Radio Row won’t stay quiet for long

Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco (right) talks with Randy Cross, Peter King and Bob Papa on SIRIUS Radio. (Ben Liebenberg / NFL.com)

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Radio Row inside the Super Bowl XLIV media center is quiet, for now. But it won’t stay that way for long. Day 3 of Super Bowl week always holds the promise of being big as all the names hit the room.

Making a quick Award Tour — one lap around the NFL Network set — weaving through marketing agents and radio producers, I saw former Raiders WR Tim Brown, former Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford (who NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora interviewed this morning; keep an eye out for that), the omnipresent Chad Ochocinco and Rich Gannon, who does SIRIUS Radio.

NFL Network’s Rich Eisen and Jamie Dukes are on the opposite end of a radio interview behind me. There’s a lot of media interviewing media that goes down here. Not to take part in shameless self-promotion for the site, but Rich is doing a video blog for NFL.com as part of his Super Bowl experience, and you’ll see it on the site later in the day.

– Frank Tadych

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