Welcome to Media Day in Phoenix. We are on site and will be posting photos and video as the day progresses.
The Patriots are about to come out and answer questions. It is definitely a mad house in here, with media from around the world and fans anticipating the AFC champions arrival.
UPDATE 10:32 a.m. (MST): Patriots come out to a large cheer. Darrelle Revis, stationed with NFL Network's Deion Sanders, is the first to arrive at his podium.
Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, Vince Wilfork and Rob Gronkowski are the other main attractions and slow to make their way out.
Other Patriots players file in in single file and mingle with the media on the floor.
"LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, THE PATRIOTS MEDIA DAY SESSION HAS BEGUN!"
UPDATE 10: 40 a.m.: When asked about comments he made earlier in the week about injuring former teammates Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas in the Super Bowl, Patriots cornerback Brandon Browner says, "I meant no hard feelings."
He says he's just a competitor. When asked again, he shoots back, "I just answered that question!"
UPDATE 11:07 a.m.: Ran into a few Northwesterners in the stands.
Marty Enhat and Josh Kinyon from Puyallup took in the spectacle from the stands.
Both men wore Seahawks jerseys, with Enhat sporting an official Seahawks helmet. Underneath the lid, he had a shaved logo and 12 on each side of his head.
The men said they did not have tickets yet for Sunday's Super Bowl, but were hoping to buy some if the prices dropped later in the week.
They said they were staying with family here in Arizona, and just glad to take in all the action.
“I hope they keep talking about soft balls all week,” Enhat said. “But those soft ball did not make the Colts unable to tackle.”
UPDATE 11:20 a.m.: A SeaGal cheerleader asks Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis who's the better dancer, him or Richard Sherman?
"I don't dance," Revis says. "So I give that to Sherman."
Revis had more to say about Sherman.
"We had a Twitter beef ... in the offseason," he said. "We tried to link up and do charity work. We are probably going to try to continue to do that."
When asked about quarterback Russell Wilson, Revis was also complimentary.
"He has the will to win," he said. "He is a special player."
UPDATE 11:33 a.m.: Brandon Browner, asked about Pete Carroll, gushed about his former coach.
"He's unlike any coach I've ever had," he said. "The ultimate players coach. There isn't music playing through practices where I am now.
"Pete, he's got a way of getting his point across. I've never seen him chew anyone out."
UPDATE 11:37 a.m.: "LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, THAT CONCLUDES THE PATRIOTS MEDIA DAY SESSION!"
We will be back with more from the Seahawks.