NFL rumors: Latest news from the playoffs on injuries and more

Latest news from the playoffs on injuries and more.  
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By Brian Rauf, Chat Sports

The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers are preparing to battle in Super Bowl 50 after both teams recorded impressive wins on Sunday. The rest of the league has turned their attention to the off-season, preparing for upcoming free agency and the NFL Draft.

Check out the latest NFL news and rumors below.

• Broncos quarterback Peyton Manningacknowledged to New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick that Super Bowl 50 might be the last game of his 18-year career.

• NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy told the Associated Press that the league has started an investigation into allegations that Manning used HGH.

• The Miami Dolphins are “going to look at” restructuring defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh's contract, reports the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Suh signed a six-year, $114 million contract with the Dolphins last offseason.

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• The San Francisco 49ers have hired Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator Jim O'Neil to the same position, reports CSNBayArea's Matt Maiocco.

• Former New York Giants safety Tyler Sash, who died in September after an accidental overdose of pain medication, has been diagnosed with CTE, reportsThe New York Times' Bill Pennington.

• Panthers owner Jerry Richardson is paying for everyone in the organization to attend the Super Bowl, reports the Charlotte Observer's Jonathan Jones.

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• New video has emerged of Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel allegedly partying in Dallas over the weekend, reports Busted Coverage. Manziel spent several weeks in rehab last offseason but was involved in several off-field incidents that included alcohol this year.

• FOX Sports' Troy Aikman said he expects either Manziel or Robert Griffin III to be the backup quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys next season.