The city of Indianapolis is waiting and watching the labor progress as the NFL lockout continues. The Super Bowl XLVI is scheduled to take place in February 2012 in Indianapolis. The residents of Indianapolis, the innocent bystanders in this labor mess, are counting on a league that is unreliable at the moment. They're excited about having the Super Bowl and they want to put on a great show and have the game return to the city in the future, and for good reason. The NFL estimates the Super Bowl has an economic impact of as much as $400 million. "It's our intention to be here and play a full season and we look forward to concluding the 2011 season here in Indianapolis," commissioner Roger Goodell said.
Indianapolis Waiting And Watching Labor Progress