Super Bowl 2014: Unprecedented Security Measures

ABC News' Tahman Bradley reports that officials are leaving nothing to chance for Super Bowl XLVIII.
3:00 | 01/31/14

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America's number. And after the morning's other top stories this Super Bowl weekend kicked off the teens are already them and they're gearing up and the toughest security plan -- is in. -- CBC's -- Bob Bradley joining us live from outside of MetLife stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey good morning tomorrow. John and -- fans here in New Jersey and New York are ready for some football. It will be a Super Bowl like no other everybody here is ready. To make history. The first outdoor cold weather Super Bowl now hours away then fired -- it's the Seattle Seahawks first good. Denver Broncos the best defense -- the best office. So I'd like to help -- the Broncos. I do -- championship and but you have other people that you'd like to work -- well we go after -- At all times about the thus -- -- -- best -- -- wanted to best argument. Here at MetLife stadium in New Jersey final preparations are underway earlier in the week crews cleared snow. Sunday's game time forecast as mild in the mid to high thirties our game is to experience he ailments part of what we do it's part of football. New York City has transformed Broadway into Super Bowl boulevard large crowds are enjoying concerts and greeting NFL players past and present. An unprecedented security plan is in full effect. Bomb sniffing dogs fighter jets in the sky -- helicopters and high speed boats in the water with radiological detection and infrared sensors. Every delivery to the stadium is getting a police escort. No specific terror plot has been identified but officials say they're leaving nothing to chance. The FBI is also on alert on the look -- for any lone wolf factors like the two Brothers accused of bombing last April's. Boston Marathon an event like there's another person that -- we don't know about who comes out of nowhere -- want to make a statement. And that's the -- The FBI spent thousands of background checks on stadium workers from the people who clean up all the way to the people selling concessions -- and John. I -- -- Bradley -- at MetLife stadium in New Jersey -- --

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