussing his retirement plans with friends. Should he officially hang up his cleats, Lynch would end his nine-year NFL career with 9,112 yards and 74 touchdowns on 2,144 carries.
iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners: SUPER BOWL 50 Denver 24, Carolina 10 NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Orlando 96, Atlanta 94 Denver 101, New York 96 Boston 128, Sacramento 119 L-A Clippers 100, Miami 93 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Washington 3, Philadelphia 2 2OT Montreal 2, Carolina 1 (SO Montreal 1-0) N-Y Islanders 8, Edmonton 1 TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL (5) Iowa 77, Illinois 65 (12) SMU 92, South Florida 58 (16) Oregon 76, Utah 66 (17) Miami 75, Georgia Tech 68
ABC News(SANTA CLARA, Calif.) -- The Denver Broncos are Super Bowl Champions for a third time.
On Sunday night, the Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers 24-10 to win Super Bowl 50. The win marks the team's third Super Bowl title and Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning's second title.
The Broncos' defense were the true winners at Levi's Stadium. They kept Panthers quarterback Cam Newton's power to a minimum and kept the Panthers' offense from gaining any ground with the Panthers only scoring a season-low 10 points.
Leading the team's defense was Broncos linebacker Von Miller who was named Super Bowl 50 MVP. Miller was the No. 2 overall pick in 2011, just behind Newton who was No. 1 overall pick in 2011.
Despite predictions, Manning did not announce any plans for retirement immediately after the game.