May 2010

Landing the Super Bowl in 2014 should help the Giants and Jets finally put a name on their new $1.6 billion stadium. Speaking at a news conference Wednesday, the owners of the two NFL teams said the selection of the stadium for the NFL championship game in roughly 3 1/2 years is bound to attract sponsors interested in seeing their company's name on the 82,500-seat facility.
Let the celebration begin. For once, the Jets and Giants teamed up for a win. NFL owners voted Tuesday to play the 2014 Super Bowl in the new $1.6 billion Meadowlands Stadium in what may very well be the first cold weather championship for the world's biggest football game. The league made a special exception for the Giants and Jets to bid on the game, and supporters of both teams held their...
MIAMI - Moments after their bids to host the 2014 Super Bowl were left out in the cold, hopeful organizers from Miami and Tampa began looking at the same thing.

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