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Can FedEx be Super?
San Diego COO Jim Steeg, the point man on 25 straight Super Bowls before heading to the Chargers, gave credence to the idea.
"We talked to (stadium architects) HOK and they said anything's possible," Steeg said. "I know the (United States Tennis Association) is talking about the same kind of thing for the U.S. Open. As long as Washington would be willing to handle the costs of a temporary roof as part of its Super Bowl bid, that would solve one concern that everyone has about an outdoor Northern site."
Of course, just putting a lid on the stadium wouldn't solve all of the issues that a Super Sunday snowstorm would bring, particularly the inability of Washingtonians to drive in even a dusting of the white stuff.
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