Broncos Logo Painted in Both Ends Of Super Bowl Stadium

Super Bowl turf (Jeff Chiu / Associated Press)
Jeff Chiu / Associated Press

On January 26, the crew prepping Levi’s Stadium for Super Bowl 50 accidentally painted the Denver Broncos logo at both ends of the football field.

Yahoo Sports reported the mistake with a few tongue-in-check observations: “Making things easier on Peyton Manning? Giving Cam Newton an even higher hurdle to clear? Or just a case of bizarre miscommunication? You make the call.”

Yahoo Sports’ Daniel Lam tweeted a photo of the field with the Bronco’s logo solidly visible in one end zone and still lightly visible in the other.

And CBS photographer James Martin tweeted a photo where the nearly erased Bronco’s logo in the second end zone remained somewhat visible.

On January 28 Levi’s Stadium tweeted a photo showing the mistake had been corrected:

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