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Metrodome officials adopt new NFL pat down procedure

The NFL is trying out an expanded pat-down rule for all fans entering stadiums this season. Security personnel are now including an ankle-to-knee area to their already waist-up screening.
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The NFL is trying out an expanded pat-down rule for all fans entering stadiums this season. Security personnel are now including an ankle-to-knee area to their already waist-up screening.

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