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Marshawn Lynch had to sit through another five-minute session with the media today. As expected, he didn't have anything to say—"You know why I'm here" was his go-to answer for the day—and oh man did that get under the skin of the grown men who, for some reason, continue to ask him questions.
Seeing as how Lord Belichick inadvertently revealed the nature of one of his Horcruxes today, we thought now would be a good time to try and figure out what items house the other six pieces of his sundered soul. These are our guesses, and please feel free to share your own in the comments.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch made an appearance at Super Bowl Media Day today so as to avoid getting fined. In the video above, you can see him respond to 25 straight questions with the same answer, "I'm here so I won't get fined."
Thanks to the half-serious circus that is Super Bowl Media Day, someone persuaded extremely tall fifth-grader Rob Gronkowski into reading a line from A Gronking To Remember, the Gronk-themed erotica that surfaced on Amazon earlier this month.
Marshawn Lynch hates talking to the media. Hates it. He's skipped enough appearances this season that the NFL threatened him with a six-figure fine if he didn't speak at yesterday's Media Day. Lynch took the podium for just six unconstructive minutes, before retreating behind the scenes. Now the Pro Football Writers…
Marshawn Lynch is known for being a bit reclusive and wary of speaking to the media, but Deion Sanders was able to corner him for a few minutes of screen time on NFL Network today. Things got off to a good start; Lynch just replied, "smooth" when Sanders asked him how he was feeling. "You look good," Sanders…
Super Bowl Media Day is a circus, and the mass of "journalists" allowed to ask questions inevitably results in events like this, when Richard Sherman is asked a question about how to prevent girls from becoming strippers.
There is nothing more predictable than TV Azteca reporter Ines Sainz attending Media Day, except maybe a rush of other reporters commenting on how Ines Sainz is attending Media Day. To illustrate how she's only there for attention, a large number of these reporters either pose for photos with her, or surreptitiously…
I'm sure there's no way this quote, about being an underdog, will ever be taken out of context. Like we just did, for example.
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and the blogosphere to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
First day of Super Bowl media overkill has ended as has the usefulness of Marshall Faulk's shirt. Did he take too much 5-hour energy before hand or something?
All journalists covering Media Day are in the same boat. Everyone shares time and resources with everyone else to the benefit of all involved. Sorry, but that's not the way Chris Berman operates.
There are several key storylines that will beaten into the ground by everyone who covers the Super Bowl over the next week. We will beat them down even further.