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Super Bowl Media Day Is Today. Here’s Where To Watch It.
Yeah, a lot of dumb things happen at Super Bowl media day every year. No one takes it seriously and a good number of the people there probably wish they weren’t – it’s true. But you know you’re not going to be able to resist following it anyway. You’ve got a soft spot for those wacky hijinks deep down, and just think how much Jim Harbaugh’s going to hate it!
And with that in mind, we figured it was our duty to point you in the direction of Media Day live coverage, because of course there’s live coverage of Media Day. The festivities – if that’s even the right word – begin at 11 a.m. when the 49ers take the stage, followed by the Ravens at 1:15. If you’re by a TV, NFL Network has live coverage.
And if you’re not by a TV – and let’s face it, if you’re reading this, it’s probably because you’re not – then you have a few options. One, nfl.com is streaming the thing here, promising “multiple cameras.” Additionally, Yahoo’s Shutdown Corner is live streaming the event as well, though that may just be the same stream the NFL uses. And if you’d like to bypass the video entirely but still get updates, you can find live blogs like these. Basically, if you want to experience Media Day in some form, you’ll probably have to work harder to avoid than to find it. Let’s get weird.
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