DALLAS — Green Bay Packers nose tackle B.J. Raji is a 337-pound football player nicknamed ``the Freezer,'' and he lives in a city where the average low temperature during February is 12 degrees.
He is tough. He is big. He deals with the cold regularly.
Yet none of this makes him any different than everyone else braving North Texas' nasty conditions as the NFL prepares to showcase its biggest game on sports' biggest day.
``I'm freezing,'' Raji said. ``I woke up and thought I was in Green Bay again.''
By everyone's standards, this is cold.
A massive ice storm caused power outages throughout North Texas, while icy roads made driving risky, closed some stores and changed some practice sites.
South Floridians might not care, since they are too busy soaking up 80-degree sunshine this week. But maybe they should.
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