Super Bowl Sunday is on the horizon, and that means there will be plenty of discussion not only on this year’s big game but also past moments.

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Conspiracy theorists point to a pass interference call on Jacksonville’s A.J. Bouye. But there’s no follow-up about the Jaguars leaving two timeouts on the board with the ball and 55 seconds left before halftime. There’s no mention of a third-and-18 pass from Brady to Danny Amendola that kept a touchdown drive alive in the fourth quarter. That was the biggest play of the game, and it happened without a penalty.

Right behind Moss for touchdowns (153) and just ahead of him in yards (15,934) is Owens, whose 1,078 receptions rank eighth all-time. Owens was passed over the previous two years, but finally got in this time. While his numbers are undeniable, Owens was perceived as a bad teammate — something that had kept him out of Canton.

Urlacher spent his entire 13-year career with the Bears and was the NFL’s Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2000. He was the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2005 when he had 121 tackles with six sacks, five pass breakups and a forced fumble to help the Bears win the NFC North. Urlacher was an eight-time Pro Bowler with 1,229 tackles, 41 1/2 sacks, 78 pass breakups, 22 interceptions and 12 forced fumbles over his career.

“My message has been clear all year. I’m about creating positive change in the communities that I come from, whether it be Philadelphia, New Jersey, Ohio, Louisiana, or this entire country,” Jenkins said. “I want to see changes in our criminal justice system. I want to see us push for economic and educational advancement in communities of color and low-income communities.”

Defensive end Chris Long, who skipped the White House visit last year as a member of the Patriots, had already said he would not go this year, either.

“No, I’m not going to the White House. Are you kidding me?” Long said last week on the Pardon My Take podcast.

Running back LeGarrette Blount, who like Long moved from the Patriots to the Eagles this season, skipped last year’s White House ceremony. He said at the time, “I just don’t feel welcome into that house.”bills_042