Stories from Lowell Cohn
Lowell Cohn: Peyton Manning plays the part of weary hero in this drama
Still savvy, but burden by diminished skills, Broncos QB is the key to Super Bowl 50
Lowell Cohn: South Bay gets raw deal in hosting big game
The NFL wants America to think this is a San Francisco Super Bowl, even though it's not.
Lowell Cohn: It's good to see Davis back in Bay Area
I root for Vernon Davis. My professional distance out the window.
Lowell Cohn: Newton a popular guy in Panthers locker room
Panthers quarterback has a close bond with his teammates, in contrast to his once-upon-a-time peer Colin Kaepernick.
Lowell Cohn: There’s no comparing Manning to Newton
Peyton Manning must be sick of people comparing him to Cam Newton. Well, from his point of view, he doesn’t have to be Cam Newton, because he’s Peyton Manning.
Lowell Cohn: With Super Bowl 50, Bay Area back in sports spotlight
Ahead of next week's Super Bowl 50, columnist Lowell Cohn looks back at 10 of the most memorable sporting events in San Francisco Bay Area history.
Lowell Cohn: NFL players willingly take the risk of brain injuries
Do you feel guilty when you watch NFL games, guilty about enjoying games with injuries including brain trauma? I don't.
Lowell Cohn: Warriors leave aging Spurs in the dust
The titanic matchup of the old champions and the new champions turned out to be not much of a match after all.
Lowell Cohn: Warriors' way completely foreign to Cavaliers
When you think of Warriors players, you think character. The Warriors superstar, Stephen Curry, is normal. Talks like a human being. One of the guys. Doesn’t need people to kiss his sneakers.