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Too Cold For the Super Bowl—Really?

As reporters were interviewing a Pittsburgh safety about the big game this Sunday, he kept interrupting them to complain about the cold.

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“It’s too cold” according to the player known as “The Freezer”. Just days before the Super Bowl, the Dallas area got it’s share of winter weather with snow, ice and extremely cold winds. 337 pound Raji, known for his frigid nickname, claimed it to be “too cold. Feels like the ac is on”. Workers have been scraping ice and shoveling snow off the sidewalks and walkways around Cowboys Stadium.

All I can think of is poor baby. Besides the fact about how cold it’s been in our area, and we have been blasted with the biggest snow storm in about 40 years, these football players, who get beat up, knocked down, pushed and shoved by other players for a living, are complaining that it’s too cold.

I think there are a few people in the Capital Region that would love to go to Texas and show them how to deal with that horrible weather. Let’s see a show of hands.

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