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Chris Berman slammed over Super Bowl LVII postgame remark

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Sometimes you must read the room when it comes to making remarks, especially when you are a national media member. Long-time ESPN host Chris Berman referred to former U.S. president Abraham Lincoln’s birthday when explaining the significance of Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahomes playing in Super Bowl LVII. Berman is likely referring to Lincoln’s role in the Emancipation Proclamation, which ended slavery on January 1, 1863. The two signal-callers made history when they became the first two black QBs to start in a Super Bowl. Flip the page to check out the remarks made by Berman and the backlash from Twitter that came right after.

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