Broncos players share spotlight with their children after Super Bowl 50 victory

After winning Super Bowl 50, several Denver Broncos players celebrated with their families and shared the spotlight with their children.

As Peyton Manning hoisted the Lombardi trophy, you could see his twins, Mosley and Marshall at his feet, excited the share the moment with their dad.
"Well listen, there's only one thing sweeter to have in your hands than that  trophy and that's your children who are down there reaching up for that trophy and wanting to hold it with their daddy," CBS Sportscaster Jim Nantz said. "Congratulations, Peyton."

Aqib Talib also celebrated with his kids during his post-game interview.

"We love being the underdogs... Tell them we're world champs,"Talib said. "What just happened? Tell 'em in the mic."

"We just made world history," his daughter said.

"Ay! We just made world history," Talib repeated. "We just won Super Bowl 50."

The Broncos shared this picture as Emmanuel Sanders made an angel in the confetti, with his son, Princeton, by his side.

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