NFL giving one kid chance to win 'ultimate' experience at Super Bowl LI in Houston

Contest winner would give game ball to official on Super Bowl Sunday

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HOUSTON – The National Football League is giving kids who stay active a chance to be a part of the Super Bowl experience in Houston.

The NFL PLAY 60 Super Bowl contest presented by Danimals gives kids ages 6-12 the chance to hand the game ball to an official on the field for Super Bowl LI.

Contestants have to go to NFLRush.com/SuperKid and submit a video highlighting how they stay active for 60 minutes each day. The winner will get to hand the game ball to an official on Super Bowl Sunday and participate in other Super Bowl week events, including the NFL Experience and the NFL Honors.

The contest is part of NFL PLAY 60, which encourages kids across the country to get active for 60 minutes a day.

Super Bowl LI is Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017 at NRG Stadium.