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Fans, businesses counting down to the big game

January 30, 2014

The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks will meet in New Jersey for Super Bowl XLVIII Sunday, and some local businesses will cash in on the big game....

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Jan-30-14 8:31 PM

Go Broncos!

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Jan-30-14 11:21 AM

Playing football in New Jersey in February was the way football was intended to be played. I hope it snows too! Planning my Super Bowl Menu!!

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Jan-30-14 11:16 AM

Whatdifferencedoesitmake: Don't confuse the "NFL" with "NFL Charities". They are two separate entities. The NFL has never claimed to be a charity.

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Jan-30-14 5:31 AM

Pro Football - what a racket! In the news - National Football League, which racks in massive profits while claiming to be a charity. The latest figures will only deepen that controversy. In 2012, the NFL gave only $2.3 million to charity and virtually all of that went to the NFL Hall of Fame. In the meantime, it gave NFL commissioner Roger Goodell $29.5 million. $29,000,000.00 That's a lotta pizza.

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Jan-30-14 4:17 AM

I'd have to agree with Ray Smith. Playing football in New Jersey in February is very ill-advised.

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