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Before anyone else asks, no, Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller is not in a 2013 Super Bowl ad.
One of the memorable aspects of Super Bowl Sunday are the hilarious ads. This year should be no exception, but Miller won’t be involved.
One of the ads that will run during SB XLVII is Coca-Cola’s “Coke Chase” spot, which features a cowboy that somewhat resembles a certain 6′-3″, 237-pound star NFL linebacker. The team has confirmed that Miller was not involved in the commercial, however, so that settles that.
The role would have been fitting. When his football career ends, Miller intends to become a chicken farmer.
So, Miller won’t be in any Coke ads next Sunday, but we will see quarterback Peyton Manning promoting pizza during pre-game commercials.
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After a pass interference call on Champ Bailey the fans started giving the referees a hard time with some boos. Ed Hochuli being the beast that he is, decided to let everyone know that "There are Penalties in the Pro Bowl." Luckily for all of the fans in attendance he didn't give them all the torture rack one by one. Check out the video below.
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