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By Michael David Smith

The Pro Football Hall of Fame has obtained a full audio recording of the post-game show following Super Bowl I, and it’s a fascinating 30 minutes for anyone who’s interested in the history of football. Pat Summerall, who was then 36 years old and recently retired as a player, handled the post-game proceedings and deftly…
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By Darin Gantt

The Broncos interviewed Chiefs special teams coach Dave Toub for their head coaching opening. They hired his assistant to be one of their assistants. According to Mike Klis of KUSA, the Broncos are hiring Brock Olivo to coach their special teams. Olivo played four years in the NFL with the Lions, and has worked for…
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By Michael David Smith

The referee who made the most controversial penalty call of the playoffs will referee the Super Bowl. Carl Cheffers, who threw the holding flag on Chiefs left tackle Eric Winston that negated Kansas City’s game-tying two-point conversion against the Steelers, has been given the Super Bowl assignment, according to FootballZebras.com. That won’t sit well with…
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By Josh Alper

Steelers safety Sean Davis got flagged for a hit to the head of Chiefs wide receiver Chris Conley last Sunday night and said Wednesday that he has been fined by the league. Davis said he was fined around $24,000 — the NFL’s fine schedule calls for a $24,309 fine for a first helmet-to-helmet hit —…
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By Darin Gantt

Quarterback Aaron Murray was on three teams during an 11-day stretch of September, and is continuing his efforts to turn up with as many teams as possible. Via Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer, the former fifth-round pick from Georgia is working out for the Panthers today. They don’t particularly need anything other than a…
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By Zac Jackson

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown tweeted an apology late Tuesday night for using Facebook Live to broadcast the Steelers’ locker room celebration after last Sunday’s win over the Chiefs. The video violated league rules in addition to angering many of Brown’s teammates and showing viewers Steelers coach Mike Tomlin using obscenities in regard to the…
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By Zac Jackson

The Broncos plan to interview Brock Olivo for their vacant special teams coach position, Mike Klis of News9 in Denver reported Tuesday. A special teams standout during his four-year playing career with the Lions from 1998-2001, Olivo has spent the last three seasons as assistant special teams coach with the Chiefs and has worked under…
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