Media Day at Super Bowl XLVI


At the early Super Bowls, if someone in the media wanted access to a player or coach, he (or very infrequently she in those days) would go hang out at the team’s hotel and maybe catch a player relaxing by the pool. The NFL later decided to set aside one day at which access to every player and coach on the roster would be guaranteed. From that decision, a circus arose that is now called Media Day. KTBB and ESPN’s Bill Coates takes a look at Media Day 2012 at Super Bowl XLVI.

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