A collection of images from Media Day:
Baby, it was really cold outside. 17 degrees, windchill near zero. Everything iced over.
Yes, it is as awesome up close as it looks on television.
Troy Polamalu discusses the properties of Polamolecules with a throng of chemists.
James Harrison talks about his weekly tea with Roger Goodell.
Apparently, a few people wanted to talk to Ben Roethlisberger. Go figure.
Whooooooop! Chris Berman and LaMarr Woodley.
Mike Tomlin holds court.
Still hoping to play.
Starsky & Hutch? No. Bouchette & Dulac.
No photograph can do justice to the enormity of JerryWorld.
Doug Legursky got quite a bit of attention. Watch Warren Sapp discuss Legursky's ability to fill in for Maurkice Pouncey.
Ross the Intern from the Tonight Show interviews practice squad member Dorian Brooks.
Not a fan wearing an ironic jersey, but the actual guy.
Script flipped. Issac Redman interviews a muy loco gentleman from Telemundo.
Terry Bradshaw. Watch what he has to say about Ben Roethlisberger.
Rod is God. Here he talks about his first Super Bowl.
This expression is fitting because Warren Sapp was really kind of ornery to fellow media members. Watch him discuss Legursky's ability to fill in for Maurkice Pouncey.
I knew it was you Fredo. You broke my heart! Steve Mariucci looking a bit like a Godfather II era Michael Corleone.
Prime Time looking glum.
Brian Billick looking like an English professor.
Troy Aikman on the left; Maria Menounos on the right, and some dork in the middle.
Jimmy Johnson attempts to convince Maria Menounos that Extenze really does work.
On the way back: this road is typically bumper to bumper in mid-afternoon, as Dallas has some of the worst traffic in America. Not today. The entire city was shut down, and there were eighteen-wheelers and other vehicles abandoned all over the sides of the road.