Roger Goodell won't commit to cold

Updated: February 1, 2014, 12:47 AM ET
By Jeff Legwold | ESPN.com

NEW YORK -- Standing beneath a little good-natured artificial snow on Friday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was lukewarm about the prospects of future Super Bowls being played at open-air stadiums in other cold-weather cities.

Goodell praised the efforts of those in the New York/New Jersey area ahead of this year's game, but despite the interest it will generate in other cold-weather climates where teams play in open-air stadiums, Goodell stopped short of saying Super Bowl XLVIII is the ...

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