I hope you got your "Yes We Did!" celebratory shirts while you could (I didn't) because the league has put the kibosh on them by threatening legal action against their designer. Granted, the league's action was explicitly against his design of a Sixburgh shirt, as the NFLShop offers one of its own, Dan Rugh took down the "Yes We Did!" shirt as well, considering the ceast-and-desist letter he received made mention of an unauthorized use of the Lombardi Trophy image. Not saying the league doesn't have legal grounds to do this, especially with the Sixburgh shirt, in which they're protecting a similar product. But in falls in line with the draconian lengths they're willing to go (in which no advertiser can even use the words "Super Bowl" without a deal with the NFL) to guard naming rights.
Otherwise, there's still, somehow, bickering over trivial calls in the Super Bowl, which haters will probably never drop so long as they have working tear ducts. "Oh my gawd, look, an uncalled hold on Woodley!"
But, hey, an uncalled hold on the Cardinals! CALL OFF THE CONSPIRACY!
I look at it this way: After last year's Super Bowl, a large segment of Patriots fans made a stink about the clock issues in that game and that there should have been a holding call on the Giants on the Giant Snatch play to Tyree. And everyone laughed them off the Internet, because no other than Pats fans wanted the Patriots to win. This year, the Cardinals were the overwhelmingly popular pick with casual fans and they lost, so suddenly offciating is allowed to become an issue. Any events that led to a Cardinals victory would have been overlooked, no matter how iffy.
Anyway, I'll get into some free agency stuff beginning next week. Marvel we all know is gone. Starks will be a thorny issue. He's obviously not worth $7 million a year, but that's what he just got and won a Super Bowl, so the Steelers are in a position where they probably can't drop the offer. Kemoeatu shouldn't be difficult to retain. Guards are pretty easy to come by in the league and I doubt he'll command huge interest on the market. Bryant McFadden is probably the guy I worry about keeping the most, but I think dropping the Marvel and probably Larry Foote will give the Steelers enough cap room to hold onto him and Nate Washington, who, while far from spectacular, benefits from a good bargaining chip with the Steelers being thin at receiver.