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

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. (2/2/14)

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - 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.

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DeWitt Clinton High School alum Sam Garnes will be there as assistant secondary coach for the Broncos.

Greg Wilson, who was playing wide receiver for Fordham University a year ago, is now a member of the practice squad for the Broncos.

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