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Super Bowl players brace for wintry mix Peter Barzilai@ByPeterBarzilai
USA TODAY Sports
Super Bowl XLVIII weather report
for East Rutherford, N.J.:
The weather outside is:
There is snow on the ground and
the possibility of more throughout
the week. As for Super Sunday,
the forecast calls for a chance
of a wintry mix during the day
and clearing by the evening, With
the game scheduled to begin at
6:30 p.m. ET.
Worst case: If the forecast
worsens, the NFL has said it
needs 24 hours to change the
time of the game and 36 hours to
change the day.
How I stay warm: “Warm
Skin,” said Denver Broncos safety
David Bruton, referring to a
cream the makers say moisturizes
and insulates the skin. He
said.he also used Vaseline. “I can’t
say a little. I did a lot,” Bruton
said of the game at the New England
Patriots on Nov. 24, when
the wind chill index was 6 degrees.
“I covered every part I possibly
could. … All over. There
wasn’t a place untouched.”
How I stay warm II: “Don’t
let the cold weather get you,” said
Broncos linebacker Wesley
Woodyard. “Once you get to the
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point in the mind that you’re
cold, that’s when it gets you. So
you’ve just got to block it out.”
Embrace it: As long as they
can clear the fields at their team
headquarters in Englewood,
Colo., the Broncos practice outdoors,
regardless of inclement
“We’d love to play in 70-degree
weather,” said Denver cornerback
Champ Bailey, a IS-year veteran
who is playing in his first title
game. “But if you tell me it’s 20
degrees and I am playing in the
Super Bowl, I’m going to take it.”
Contributing: Wire reports
LINDSAY H. JONES USA TODAY SPORTS
The Broncos, huddling up in November during a practice in
Englewood, Colo., are familiar with inclement weather.