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Super Bowl XLI

The Indianapolis Colts defeated the Chicago Bears to win Super Bowl XLI. Check back next season for more picks.

2006 record: 30-22-3
2005 record: 28-18-1
2004 Record: 30-24-1
2003 Record: 30-16-1

Recent NFL News
Tyler Eifert (TE)  CIN
Eifert (elbow) is one of a few tight ends on the Bengals' current roster, which could change following next week's NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

Joseph Fauria (TE)  DET
Fauria did not require offseason ankle surgery, the Detroit Free Press reports.

Alex Smith (QB)  KC
Smith (spleen) has been cleared for football activities, ESPN.com reports.

Dez Bryant (WR)  DAL
Bryant (groin) was not present as the Cowboys began their voluntary offseason workouts Monday, NFL.com reports.

Antonio Brown (WR)  PIT
Brown is said to be looking for a new contract with the Steelers, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

Carlos Hyde (RB)  SF
General manager Trent Baalke said that Hyde (ankle) has dropped his weight to 220 pounds this offseason, Jason Butt of CBSSports.com reports.

Adrian Peterson (RB)  MIN
Peterson was not present for the first day of Minnesota's voluntary offseason workouts on Monday, ESPN reports. However, he likely would not have attended even if he were not having problems with Vikings management, as he has not attended similar workouts regularly in the past, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

Adrian Wilson (S)  
Wilson announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday, Craig Morgan of FOX Sports Arizona reports.

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