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Media Day in Pictures

Written by Dan Gigler on .

A collection of images from Media Day:

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Baby, it was really cold outside. 17 degrees, windchill near zero. Everything iced over.

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The scrum.

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Yes, it is as awesome up close as it looks on television.

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Troy Polamalu discusses the properties of Polamolecules with a throng of chemists.

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James Harrison talks about his weekly tea with Roger Goodell.

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Apparently, a few people wanted to talk to Ben Roethlisberger. Go figure.

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Whooooooop! Chris Berman and LaMarr Woodley.

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Mike Tomlin holds court.

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Still hoping to play.

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Starsky & Hutch? No. Bouchette & Dulac.

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No photograph can do justice to the enormity of JerryWorld.

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Doug Legursky got quite a bit of attention. Watch Warren Sapp discuss Legursky's ability to fill in for Maurkice Pouncey.

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Ross the Intern from the Tonight Show interviews practice squad member Dorian Brooks.

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Steelers endzone.

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Not a fan wearing an ironic jersey, but the actual guy.

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Script flipped. Issac Redman interviews a muy loco gentleman from Telemundo.

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Terry Bradshaw. Watch what he has to say about Ben Roethlisberger.

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Rod is God. Here he talks about his first Super Bowl.

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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.


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I knew it was you Fredo. You broke my heart! Steve Mariucci looking a bit like a Godfather II era Michael Corleone.

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Prime Time looking glum.

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Brian Billick looking like an English professor.

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Troy Aikman on the left; Maria Menounos on the right, and some dork in the middle.

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Jimmy Johnson attempts to convince Maria Menounos that Extenze really does work.

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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.

 

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