Super Bowl fever is starting early.
The NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee brought the Super Bowl Huddle Tour to Union Square Thursday.
It gave football fans a chance to see what training is like for NFL players or to test their throwing arm in the "snowflake toss."
Fans could also see what it's like on the other side of the ball, trying out their skills as a referee.
"They got the Lombardi Trophy that they're going to have for the Super Bowl next year," said one attendee. "And I'm all about athletics. I'm all about staying in shape. I'm all about having a good time. So I just wanted to see what was going on, and it's pretty cool. I like this."
The Huddle Tour will make stops throughout the area leading up to the Super Bowl.
To see the full schedule, go to jointhehuddletour.com.