Remember all those worries about playing the NFL's biggest game outdoors in a cold-weather city?
Turns out, this likely won't even be the coldest Super Bowl.
Forecasters were calling for a high of 49 degrees on Sunday, with the evening low only expected to dip to 32 degrees.
At the 1972 Super Bowl in New Orleans, the temperature was a reported 34 degrees with a wind chill of 24. It now seems unlikely to get that cold at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., though the chance of evening precipitation was picking up. There was a 50 percent shot of rain or snow flurries.
Pete Carroll said the Seattle Seahawks are ready to go for the Super Bowl after their final walkthrough practice Saturday. The Seahawks first went to MetLife around 10:30 a.m. and hung out on the field for 15 minutes. Seattle then boarded buses and went across the street to the New York Giants' practice facility. Seattle had brief meetings and a 35-minute walkthrough.
"We're ready to go," Carroll said. "That's kind of how we are. I don't know if it's loose, but we're where we're supposed to be."
The Denver Broncos practiced in sweats for about 30 minutes for their walk-through at MetLife.
"It was very similar to what we've done all season -- typical Saturday practice," coach John Fox said. "Just a review, pretty much."
Browns: Cleveland is expected to hire Kyle Shanahan as its offensive coordinator, but a team spokesman said new coach Mike Pettine has yet to make a final ruling on his search for a play-caller.
The only other candidate known to interview for the Browns' offensive coordinator job is Raiders quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo. A Youngstown, Ohio, native, DeFilippo met with the Browns on Thursday.
"Mike Pettine has not made the decision," the spokesman said. "He's had some solid interviews, but that determination has not been made."
Shanahan, 34, was the Washington Redskins' offensive coordinator from 2010-13.
The Redskins fired Shanahan and his father, Mike, their former head coach, after the team went 3-13 last year.
The Shanahans' well-documented clash with quarterback Robert Griffin III also tarnished their reputations.
The Baltimore Sun, citing two sources, reported Friday that the Browns hired former Ravens offensive line coach Andy Moeller to fill the same role in Cleveland. The Browns have yet to announce the move.
Bills: Buffalo continued to add to its staff, hiring Fred Pagac as linebackers coach and Pepper Johnson as defensive line coach. Pagac most recently served as linebackers coach for Minnesota. He was on the Raiders staff from 2001-03. Johnson had been on the New York Giants staff. He was coached by Pagac at Ohio State.
MCT Information Services contributed to this report.