Brendan Maloy
Sunday January 19th, 2014

A package of Thursday night NFL games may bring in $700 million a year for the league Super Bowl XLVIII will be Roger Goodell's eighth as commissioner of the NFL. (Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is planning to brave the cold weather in New Jersey for this year's Super Bowl, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Goodell's seats are in an outdoor area of MetLife Stadium, where the forecast currently calls for a high of 37 degrees and a low of 25 with the possibility of rain, according to Schefter's report.

FARRAR: Former NFL safety Darren Sharper arrested on suspicion of rape Commissioner Pete Rozell sat outside at Super Bowl VI which was played at Tulane Stadium in 39 degree weather.

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