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ESPN puts the larger-than-life Lombardi story into perspective

8:24 PM, Jun. 7, 2013
Former Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi is carried off the field on Jan. 14, 1968, after his team defeated the Oakland Raiders 33-14 in Super Bowl II in Miami. Former Packers great Jerry Kramer, right, is among those interviewed in the ESPN special.
Former Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi is carried off the field on Jan. 14, 1968, after his team defeated the Oakland Raiders 33-14 in Super Bowl II in Miami. Former Packers great Jerry Kramer, right, is among those interviewed in the ESPN special.
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There is a younger generation of NFL fans who are aware of Vince Lombardi as the guy whose name is on the Super Bowl trophy.

Or he might be the guy whose statue they show on national television when the Green Bay Packers play at Lambeau Field. The tundra guy.

He's that gap-toothed dude from way, way back when, you know, before the iPhone even. ...

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