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The graphic that featured the image of Tom Brady in the Super Bowl has been removed from the league’s official website.
The NFL confirmed on Monday that the graphic was removed for copyright reasons.
Brady, the New England Patriots quarterback, was wearing an earpiece on his left ear when he threw the first touchdown pass of the game.
The graphic was widely panned as being disrespectful to Brady and his family.
The graphic was one of several that had appeared on the league website in the wake of the deadly shooting of LaVoy Finicum in Oregon.
Brady had no such earpiece.
The Brady Family Foundation released a statement on Monday saying it has been in communication with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and the league office about the removal of the graphics.