Goodell Not Ruling Out Chicago Super Bowl

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A general view of Soldier Field. (credit: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

A general view of Soldier Field. (credit: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

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(WSCR) A Super Bowl in Chicago?

It might not be as crazy of an idea as you think. During Roger Goodell’s press conference in Indianapolis on Friday, The Score’s Les Grobstein asked the commissioner about the possibility of the Super Bowl coming to Soldier Field.

“Chicago is a great community,” Goodell said. “As far as football fans are concerned, there’s no greater passion than in Chicago. There are a number of issues that go into playing a Super Bowl. It’s not just the size of the stadium. It’s clearly the number of hotel rooms, the other infrastructure, all of which I presume Chicago would meet. If (the Bears) are interested, we certainly will meet with them and discuss the ability to do that.”

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