With Media Day behind us, we're starting to wind down a bit and focus toward the game.
The players only have a total of 90 minutes of media duty left over the next four days; 45 minutes this morning and 45 minutes Thursday. Yesterday was an equivalent of their typical off day. They went to Media Day, which was an hour, then came back and relaxed. Some of the players, including Russell Wilson, went to the Celtics-Knicks game at Madison Square Garden.
Today's media festivities start with Pete Carroll at 7:15 a.m. Then, every player is available after that.
> John McGrath on Richard Sherman's Media Day.
> Dave Boling on Marshawn Lynch's Media Day.
> I wrote about surly Chris Clemons.
> Photos from Media Day.
> Super Bowl shirt sales have "exploded" for a Milton company.
> Denver kicker Matt Prater doesn't mind pressure.
> Some fans are on a cross-country Super Bowl trip.
> Danny O'Neil writes that the Super Bowl is Pete Carroll's shot at redemption.
> ESPN writes that Bobby Wagner is the rock of the Seattle defense.
> The Everett Herald wonders if this is the best Seahawks team in the history of the franchise.
> The 2006 Super Bowl left the Seahawks with regrets.
> Golden Tate says he wants to stay in Seattle.
> Peter King on Media Day.
> A toboggan run is ready to rock in Times Square.
> The Denver Post on Knowshon Moreno, a New Jersey native.
> Champ Bailey's thoughts on Richard Sherman.