New Jersey sees milder temperatures for the first cold-weather Super Bowl

The first Super Bowl Sunday to be held

The first Super Bowl Sunday to be held in the New York-area has finally arrived, and the NFL couldn't have asked for more manageable temperatures for the first cold-weather Super Bowl. (February 2, 2014 7:21 PM)

The first Super Bowl Sunday to be held in the New York-area has finally arrived, and the NFL couldn't have asked for more manageable temperatures for the first cold-weather Super Bowl.

More than 80,000 fans have filed into the seats at MetLife Stadium.

Two Broncos players have connections to the Bronx.

DeWitt Clinton High School alum Sam Garnes will be there as assistant secondary...

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