Playing it safe: Tight security measures in place for Minneapolis Super Bowl

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson knows his team will have to fight until the final whistle on Sunday

Well, they made it, and are one win away from repeating as Super Bowl champions, something they've done once in the Belichick-Brady era - 13 years ago, against the Philadelphia Eagles.

"We just had a conversation with Chase and said, 'Hey, look, either we're going to have to restructure, take less to stay, or we're gonna probably have to move on, '" said Pederson, who'll lead the Eagles into Super Bowl 52 on Sunday against the Patriots.

Brady, 40, led the National Football League with 4,577 passing yards this season.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady opened up Wednesday during a brief press conference about a couple of encounters he had with a dog.

"I'm not the guy to say 'oh, I'm out of concussion protocol.' That's the doctors call and hopefully that's very very soon", Gronkowski said, per "I'm having fun. Team's doing good".

"He always had high expectations for me and my brothers and he coached us a little bit different than the rest of the team".

- Only one player on either roster from Super Bowl 39 is on a roster for Sunday's game.

"I know that they're going to come out swinging and they're going to come out full force, a lot of energy". We need a couple more good ones, and we're playing against a great football team.

Long and Blount figure to have prominent roles in Super Bowl LII if their playoff contributions to date are any indication.

Philadelphia has had two previous Super Bowl appearances, losing to the Raiders in 1981 and the Patriots in 2005.

But on this particular Sunday in November of 2000, Pederson did something that many Browns quarterbacks - including himself - haven't done a lot of over the years: win a game.

Tight security runs throughout the week; even the players see the law enforcement game plan at work. The decision paid off with a Super Bowl ring last season. He was forced into the lineup as a rookie at right tackle last season when Lane Johnson was suspended for 10 games for using a banned supplement. It's the reality of the sport. "I think everyone's being really smart and cautious about it, as we should be based on all the information we've learned over the years". As long as I feel like I'm willing to make the commitment to do those things, then I feel like my body will allow me to do that. The Pats have won five Super Bowls, but never by more than six points.

Cardinal Sean O'Malley, archbishop of Boston, and Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput, archbishop of Philadelphia, have placed bets on their home teams, the Archdiocese of Boston said in a statement. "It was like a catch-22", said Sproul "Half my friends still root for them, half of them don't what to do and they stopped watching".

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