Jets raise offer for new stadium to $720M
KAPALUA, Hawaii -- The Super Bowl is coming to the Big Apple in 2010. Maybe.
Now all the New York Jets have to do is get approval for their stadium project on the West Side of Manhattan, which is no slam dunk.
NFL owners voted 31-1 Wednesday to award the 2010 game to New York, provided the 75,000-seat stadium, whose cost now has reached nearly $2 billion, is built.
"Today is a landmark day," Jets owner Woody Johnson said,
"and the 2010 Super Bowl in the New ...
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