Super Bowl 2013 week is underway. For the next five days NFL fans will hear an earful of stories of how the Ravens and 49ers made it to Super Bowl XLVII, and the intriguing and inspiring stories behind some individual players’ personal journey, not just to this game, but throughout their lives.
And oh yeah, in case you didn't know - the Ravens and 49ers head coaches are brothers!
Okay, enough sarcasm.
Tomorrow, Jan. 29 is Super Bowl media day, and it is usually worth tuning in for.
Media day is the one event during Super Bowl week when the players from both sides have to be available to field questions from the press. Thousands of journalists, radio announcers and TV analysts from all over the world show up for this event and you can usually expect the unexpected.
From past moments like TV Azteca's Ines Gomez Mont showing up in a white wedding gown and asking Tom Brady to marry her in 2008, to an on field salsa dancing contest during the Super Bowl 43 media day, you just never know what will happen during media day at the Super Bowl.
According to Bleacher Report on Jan 28, all the media day action starts at 10:00 a.m. EST and runs until approximately 2:30 p.m. If you won’t be at home to catch all the action on NFL network, don’t worry, there are other options. NFL.com reported on Jan. 28 that media day can be seen streaming online as well as on the NFL Network.
That’s great news for NFL fans that may be at work or on the go. This way you can keep up with all the action online or from your smart phone.
Here is a look at the schedule breakdown for Super Bowl media day:
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
- 6:00 AM – NFL AM – LIVE
- 10:00 AM – Super Bowl Live
- 11:00 AM San Francisco 49ers Media Day – LIVE
- 1:15 PM Baltimore Ravens Media Day – LIVE
- 2:30 PM San Francisco 49ers Media Day – Re-Air
- 5:00 PM Baltimore Ravens Media Day– Re-Air