NEW YORK — The Super Bowl, which begins on Sunday, is going to be one of the most exciting games in the history of professional sports.

It is also going to happen in a way that could affect some people who play in it, and the Super Bowl will have a major impact on the way people think about training and competition, especially in the years to come.

The first of the preseason camp games will take place on Sunday in New Jersey, where the New England Patriots, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers will play at Gillette Stadium.

This is the first year in the Super 1-year history of the game that the preseason is open to the public, and there will be no restrictions on what teams can wear, or how they can interact with fans.

So far, it is clear that the Patriots and Cowboys will be the first two teams to wear full-court press uniforms, with the Panthers wearing a similar set of uniforms.

It’s not clear yet whether the Broncos will wear a similar uniform or have an alternate set of uniform options, but the two teams have been on a uniform-swap frenzy lately.

The Patriots and the Cowboys, along with the Carolina Panthers, are the only two teams who haven’t yet started training camp.

They’ll play on the first day of training camp on Sunday at 4 p.m.

ET in Foxborough, Mass., and there is no opening game date.