Super Bowl fever heating up, Cowboy's legend recalls first 'Hail Mary' pass

Cowboy's legend Roger Staubach recalls first 'Hail Mary' pass (SBG San Antonio)

SAN ANTONIO – We went inside U.S. Bank Stadium where the game will be played on Sunday and took a trip down memory lane with one the Dallas Cowboy’s all-time greats.

Inside U.S. Bank Stadium

The temps outside are dropping, but Super Bowl fever is heating up.

We got a good look inside U.S. Bank Stadium Friday, because it's so cold. Justin Timberlake's halftime show has to practice inside which makes things interesting for the grounds crew.

Gronkowski was back on the field for the pats after being cleared of a concussion. You knew he wasn't going to miss this. His return great for Patriot fans, not so much for Philly fans.

Dallas Cowboy legend Roger Staubach recalls first 'Hail Mary' pass

And Viking fans had a tough day Friday. That's because Roger Staubach was roaming the corridors. It's sacred ground for Cowboy fans. How's that you ask? Do the words ‘Hail Mary’ mean anything to you?

Mr. Staubach is just one of the many stars on radio row. We saw guys like Tim Brown and other NFL stars pitch products on dozens of stations around the country. You never know who you'll find.

Guys like Dan Marino, Drew Brees, and look it's Carlton from the Fresh Prince of Bel Air. There was also some Cowboy legends. Emmitt Smith doing the Joel Osteen show, and as you saw, the greatest Cowboy of them all -- Roger Staubach.

You can watch the Super Bowl on News 4 San Antonio this Sunday at 5:30 p.m.

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