The NFL held a press conference to discuss security procedures surrounding Super Bowl XLVIII and sent the message that there will be an outsize presence from various law enforcement agencies at MetLife Stadium and around mass transit on Super Bowl Sunday.

Aaron Ford, head of the FBI’s Newark office, said that the agency was operating a 24-hour command center to monitor counterterrorism information. That will continue until the game, but New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton said that there have been no specific threats made against the game.

“Certainly, we’re keeping an eye on activities around the world, but as of this time, there are no threats directed against this event that we’re aware of,” Bratton said, via the Associated Press.