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Super Bowl grounds crew forgot to paint an end zone for the Panthers

Samuel Lam took a photo showing both sides of the field being painted for the Broncos Samuel Lam took a photo showing both sides of the field being painted for the Broncos
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The Broncos and Panthers don't kick off until Feb. 7, but if they decided to play tomorrow, they could, because the field at Levi's Stadium is ready to roll.

However, that wasn't the case on Monday, because the Panthers wouldn't have felt very welcome if they had seen the field at Levi's Stadium.

A snafu by the grounds crew led to two Broncos end zones being painted and zero Panthers end zones.

According to CBS photographer James Martin, the grounds crew painted the Broncos end zone on the visitor side when they should've been on the home side because Denver's the home team.

In the photo below, you can see the mistake more clearly. The end zone at the top of the picture is faintly covered with a Broncos logo while the end zone at the bottom of the picture is more filled in.

There was no Panther end zone.

Don't worry though Panthers fans! Your team is getting a painted end zone for Super Bowl 50.

The groundskeepers at the stadium put the finishing touches on the Panthers' end zone on Thursday, which was the final piece of the puzzle for the crew.

Although the Panthers' end zone is similar to what they had against the Cardinals in the NFC title game, the same can't be said for the Broncos. On the Broncos' end, Denver will be getting a dark blue end zone with orange letters.

During the AFC title game, the Broncos had orange letters, but there was no dark blue.

Besides the end zones, the grounds crew also put the finishing touches on the NFL logos at midfield.

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