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Media tackles Super Bowl teams ahead of big game

Tuesday, Jan 28, 2014 - 01:13

Jan.28-Spectacle of Media Day highlights Super Bowl week in New Jersey. Jennifer Davis reports.

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Before the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks face off against each other in Sunday's Super Bowl... they had to face the media... many members of the media... (SOUNDBITE) WES WELKER, DENVER BRONCOS WIDE RECEIVER SAYING: "I love media day. Who doesn't love media day?" At a New Jersey arena, players and coaches were swamped by journalists from all around the world. Seattle Seahawks Cornerback Richard Sherman marveled at the crowd. (SOUNDBITE) RICHARD SHERMAN, SEATTLE SEAHAWKS CORNERBACK SAYING: "The Super Bowl is a huge event for the world. It's a lot of cameras. A lot of different languages. A lot of countries. A lot of diversity. I love it." This day is about football - with quarterbacks from both teams being asked about their feelings in advance of the big game. (SOUNDBITE) PEYTON MANNING, DENVER BRONCOS QUARTERBACK SAYING: "When you get here you can do the same things you've done to get to this point. Don't all of a sudden start doing something different." (SOUNDBITE) RUSSELL WILSON, SEATTLE SEAHAWKS QUARTERBACK SAYING: "My focus is on winning the game, being calm, and calling plays." But it's such a spectacle - with marching bands and costumed characters joining in the frenzy along with fans - that it even has the players pulling out their own cameras to capture the moment. (SOUNDBITE) RICHARD SHERMAN, SEATTLE SEAHAWKS CORNERBACK SAYING: "One second people. I want to take a picture of you guys, too." Super Bowl 48 kicks off Sunday night at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Media tackles Super Bowl teams ahead of big game

Tuesday, Jan 28, 2014 - 01:13

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