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Mayor Ed Lee will fulfill Super Bowl bet
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee will make a visit to Baltimore Friday on Super Bowl related business.
Kaepernick: First half, not final plays, were Super Bowl problem
Colin Kaepernick has been hard at work since the 49ers' Super Bowl XLVII loss. He's also had time to identify why his team didn't win.
Could rolling rallies be a thing of the past?
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Ozzie: Injuries stopped Ravens in 2001
Ozzie Newsome still thinks Ravens could have won Super Bowl in 2001 if Jamal Lewis hadn't been hurt
Steve Young, George Seifert join Santa Clara bid for Super Bowl
The Super Bowl -winning duo of Steve Young and George Seifert is joining the effort to bring Super Bowl 50 to the new Santa Clara Stadium.
Merchandise sales reveal 49ers as most popular NFL team
The 49ers' run at Super Bowl XLVII is paying immediate dividends. No team is selling more merchandise thanks to two individuals in particular.
Is Flynn the new Gannon?
Rich Gannon went from backup in K.C. to MVP and Super Bowl quarterback. Can Matt Flynn follow in his footsteps with the Raiders?
Crabtree couldn't see after J. Smith SB hit
Michael Crabtree said Jimmy Smith's hit temporarily blinded him on final series of Super Bowl
Arrest made in Super Bowl scam of Hayward woman
The Alameda County Sheriff's Department announced the arrest of a man from Florida after a Hayward woman was scammed out of $6,000 in Super Bowl tickets that she paid for online, but never received.
Sizing up Santa Clara's Super Bowl chances for 2016
Biz Ball Insider Andy Dolich outlines Santa Clara's plan to host Super Bowl 50 in 2016. Does it already have an advantage over Miami?