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VIDEO: Panthers strap on GoPros to record Opening Night

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SAN FRANCISCO (WBTV) -

For the first time ever, the Super Bowl media event was held at night, instead of during the day. Now, we're getting an inside look at what Media Night felt like, from the view of the Carolina Panthers.

The team gave a couple of GoPro cameras to players to record the night. For a majority of the video, the camera stays in the hands of linebacker Shaq Thompson, defensive end Mario Addison and cornerback Teddy Williams.

The video shows the antics behind the scenes as the team waited for their entrance into the arena, playing video games and joking around.

The team then makes their entrance, which was dubbed similar to a WWE wrestling entrance.

The video, posted by the Panthers on YouTube Wednesday night, features big names like Cam Newton, Jonathan Stewart, Joe Webb, Kurt Coleman, Derek Anderson, Thomas Davis, Tre Boston, Cortland Finnegan, David Mayo, Jerricho Cotchery and Mike Tolbert.

The video shows players being interviewed by international media, and each other, while having a good time.

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It even shows off some songbirds, too, with a quick rap from Williams and practice squad tackle David Foucault, who is from Montreal, gave a quick rendition of "Oh Canada."

The Panthers take on the Denver Broncos Sunday night in Super Bowl 50.

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