There was an unplanned wardrobe malfunction in the WWE.
In an article on ESPN’s website on Thursday, the network wrote that WWE Chief Operating Officer of Talent Relations Chris Jericho has been placed on administrative leave for two weeks following the wardrobe malfunction.
The article said the reason for the staff error was not immediately clear.
The New England Patriots were not among the teams that lost to the Broncos on Thursday night.
On Wednesday, the Patriots said they were not aware of the wardrobe mishap and would not be commenting.
The Patriots also have a Super Bowl rematch with the Carolina Panthers next Sunday, and it would be the first time in their history they have faced off against the defending Super Bowl champion.
The wardrobe malfunction was the first of its kind since WWE started using digital technology to record video of matches in 2011.
The technology is currently used for the video replay of live matches on WWE Network, and WWE said on Wednesday it is working with the WWE Technology Committee to address the issue.
The company also released a statement saying the wardrobe malfunctions happened during the week of the Super Bowl, which is scheduled for Sunday.WWE did not immediately return a request for comment from The Associated Press.