Here we go again. It's 12:15 p.m. local time in Arizona and the Seahawks are expected to take their spots at US Airways Arena any minute. We will be providing updates throughout again.
UPDATE 12:20 p.m. (MST): Seahawks enter to "Bittersweet Symphony" on the loud speakers and bellowing cheers of "SEA-HAWKS!" from the fans in the crowd.
Marshawn Lynch takes a seat at one of the smaller podiums and half the arena heads that direction.
Lynch begins the interview answering every question with some variation of the phrase, "I'm here so I won't get fined."
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The five main podiums, are filled by Bobby Wagner, Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman, Pete Carroll and a late arriving Earl Thomas.
UPDATE 12:29 p.m.: And just like that, he was gone.
Marshawn Lynch walks away from the interview after 5 minutes and earns a rousing cheer from the 12s in attendance.
UPDATE 12:35 p.m.: Richard Sherman leaves his podium to another rocking round of applause. Oh, wait. He just stepped down for a moment. He's back.
Meanwhile, media members surround Marshawn's empty spot, taking pictures of his absence and setting up video shoots to discuss his quick exit on camera.
Hundreds of pictures are snapped, long takes from shoulder-held television cameras focus in on an empty podium.
It is a shrine.
UPDATE 12:50 p.m.: It's Media Day, so questions can come from anywhere from anybody about anything.
This interviewer learned Russell Okung is a big fan of a certain TV show.
UPDATE 12:52 p.m.: Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is asked to name the "most Stanford" thing about himself.
"My degree," he says.
UPDATE 12:56 p.m.: A reporter asks Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson what NFL rules he would like to see changed?
"I wish everybody would stop fining my man Marshawn," he says.
UPDATE 1: 05 p.m.: Alvin Bailey gets the full Media Day treatment.
Some clown, literally a clown, has some fun with the backup offensive lineman.
Afterward, Bailey talked to Sports Editor Darrin Beene about what exactly was going on there.
UPDATE 1:15 p.m.: Former Seahawks fullback roams the crowd, giving hugs and taking selfies with his former teammates.
Many of the players have left their podiums and are walking among the masses.
"10 MINUTES, 10 MINUTES LEFT IN THE MEDIA SESSION," a voice on the loudspeaker proclaims.
UPDATE 1:21 p.m.: Staff writer Craig Hill, on the lookout for hard-hitting Media Day-type questions came back with this:
Reporter: "Are you more excited for the Avengers or Star Wars movie?"
Jermaine Kearse: "Star Wars."
UPDATE 1:25 p.m.: "THIS CONCLUDES MEDIA DAY!"
But wait, there's more.
A few bonus videos:
Pete Carroll discusses the one NFL rule he'd like to see changed:
And Earl Thomas talks about his favorite nickname in NFL history:
That's all for now. We'll be back on the blog with updates later today.