It may qualify as a small irony that in the run-up to the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl, the people seemingly least threatened about the possibility of bad weather are the folks whose job is to protect the surface on which the game will be played.
With a wave of people expected in February for the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium, New Jersey will be at an increased risk of human trafficking. A summit in Trenton focused on officials' efforts to combat trafficking and highlighted services available to victims and survivors.
MetLife Stadium has passed a power test in preparations for February's Super Bowl, an organizer announced Thursday, as the NFL hopes to avoid a repeat of last winter's power outage at New Orleans' Superdome that delayed the game a half hour.
In the run-up to next February's Super Bowl in the Meadowlands, the New York/New Jersey Super Bowl Host Committee has launched a traveling exhibit to bring the sense of the pro football game and its history to area residents.