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NFL Owners Meetings: New Investment Strategy, Super Bowl Update
Published March 19, 2013
Also yesterday, the N.Y./N.J. Super Bowl Host Committee updated owners on preparations for the game in '14. The presentation itself appears to have been an unusual occurrence. Jim Steeg, who used to manage Super Bowls for the NFL, said on his Twitter feed he could not recall a host committee briefing owners on an upcoming game (Daniel Kaplan, Staff Writer).
Meanwhile, Eagles Owner Jeffrey Lurie indicated that he would "push for a Super Bowl in Philadelphia" if the '14 game at MetLife Stadium is "a success" (ESPN.com, 3/19).