Some Media Members Are Too Warm At The First Cold-Weather Super Bowl

Remember when Super Bowl Tuesday was floated as an emergency response to any potential Sabbath-day snowstorms of death? The snow panic turned out to be for naught. It's actually quite nice out—apparently a little too warm for some of the media present.

The NFL was prepared for any frigid weather during the first outdoor cold-weather Super Bowl, accommodating the media with heat lamps in the auxiliary press area. But it's currently 52 degrees at MetLife Stadium, so now everyone's sweating. Dammit, weather!

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