They send them to some of the 3rd world countries for extra clothes, like last year they sent the New England Patriots shirts and hats to a girls soccer team and their village
Well, in the case of the Super bBowl this year the losing teams t-shirts (and losing playoff teams) were donated to World Vision who works to improve the lives of children in over 100 countries. World Vision has been giving away the losing team/misprinted products since 1994.
This years misprinted t-shirts will be donated in Nicaragua, Romania, and several other countries. The value of these t-shirts being donated is millions of dollars. These t-shirts will be the first time many folks have ever owned new clothes. In many of the countries food is the number one priority and warm clothes are a luxury so these donations really make a difference and spread the NFL brand to remote parts of the world.
Those probably are inactive players wearing Super Bowl shirts.
The Kansas City Chiefs won Super Bowl IV, three years after losing the first Super Bowl to the Green Bay Packers.
Super Bowl XXXVIII - Carolina Panthers Super Bowl XXXIX - Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl XL - Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl XLI - Chicago Bears Super Bowl XLII - New England Patriots
Super Bowl MerchandiseThey make these shirts so that they can sell the shirts, caps, etc quickly after the game. The stuff made for the winning team is sold, but they don't sell the stuff of the losing team. Those merchandises are given to a charity. I can't remember its name, but they give the clothes to people in Africa who need clothes. The NBA does something similar with their merchandise.
No team has qualified for the Playoffs with a losing record, therefore, never getting a chance to qualify of the Super bowl.
Through Super Bowl XLII, that has never happened.
The Seahawks were the losing team in Super Bowl XL. This was the only appearance for the Seahawks in a Super Bowl.
1971 Dallas Cowboys Linebacker Chuck Howley in Super Bowl V.
Rich Gannon in Super Bowl XXXVII against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Philadelphia Eaglaes have never won a Super Bowl. They are 0-2 in Super Bowl play, losing to The Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XV and to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXIX,The Eagles have not yet won a Super Bowl championship.never!
Yes, the losing team from the Super Bowl does receive a Super Bowl ring. It is half the cost of the winning teams Super Bowl ring. Many players choose not to wear the ring because it symbolizes defeat. The losing team also receives 150 rings for players, coaches and staff. By rule, the cost of the rings may not exceed half of the cost of the winners' rings.
The losing team does get a monetary bonus.
No, the Atlanta Falcons have never won the Super Bowl. They have one apperance in a Super Bowl, losing Super Bowl XXXII to the Denver Broncos 34-19 on January 31, 1999.
The first Cowboys player to win the Super Bowl MVP award was linebacker Chuck Howley who won the award in Super Bowl V. The Cowboys lost that Super Bowl to the Baltimore Colts 16-13. Howley is the only player in Super Bowl history to be from a losing team and be awarded MVP of the game. The Cowboys first Super Bowl was SB V in 1971 and the MVP was linebacker Chuck Howley. Howley is the only player in Super Bowl history to be named MVP from the losing team.
The Arizona Cardinals have no Super Bowl rings. They came close losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2008.
The payout to the losing team in Super Bowl XLVI, the New England Patriots, was $44,000 per player.
No, they have not. They played in one, Super Bowl XLIII in 2009, narrowly losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-23.
No. The Vikings are 0-4 in the Super Bowl, losing in Super Bowls IV (Chiefs), VIII (Dolphins), IX (Steelers), and XI (Raiders).
Dallas Cowboys LB Chuck Howley won the MVP for Super Bowl V, despite losing to the Baltimore Colts.
The first person to score two touchdowns for a losing Super Bowl team was Bill J. Miller of the Oakland Raiders. He caught two touch down passes from quarterback Daryle Lamoinica in Super Bowl II.
Super Bowl V: Chuck Howley of the Cowboys won the MVP Award. This was the 1st and only time a player on the losing team won the MVP Award in the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl XXX - Neil O'DonnellSuper Bowl XLV - Ben Roethlisberger