Ex-Patriots Coach Doesn’t Leave Super Bowl Opening Night Without Flesh Wound


Super Bowl Opening Night is supposed to be fun. Players and coaches field stupid questions, media members often will show up wearing ridiculous costumes and entertainment abounds.

But for Brendan Daly, it feels safe to say he didn’t enjoy every moment of Monday night’s festivities.

Daly, who’s currently in his first season as Kansas City’s defensive line coach after five campaigns with the New England Patriots, managed to sustain a minor injury as the Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers gathered under one roof. According to FanSided’s Matt Verderame, Daly failed to dodge someone during the event and took a blow to the forehead, which resulted in a decently sized gash.

You can check it out here.

If Daly’s wound is any indication, Sunday night’s battle at Hard Rock Stadium should be an awfully physical affair.

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