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Who was the youngest player to play in the Super Bowl?


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2011-01-27 20:55:13
2011-01-27 20:55:13

Jamal Lewis, a running back for the Baltimore Ravens, was the youngest player to play in a Super Bowl.

In the 2001 Super Bowl (XXXV), Jamal Lewis was 21 years, 155 days. The Ravens defeated the Giants in the game, 34-7.


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According to an article on the USA Today website, Jamal Lewis at 21 years, 155 days is the youngest player to start a Super Bowl game as of the 2007 season. Lewis was the starting running back for the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XXXV.

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no only players who get chosen to in it play unless they're going to the super bowl.

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