- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 15, 2011

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - An NFL official says the Super Bowl next February in Indianapolis could be moved back one week if the 2011 season is delayed.

NFL senior vice president Frank Supovitz has spent the past three days in Indy. A scheduled walkthrough for the game included everyone from local and federal enforcement officials to executives from NBC, which will televise the game.

The big question is whether it will be played.

Supovitz would not characterize negotiations to end the lockout but acknowledged the game could be moved back from Feb. 5 to Feb. 12 if the season is delayed. He also says Indy would get a future Super Bowl if the lockout canceled the game, something he does not expect.



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