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A Super Bowl XLVII media day guide with photos, videos, tweets and more
Bobby Bonett, Digital First Media
Updated: 01/29/2013 12:22:32 PM MST
A Super Bowl XLVII media day guide with GIFs, videos, tweets and more
Super Bowl media day takes place each season the Tuesday before the big game. Track all of the shenanigans from New Orleans live through GIFs, videos, tweets, quotes and must-read articles. (Newest items appear at the top. Refresh periodically for updates.)Media dayKatherine Webb spotted (11:14 a.m. ET)Screenshot from a Vine video, via @chris_straussMedia awaits arrival of Jim Harbaugh (10:59 a.m.)via @timkawakami Monday, Jan. 28Ed Reed not "so sure" Ray Lewis will retireRay Lewis has said that he will retire at ...
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