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Super Bowl 2013 Media Day: Players, coaches meet the press

Media Day for Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans is finally here. Follow along with all the fun from the Super Dome.

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Super Bowl to be seen from all angles

CBS and the NFL are all about showing fans the ultimate view, and they believe that will happen with the myriad angles provided.

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Pitta happy about Caldwell replacing Cameron

The Ravens tight end is happy to be in the Super Bowl, and attributes a gutsy move by John Harbaugh for much of the opportunity.

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Media day on acid

Attending my first media day, I got to watch another reporter trip on acid.

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Media Day 2013: What just happened?

Alex Smith played it low key on Super Bowl Media Day in New Orleans, but Randy Moss and Terrell Suggs had more fun with it. Let's take a look back at a few highlights from the chaos.

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Oher sick of movie talk, ready for game

Baltimore Ravens tackle Michael Oher just wants to talk about football.

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Super Bowl media day video recap

David Fucillo of Niners Nation was covering Media Day at Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans. With a camera in his hand and plenty of sights and sounds to take in, here's Fooch's thoughts on Tuesday's event. Commentary covers Randy Moss's turn at the mic, Terrell Suggs stealing the show personality wise, the odder sights of Tuesday, and what's next for Niners Nation's coverage plans on Wednesday.

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49ers DL coach Jim Tomsula at media day

David Fucillo is in New Orleans covering Super Bowl XLVII for SB Nation. On Tuesday at the San Francisco 49ers media day session, Fooch got a few minutes with D-Line coach Jim Tomsula. Among questions asked by Fooch: What's up with the chest hair hanging out on the sidelines? Stay tuned for more interviews, previews and coverage from down in New Orleans.

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Dixon interview at 49ers media day

David Fucillo is in New Orleans covering Super Bowl XLVII for SB Nation. On Tuesday at the San Francisco 49ers media day session, Fooch got a few minutes with running back Anthony Dixon. Stay tuned for more interviews, previews and coverage from down in New Orleans.

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Flacco backtracks after "bad choice of words"

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is backtracking after calling the idea of a cold-weather Super Bowl "retarded."

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Send in the clowns

With more than 5,000 members of the press credentialed, Super Bowl Media Day brings out the best in the business.

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Lewis refuses to address banned substance report

Ray Lewis is back in the Super Bowl and commanded possibly the largest crowd in Media Day history.

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Flacco: Focus on basics

The Ravens quarterback says the glitz and distractions of Super Bowl week must be minimized as much as possible.

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Alex Smith talks about getting benched

During the 49ers Media Day, Alex Smith was not given a podium and was forced to answer repeated questions about his benching.

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Katherine Webb in the house

Why wouldn't Katherine Webb be part of Super Bowl Media Day?

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Kaepernick endures dumb questions

The 49ers quarterback is having a great week at the Super Bowl, but it comes with a few needless hoops to jump through.

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Alex Smith not thinking about release

Smith is expected to be a hot commodity in the offseason, whether that's on the trade or free agency market.

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Randy Moss says 49ers 'determined' to win

The veteran gave his thoughts on the young and eager 49ers squad at media day on Tuesday.

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Alex Smith, the loneliest man at Media Day

"People think being alone makes you lonely, but I don't think that's true. Being surrounded by the wrong people is the loneliest thing in the world."

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