Both the Seahawks and Broncos went through walk-through practices on Saturday, one day before they meet at MetLife Stadium in Super Bowl XLVIII.
According to the Pro Football Writers of America’s practice pool report, the Broncos held a light practice of around 30 minutes at MetLife Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
“It was very similar to what we’ve done all season — typical Saturday practice,” Broncos coach John Fox told the Boston Globe‘s Ben Volin, who filed the practice report. “Just a review, pretty much. Play the game, walk the field — maybe not everything we’re going to do, because you don’t know what security is like here. But it was beneficial.”
The Seahawks traveled to MetLife Stadium in the morning to see the building, then held their walk-through at the Giants’ practice facility.
“We’re ready to go,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, who wrote the pool report for the PFWA. “That’s kind of how we are. I don’t know if it’s loose, but we’re where we’re supposed to be. This is how we always prepare. This is the exact routine we always do. And the guys did it perfectly today.
“It’s been great. We have no hesitation saying it’s been exactly what we hoped to get done. We’re physically right and mentally right and we’re ready to go.”