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San Francisco 49ers All-Pro linebacker NaVorro Bowman and tight end Vernon Davis have no desire to watch, review or think about Super Bowl XLVII. “I let it go,” said the 49ers leading tackler of the past two seasons.  “It still haunts us.” “It took me about two months to get it out 

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