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MINNEAPOLIS (AP)Picture this: Prince taking the stage at U.S. Bank Stadium in his hometown of Minneapolis for the 2018 Super Bowl to a dazzling display of purple lights Nick Kwiatkoski Color Rush Jersey , wowing the crowd at halftime with his frenzied guitar work, soulful singing and slick dance moves. Perfect marketing, a die-hard fan’s dream. But it won’t happen. Prince’s death from an accidental painkiller overdose in 2016 leaves fans to only imagine how the megastar might have topped his electrifying performance in pouring rain at the Super Bowl 11 years ago in Miami. ”People joke, `Can we just have a Prince hologram?”’ said Mike Howard, spokesman for the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee. Justin Timberlake is the halftime performer for Sunday’s game. At a press conference Thursday, Timberlake said Prince was a big influence. ”In my opinion, the greatest all-around musician in popular culture,” Timberlake said. ”The time I got to spend around him, with him, talking about music . those are memories that I’ll take with me forever.” But the sights and sounds of Prince still surround the big game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots. There’s the mural of Prince with a white dove in the Uptown neighborhood, his gold star outside Minneapolis’ First Avenue nightclub, or Paisley Park, his recording complex-turned-museum in Chanhassen, about 20 miles (32 kilometers) southwest of Minneapolis. ”Prince is not here in being, but he’s here in spirit Prince Amukamara Jersey ,” said music producer Jimmy Jam, who along with his producing partner Terry Lewis went heavy on Minnesota musical acts for Super Bowl Live , a free, 10-day fan festival on Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis. Jam said he hears Prince music ”on every NFL telecast and highlight on all the networks.” Jam said Prince ”is so associated with this state and with this city that his presence is definitely felt.” Thousands packed downtown for Monday’s ”Prince Night” concert, featuring Sheila E., Morris Day and The Time, and Prince’s 1980s band The Revolution. Fans also are getting a firsthand look at Prince’s guitars, costumes, hats and shoes on loan from Paisley Park at an exhibit as part of Super Bowl Live. ”He was magic. I think that people in Minnesota didn’t realize exactly how big he was probably until after his death, because he was our hometown guy,” Jeanette Blasewitz, 66, of Eden Prairie said while checking out the displays. Sunday’s game marks the anniversary of Prince’s appearance at the 2007 Super Bowl that saw the Indianapolis Colts beat the Chicago Bears. Many called the show the best Super Bowl halftime ever. Dressed in turquoise jacket and pants with an orange shirt, Prince gave a blistering rendition of his own hits, such as ”Let’s Go Crazy ,” followed by covers of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s ”Proud Mary,” Bob Dylan’s ”All Along the Watchtower” and the Foo Fighters’ ”Best of You” before finishing with ”Purple Rain” in a driving rainstorm. Morris Hayes, 55, was a keyboardist for Prince’s former band New Power Generation and was on stage that night. He remembers organizers approaching Prince before the Super Bowl with the forecast of rain and offering to pre-record his performance. Hayes said that prompted Prince’s famous response: Can you make it rain harder? ”The fact that it did rain when it did and how (Prince) did `Purple Rain’ in the rain, you can’t beat that. … It was magical, you know,” Hayes recalled. Fan Melisa Rokala, 46, of Cokato explains Prince’s appeal to Minnesota residents. ”As a Minnesotan, we love our own. And we love it when our own people love us here,” Rokala said. ”He loved Minnesota. It was always his home. And his music was groundbreaking.” She believes Prince – who once wrote a song for the Minnesota Vikings – would have been involved in a Minneapolis Super Bowl, perhaps again as the halftime performer, if he was still alive. — The offensive line of the Green Bay Packers are known for getting away with holds, and that’s not just the Chicago Bears’ fan in me talking, it’s a complaint that I see every time the Packers play anyone. The Packers have done it for so long that one of our favorite Xs&Os guys Mitchell Trubisky Color Rush Jersey , Brett Kollmann. dedicated a Film Room episode to their technique. The Film Room Ep. 49: How the Packers get away with holding on every playTo me there’s a difference in holding and grabbing. I coached my offensive linemen to grab. Grabbing is good, because referees rarely call grabbing at any level. As long as an offensive lineman’s elbows are in, and their hands are inside a defensive lineman’s frame, they can grab some jersey or the chest plate on the defender’s shoulder pads. It’s when an offensive lineman has their hands outside the defender or when they hug a defender that they get in trouble. If a defensive lineman has a quick and strong rip move, like Khalil Mack does, he’s able to turn his shoulders and get under a blockers arm, which forces the blocker to wrap his arm around him. The offensive lineman has to then use his feet to get in position to not get caught holding, because it’s just instinct to use that arm to hug. Most refs let that go unless the offensive lineman impedes the defenders progress with their outside arm. But with Mack’s freakish combination of strength and quickness, he’s seemingly held half the game, but in 2018 he’s not getting any calls at all. Check out this gallery of pictures we have available to us from Getty Images and the USA Today.Some of these pictures are obvious holds, while others are just Mack quickly getting under the arm with his rip move. They might be holds, but if the o-lineman didn’t clench on the hug they were probably okay. Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty ImagesPhoto by Jonathan Daniel/Getty ImagesPhoto by Jonathan Daniel/Getty ImagesPhoto by Jonathan Daniel/Getty ImagesPhoto by Jonathan Daniel/Getty ImagesMack’s face on taht one is great. He’s like, ‘Are you #%$@&!? kidding me?’Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty ImagesPhoto by Jonathan Daniel/Getty ImagesPhoto by Jonathan Daniel/Getty ImagesThat hold form the Lion didn’t stop Mack from getting the sack!Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty ImagesPhoto by Jonathan Daniel/Getty ImagesJoe Camporeale-USA TODAY SportsPatrick Gorski-USA TODAY SportsPhoto by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

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