More Super Bowl 2014 Media Day photos: From Regis to Marshawn
Super Bowl Media Day is, by all accounts, a spectacle. We spent several hours Tuesday documenting it.
Super Bowl Media Day is, by all accounts, a spectacle. And in case there is any doubt, we spent several hours Tuesday documenting it.
Yep, that's Randy Moss interviewing Wes Welker. The very same Randy Moss who loved the media during his playing days. Straight cash, homey, indeed.
Even Ravens and Steelers fans get along on Media Day.
Then there's this guy. Yes, we know, Welker's wig critic needs to brush up on his grammar. Still, the sentiment was funny.
This is accomplished actor Hank Azaria. He was milling about Media Day looking for players to interview. This makes perfect sense in no world.
Regis Philbin. That is all.
For Golden Tate, a GoPro wasn't enough. He also needed Google Glass.
Max Unger's beard had its own podium.
Turns out, Marshawn Lynch isn't a big talker.
"I’m just about action," he said Tuesday. "You say ‘hut’ and there’s action. All the unnecessary talk, it don’t do nothing for me. I appreciate that people want to hear from me, but I just go to work and do my thing. You feel me?”
Yes. Yes, we do.
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