2014 media day big hit with fans and players alike
The Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks attended the annual Super Bowl Media Day today in Newark, New Jersey.
NEWARK- The Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks attended the annual Super Bowl Media Day today in Newark, New Jersey.
With hundreds of media in attendance, Seahawk cornerback Richard Sherman and Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning were the stars of the show.
After his "rant heard round the world" last week, even Sherman was impressed by the amount of cameras at the event.
"I see the Super Bowl is a huge event for the world, a lot of cameras, a lot of languages, a lot of countries, a lot of diversity. I love it."
Manning was asked again about his possible retirement, and said he hasn't thought a lot about it, but he's pretty sure his teammates have.
"I must have signed at least 10 jerseys for my teammates, which makes me think they think I probably should be out of here."
Media day is always a circus, and this year was no different. But if there was a theme from this year's media day, it was respect.
Both teams seemed confident, but they made it clear they know how good their opponent is as well.
Editor's Note: This story is credited to David Martin, Associated Press