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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It has been four months since the Broncos’ 43-8 meltdown loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII. And while the new season is less than 100 days away, there’s still a painful reminder of the loss to the Seahawks.

On Monday, Adam Paul Cooper posted photos on Instagram and Twitter of the Broncos’ “Super Bowl XLVII champions” T-shirts and other gear being packed up and shipped to Africa for the charity World Vision.

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Cooper says he’s a Chiefs fan and wrote: “Hahahaha.”

World Vision works with the NFL to ship apparel and merchandise it does not sell to people in need.

And new Broncos gear was probably needed since it had been 24 years since the last Broncos loss in a Super Bowl.

As for Cooper — do the scores 27-17 and 35-28 from last season ring a bell? Oh, and we’ll see you and the Chiefs on Sept. 14.