Panini Super Bowl Kid Reporter Riley Ottele Interviews the Carolina Panthers (Video)
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Nine-year-old Washingtonian Riley Ottele, with a huge assist from Super Bowl-winning quarterback Trent Dilfer, turned in a day for the history books during Monday’s Super Bowl 50 Opening Night festivities. The grand prize winner in Panini America’s season-long Panini Super Bowl Kid Reporter contest, Ottele made the Opening Night rounds like a veteran newsman, asking the tough questions to the NFL superstars who will take the field Sunday in Super Bowl 50.
With Dilfer serving as a Hall of Fame wingman, Ottele made the most of his once-in-a-lifetime opportunity by interviewing the likes of Cam Newton, Josh Norman, Jonathan Stewart, Greg Olsen, Ted Ginn Jr., Ron Rivera and more — and by also presenting every player he interviewed with a commemorative Panini America Super Bowl 50 trading card.
You can check out Ottele’s impeccable work with the NFC Champion Carolina Panthers in the video and gallery that follow. If you missed yesterday’s video of Ottele’s work with the Denver Broncos, you can check it out here.
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