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Super Bowl 50 Security: Sharp shooters atop Levi’s Stadium?

Feb 7, 2016 at 11:29 AM--


Judging from what can be seen around Levi's Stadium, which will play host to Super Bowl 50 today, the NFL was not joking about making sure there was plenty of security for the year's biggest sporting event.

Here are some social media observations by those covering the game from Levi's Stadium.










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