EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (WTVB) - With no snow in the forecast for tomorrow night’s first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl, the NFL provided a few flakes during commissioner Roger Goodell's annual state of the league address on Friday. As Goodell delivered his opening comments about not being able to control the weather, fake snow fell on him and drew more than a few laughs from the assembled media. The 40 minute session featured questions about future cold weather Super Bowl sites, the delayed concussion settlement with former players, potential playoff expansion and the possibility of a centralized replay system. Goodell said the success of this year's Super Bowl in New Jersey would allow for further league discussions of cold-weather hosts and added that owners would talk about an additional playoff team for each conference while also considering the potential of league headquarters help in the video review system.
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