Maria Menounos is at Media Day, and you might be surprised to learn this isn’t her first rodeo. Not even close.
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See the best photos from the Giants’ Super Bowl XLVI Media Day session Tuesday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Standing about 10 feet away from the media crush surrounding Patriots superman Tom Brady, a less-robust gang of reporters saddled up to Nickelodeon’s Pick Man, who attempted to explain himself.
From where I’m standing, at the perimeter of the human mass surrounding Chad Ochocinco, a boom microphone is more valuable than gold.
Posted: Tuesday, January 31st, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Carson Palmer, Chris Ogbonnaya, Cleveland Browns, Dennis Allen, Greg Knapp, Montario Hardesty, New England Patriots, Oakland Raiders, Peyton Hillis, Rob Gronkowski
The Raiders have a new GM and head coach, but they’ll have the same QB with Carson Palmer already getting the nod as Oakland’s season-opening starter for 2012.
If there’s a “Worst Dressed List” at Super Bowl XLVI, Wes Welker has a nominee: his coach, Bill Belichick.
Maurice Jones-Drew, the NFL’s reigning rushing champion, dropped by Media Day in search of “the truth.”
If Ross Ventrone‘s on-again/off-again act with the Patriots ever ends, a second career is in the works.
The bulk of Media Day questions hurled at Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski concerned his left ankle, which he hurt during the AFC Championship Game two weeks ago and provides the only major injury storyline of this Super Bowl.
Apparently, the greatest challenge in Media Day is trying to get Bill Belichick to play along with your dumb comedy bits.
See the best photos from the Patriots’ Super Bowl XLVI Media Day session Tuesday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Tom Brady should be sitting at podium No. 10 on the field at Lucas Oil Stadium, but instead, he’s chillin’ in the lower deck behind the Giants’ sideline.
Thought we’d never make it to Lucas Oil Stadium, thanks to some tight security, but we’re coming to you live from what will be the Giants’ sideline five days from now.
We are now five days from the Super Bowl, and all I can think about is one for the thumb.
Justin Tuck and Mathias Kiwanuka made the long walk from their team hotel to “NFL Total Access” set Monday, fans fawning along the way. One NFL.com reporter was embedded in the Giants players’ entourage.