The NFL is moving ahead full tilt with the Super Bowl at SoFi Stadium , despite news Wednesday that the Grammy Awards have been postponed because of coronavirus concerns. "Every single game we've played this year in a full-capacity stadium has allowed us to hone our protocols and prepare not only for game day at SoFi — in what is considered an outdoor building with a roof — but also for Super Bowl week," said Peter O'Reilly, the NFL's executive vice president of club business and league events. This is the first Super Bowl in the Los Angeles area since the Dallas Cowboys and Buffalo Bills played at the Rose Bowl in early 1993. "We want to be a role model," O'Reilly said. "We know we've got a platform here, but we also know that we can do things safely and effectively. This is a big moment for us and for L.A., being back there after all these years and we're really confident in our plan." Advertisement According to a report Wednesday by WFAA, the ABC affiliate in Dallas, the league has looked into the availability of AT&T Stadium, home of the Cowboys, as an alternate Super Bowl site should… Read full this story
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