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Topic - Andrew Quarless
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Wearing his familiar knit cap and a blue San Jose State sweatshirt, Packers receiver James Jones looked like he was ready to escape the bitter cold and take the first flight back home to the West Coast.
The forecast for Michigan Stadium calls for temperatures in the teens, wind chills in the single digits, and a sprinkling of snow _ the perfect wintry mix for 100,000 fans to feel a big chill at the Big House.
With 11 days until the Green Bay Packers open the 2011 NFL season, the defending Super Bowl champions' priority for the final week of the preseason is simple.
"New York is a great city, it's one of the best cities you could play in as far as the Super Bowl," Packers tight end Andrew Quarless said. "But yeah, as a player, you'd like to be in a dome or somewhere warm where you don't have to worry about the weather."