As Rich Eisen said this morning on NFL GameDay, today just happens to be the nicest day all week. Good omen? Let’s hope so.
Several current members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, including Warren Moon, are here to see who will join them as members of the Class of 2011.
DALLAS — Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has been like a proud father this week. He was hoping, of course, that his team would be playing a home game in Super Bowl XLV, but he has been making the rounds all week basking in the excitement of hosting the game in majestic Cowboys Stadium.
DALLAS — As VP of Officiating at the NFL for nine years, Mike Pereira was not exactly in position to be predicting the outcome of the games. Influencing the outcome, perhaps (just kidding, folks), but not predicting.
Still early, but the scene at Radio Row is heating up. Already spotted: Eric Dickerson, Miles Austin, Drew Brees, Dick Vermeil, Cowboys cheerleaders… and Bugs Bunny.
So is Brett Favre rooting for the Packers in Super Bowl XLV? That question was posed to NFL Network’s Steve Mariucci during a live chat Wednesday morning on NFL.com.
Steelers WR Hines Ward chats with Cowboys legend Tony Dorsett after Pittsburgh’s media session ended.
Steelers DE Brett Keisel is the first to admit: “The beard is getting a little too much attention this week.”
Just a few people on hand to chat with Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger.
Packers CB Charles Woodson has a chance to become just the fifth player ever to earn both a Heisman Trophy and Super Bowl MVP.
A.J. Hawk dons the cheesehead
This is probably the most media attention Packers backup QB Matt Flynn has had in his career.
Packers DE Cullen Jenkins was asked about his post-NFL career plans, and the Central Michigan grad said he was an education major in college.
NFL Network is live now at Media Day, with Rich Eisen, Marshall Faulk, Rod Woodson and Deion Sanders.