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PHOTOS: Cheerleaders of Super Bowl XLVIII

PHOTOS: Cheerleaders of Super Bowl XLVIII

SUPER BOWL XLVIII: Seattle Seahawks Sea Gals cheerleaders and Denver Broncos cheerleaders are joined by Miles, the Broncos mascot, and Blitz, the Seahawks mascot, Friday, Jan. 31, during a live broadcast of Good Morning America at Times Square in New York. The Seattle Seahawks will play the Broncos Sunday in the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII football game in East Rutherford, N.J. Photo: Associated Press/Ted S. Warren

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