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Video: Seahawks mascot is the bigger a$$hole in ESPN face-off with Broncos' Miles

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In the run-up to Sunday's Super Bowl, we've posted about some of the friction caused by the match-up between the Broncos and the Seahawks, including the firing of a Tacoma teen after he wore a Demaryius Thomas jersey to work and a Washington senator's rude tweet about the Barrel Man. Now, Miles, the Broncos' mascot, and Blitz, his Seahawks counterpart, are getting into it, too, in a new ESPN commercial. Neither behave in an especially mature manner in the spot, but in our completely unbiased opinion, Blitz started it! Check out the amusing clip below.

Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts. More from our Sports archive: "Washington Senator Patty Murray apologizes for rude tweet about Broncos super fan Barrel Man."

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