NBC Blames 'Equipment Failure' For Brief Blackout During Super BowlNBC's broadcast of the Super Bowl -- the year's biggest television event -- suffered a brief hiccup early in the second quarter when the screen went to black.
Twitter Blows Up Over Peter Dinklage-Morgan Freeman Super Bowl AdThe Super Bowl ad starring Morgan Freeman and Peter Dinklage in a lip-sync rap battle is breaking Twitter.
Patriots Injury Report: No Hurt Patriots, Believe It Or NotWith just a couple of days until Super Bowl 52, the New England Patriots don't have a single person on the injury report.
Eagles Injury Report: Jernigan, Darby Miss Practices With IllnessTim Jernigan and Ronald Darby have missed practice due to illness, but the rest of the Eagles injury report has been pretty clean.
Patriots Opponent Profile: Eagles Are Team Of Mystery And Pure TalentAs the Patriots prepare for Super Bowl LII, they are also getting ready to face off against a team unlike any they've faced this season as the Eagles leave a lot that is unknown on the table.
Kraft Turns To Social Media For Super Bowl CommercialKraft is turning to social media to create their Super Bowl commercial, meaning you could be featured in the ad during the Big Game!
CBS Local Sports Experts Pick Best Food, Fans, Hair For Super Bowl 52We asked CBS Philadephia's Don Bell and CBS Boston's Levan Reid about slightly less pressing questions in Super Bowl 52.
CBS Local Sports Experts Break Down Super Bowl 52CBS Philadelphia's Don Bell and CBS Boston's Steve Burton joined us to answer four questions about Super Bowl 52.
Ray Lewis On Eagles-Patriots Super Bowl MatchupINSIDE THE NFL analyst Ray Lewis weighed in on last weekend's Conference Championships and next weekend's Eagles-Patriots Super Bowl LII matchup. 
Is This The Most Detestable Super Bowl Ever?Unless you're from New England or Philadelphia, you cannot be happy with the Super Bowl LII matchup between the Patriots and Eagles.
Keidel: Why The Patriots Are Back In The Super Bowl... AgainBelichick, Brady and the Patriots know how to win the big games, which is just as important as talent, effort or luck.