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Levi’s Stadium crew forgets to paint Panthers’ end zone

Workers lay down the first layer of paint on the 50 yard line of the field in preparation for the Super Bowl 50 NFL football game on Jan. 26 at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.
Workers lay down the first layer of paint on the 50 yard line of the field in preparation for the Super Bowl 50 NFL football game on Jan. 26 at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. AP

The Super Bowl grounds crew at Levi’s Stadium at first forgot to paint an end zone for the Carolina Panthers, painting two instead for the Denver Broncos.

But don’t worry – the error has been fixed.

CBS photographer James Martin noted that the grounds crew painted the Broncos end zone on the visitor side when they should have been on the home side since Denver is the home team.

The stadium crew scrubbed the Broncos’ logo on the visitor side and replaced it with that of the Panthers, adding finishing touches on Thursday, reports CBS, which is broadcasting Super Bowl 50.

The Panthers play the Broncos at Levi’s Stadium, which is in Santa Clara, Calif., on Feb. 7 at 6:30 EST.

Katherine Peralta

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