Panini Super Bowl Kid Reporter Curtis Case Grills the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks

NEWARK, N.J. — On Tuesday during Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day, 12-year-old Curtis Case, the Panini Super Bowl Kid Reporter contest winner, worked the Prudential Center field like a veteran newsman. With Panini America Vice President of Marketing Jason Howarth providing the lead-block muscle, Case sashayed from podium to podium asking the tough questions — first of the AFC Champion Denver Broncos, then of the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks.

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NEWARK, N.J. — On Tuesday during Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day, 12-year-old Curtis Case, the Panini Super Bowl Kid Reporter contest winner, worked the Prudential Center field like a veteran newsman. With Panini America Vice President of Marketing Jason Howarth providing the lead-block muscle, Case sashayed from podium to podium asking the tough questions — first of the AFC Champion Denver Broncos, then of the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks.

The following must-see video details Case’s impressive performance during the Seahawks’ media session, when he got up close and personal with the likes of Russell Wilson, Golden Tate, Max Unger, Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor, Doug Baldwin and Bobby Wagner to grill them on their preparations for the big game and presenting them with their very own Panini America Super Bowl cards.

And just in case you missed our exclusive video detailing Case’s time with the Denver Broncos, you can access that here.

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