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Originally published January 9, 2008 at 12:00 AM | Page modified January 9, 2008 at 3:16 PM

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Seahawks' Brown to wear heated pants at Green Bay

Seahawks kicker Josh Brown says he'll wear heated warm-up pants in the freezing weather at Saturday's playoff game in Green Bay.

The Associated Press

SEATTLE — Seahawks kicker Josh Brown says he'll wear heated warm-up pants in the freezing weather at Saturday's playoff game in Green Bay.

Brown says he has equipped his pants with battery-powered heaters for the calves, thighs and hamstrings.

Brown told KIRO Radio that no matter how low the temperature drops his legs will be 75 degrees.

Brown says kickers, who spend most of the game on the sideline, have to work harder to stay loose in cold weather -- by walking around, practicing kicks or using heaters.

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