Looking for an unheralded player who could make a big impact for the Steelers on Super Bowl Sunday? Look no further than the receiver position.
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 FB John Kuhn sat in the stands of Ford Field during Media Day prior to Super Bowl XL as an anonymous practice squad member of the Steelers.
Packers CB Charles Woodson has a chance to become just the fifth player ever to earn both a Heisman Trophy and Super Bowl MVP.
Brooklyn Decker is on hand to promote her movie, “Just Go With It,” and to quiz players on pop culture asking about the Jersey Shore, American Idol and just who is her leading man in her upcoming film (answer: It’s Adam Sandler).
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.
Posted: Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 | Craig Ellenport Tags: Super Bowl XLV,
Media Day here at Cowboys Stadium kicks off at 11 a.m. ET. Stick with NFL.com and NFL Network for blanket coverage (like the blanket of ice outside the stadium).
With so many media members at the Packers’ media session at their team hotel, why did nobody care to talk to Greg Jennings? Did he do something to get them mad?
We all have those Christmas presents that we don’t use. A tie rack, an automated coin sorter and any CD bought at Wal-Mart that edits out all the profanity. For the Steelers’ Brett Keisel, it is a razor his wife gave to him. From this side view, it is obvious that razor won’t be used.
When Super Bowl week officially kicks off Monday morning, fans will be bombarded with every bit of Super Bowl minutiae imaginable. So let’s get a jump on that with perhaps the most trivial of observations regarding the game. And here it is…