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Cowboys Stadium is seen in background Wednesday as FBI members, during media day, show some of the equipment and tools being used to protect the public for Sunday's Super Bowl XLV in Dallas, Texas. Associated Press

Fans checked outside Super Bowl, too

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DALLAS -- At this year's Super Bowl, even people stuck outside the stadium will get a pat-down from a security guard.

The 5,000 fans paying $200 to watch the game on big screens outside massive Cowboys Stadium will be subjected to the same security searches as the 100,000-plus who will watch the game inside on Sunday.

The six-figure attendance number presents the most unique challenge the NFL faces at this, the 10th Super Bowl since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

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