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Steelers WR Santonio Holmes makes a leaping touchdown grab with 42 seconds remaining in Super Bowl XLIII to give Pittsburgh a 27-23 win over the Cardinals. (John Biever/SI)

GALLERY: The 100 Greatest Sports Photos of All Time

Steelers WR Santonio Holmes makes a leaping touchdown grab with 42 seconds remaining in Super Bowl XLIII to give Pittsburgh a 27-23 win over the Cardinals. (John Biever/SI)
GALLERY: The 100 Greatest Sports Photos of All Time

Oakland Raiders defensive end Otis Sistrunk sacks Fran Tarkenton, forcing the Minnesota Vikings quarterback to fumble. Oakland’s offense had a field day with the Vikings, setting a Super Bowl record with 429 yards of offense in the 32-14 win. (Walter Iooss Jr./SI)

GALLERY: SI’s 100 Best Super Bowl Photos

Oakland Raiders defensive end Otis Sistrunk sacks Fran Tarkenton, forcing the Minnesota Vikings quarterback to fumble. Oakland’s offense had a field day with the Vikings, setting a Super Bowl record with 429 yards of offense in the 32-14 win. (Walter Iooss Jr./SI)
GALLERY: SI’s 100 Best Super Bowl Photos

Pat Summerall and John Madden pose together before Super Bowl XXXVI played on Feb. 3, 2002. Summerall died on Tuesday at the age of 82. (Ric Feld/AP)

GALLERY: Classic Photos of Pat Summerall

Pat Summerall and John Madden pose together before Super Bowl XXXVI played on Feb. 3, 2002. Summerall died on Tuesday at the age of 82. (Ric Feld/AP)
GALLERY: Classic Photos of Pat Summerall

Jets quarterback Joe Namath stands in the endzone during Super Bowl III against the Colts. (Neil Leifer/SI)

GALLERY: Classic Photos of the New York Jets

Jets quarterback Joe Namath stands in the endzone during Super Bowl III against the Colts. (Neil Leifer/SI)
GALLERY: Classic Photos of the New York Jets

Ravens receiver Jacoby Jones celebrates after scoring on a 56-yard touchdown reception. Jones also scored on a 108-yard kickoff return to start the second half in leading Baltimore to a 34-31 Super Bowl victory over San Francisco. (David Bergman/SI)

GALLERY: SI’s Best Super Bowl Photos | Super Bowl Fans

Ravens receiver Jacoby Jones celebrates after scoring on a 56-yard touchdown reception. Jones also scored on a 108-yard kickoff return to start the second half in leading Baltimore to a 34-31 Super Bowl victory over San Francisco. (David Bergman/SI)
GALLERY: SI’s Best Super Bowl Photos | Super Bowl Fans

In perhaps the most memorable play in Super Bowl historyGiants wide receiver David Tyree somehow manages to hang on to the catch by pinning the ball against his helmet as New England Patriots safety Rodney Harrison hits him late in the fourth quarter. Tyree also caught a touchdown pass earlier in the fourth quarter that helped the Giants to their 17-14 victory. (Damian Strohmeyer/SI)

GALLERY: SI’s 100 Best Super Bowl Photos

In perhaps the most memorable play in Super Bowl history, Giants wide receiver David Tyree somehow manages to hang on to the catch by pinning the ball against his helmet as New England Patriots safety Rodney Harrison hits him late in the fourth quarter. Tyree also caught a touchdown pass earlier in the fourth quarter that helped the Giants to their 17-14 victory. (Damian Strohmeyer/SI)
GALLERY: SI’s 100 Best Super Bowl Photos

Ray Lewis shows off his physique during a 2006 SI photo shoot. Lewis has been at the center of PED allegations this week after a SI report that he used deer antler spray to improve his performance. (Michael O’Neill/SI)

ROSENBERG: Lewis train keeps chugging in New Orleans

Ray Lewis shows off his physique during a 2006 SI photo shoot. Lewis has been at the center of PED allegations this week after a SI report that he used deer antler spray to improve his performance. (Michael O’Neill/SI)
ROSENBERG: Lewis train keeps chugging in New Orleans

Raiders defensive end Otis Sistrunk sacks Fran Tarkenton, forcing the Vikings quarterback to fumble during Super Bowl XI in Jan. 1977. Oakland’s offense had a field day with the Vikings, setting a Super Bowl record with 429 yards of offense in the 32-14 win. (Walter Iooss Jr./SI)

GALLERY: SI’s 100 Best Super Bowl Photos 

Raiders defensive end Otis Sistrunk sacks Fran Tarkenton, forcing the Vikings quarterback to fumble during Super Bowl XI in Jan. 1977. Oakland’s offense had a field day with the Vikings, setting a Super Bowl record with 429 yards of offense in the 32-14 win. (Walter Iooss Jr./SI)
GALLERY: SI’s 100 Best Super Bowl Photos 

Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, who is playing in his final game at the Super Bowl next weekend, poses during a 2006 SI photo shoot. (Michael O’Neill/SI)

BANKS: Hidden storylines of Super Bowl XLVII

Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, who is playing in his final game at the Super Bowl next weekend, poses during a 2006 SI photo shoot. (Michael O’Neill/SI)
BANKS: Hidden storylines of Super Bowl XLVII

On this day in 1985, the Chicago Bears released the famous “Super Bowl Shuffle,” a memorable song about their hopes of winning the NFL championship. The song proved to be true as the Bears would roll through the playoffs, culminating in a 46-10 victory over New England in Super Bowl XX. (Paul Natkin/Getty Images)

GALLERY: Rare Photos of the 1985 Bears

On this day in 1985, the Chicago Bears released the famous “Super Bowl Shuffle,” a memorable song about their hopes of winning the NFL championship. The song proved to be true as the Bears would roll through the playoffs, culminating in a 46-10 victory over New England in Super Bowl XX. (Paul Natkin/Getty Images)
GALLERY: Rare Photos of the 1985 Bears

Chiefs captains Jon Gilliam and Jerry Mays shakes hands with Packers captains Bob Skoronski and Willie Davis before Super Bowl I at the Los Angeles Coliseum. The Packers beat the Chiefs 35-10. (Neil Leifer/SI)

GALLERY: Neil Leifer’s Historic NFL Photos

Chiefs captains Jon Gilliam and Jerry Mays shakes hands with Packers captains Bob Skoronski and Willie Davis before Super Bowl I at the Los Angeles Coliseum. The Packers beat the Chiefs 35-10. (Neil Leifer/SI)
GALLERY: Neil Leifer’s Historic NFL Photos

Lawrence Taylor stares down John Elway during the second quarter of Super Bowl XXI. The Broncos QB threw for 304 yards and a touchdown but the Giants prevailed, 39-20.

GALLERY: Super Bowl Covers | Rare John Elway Photos | Classic Sports Posters

Lawrence Taylor stares down John Elway during the second quarter of Super Bowl XXI. The Broncos QB threw for 304 yards and a touchdown but the Giants prevailed, 39-20.
GALLERY: Super Bowl Covers | Rare John Elway Photos | Classic Sports Posters

Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe is dragged down by Packers safety LeRoy Butler during the second quarter of Super Bowl XXXI. Green Bay would wind up victorious, defeating New England 35-21 in Bill Parcells’ last game as Patriots coach. (John Iacono/SI)

KING MMQBBrees, Manning, Jones-Drew and other training camp thoughts
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Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe is dragged down by Packers safety LeRoy Butler during the second quarter of Super Bowl XXXI. Green Bay would wind up victorious, defeating New England 35-21 in Bill Parcells’ last game as Patriots coach. (John Iacono/SI)
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Cowboys receiver Drew Pearson celebrates with teammates after catching a 29-yard pass from Roger Staubach in the first quarter of Super Bowl X. Pearson caught five passes for 53 yards but Pittsburgh prevailed 21-17. (Neil Leifer/SI)  

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Cowboys receiver Drew Pearson celebrates with teammates after catching a 29-yard pass from Roger Staubach in the first quarter of Super Bowl X. Pearson caught five passes for 53 yards but Pittsburgh prevailed 21-17. (Neil Leifer/SI)  
GALLERY: Greatest Super Bowl Moments

The Giants received their Super Bowl rings on Wednesday night. Click below for a look at the other Super Bowl rings - dating all the way back to the Packers in 1967. (Adam Hunger/Reuters)

GALLERY: Super Bowl Rings (1967-2012)

The Giants received their Super Bowl rings on Wednesday night. Click below for a look at the other Super Bowl rings - dating all the way back to the Packers in 1967. (Adam Hunger/Reuters)
GALLERY: Super Bowl Rings (1967-2012)