NEW YORK - The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks both held their final pre-Super Bowl practices indoors on Friday.
The Seahawks cheated a bit, opening all the doors at the New York Giants' Quest Diagnostic Training Center in East Rutherford to sink the temperature inside, to mimic game-time conditions.
And the Broncos "warmed up" outside, as it were, on an overcast, breezy day before practising indoors at the Jets' Atlantic Health Training Center.
Super Bowl practices always are closed to the media, except for a single pool reporter assigned by the Pro Football Writers Association at each site, who files a report that excludes descriptions of formations and plays.
These reports are distributed to all media covering the game.
"I couldn't ask for more, for the way they've done it," Broncos head coach John Fox said after his team's last practice, 85 minutes in length. "We've been on par. Very focused."