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January 28, 2014 at 5:46 PM

Tuesday at the Super Bowl: Media Day

While some say Media Day at the Super Bowl is just a show, our team in New Jersey was once again quite productive.

- The biggest story was Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch. He is known for his lack of enthusiasm about speaking to the media, so Media Day obviously wasn’t something he was interested in. Lynch spoke for just over six minutes, and left everyone wanting just a bit more.

Percy Harvin sounded like he was confident he was 100 percent and was ready to play a big role in Sunday’s game. Fellow wide receiver Golden Tate was quite the attraction. He wore Google Glass and had a GoPro camera attached to his hat while talking about many topics, one being his impending free agency.

General manager John Schneider admitted to praying that Russell Wilson fell to the Seahawks in the 2012 NFL Draft.

Linebacker Malcolm Smith commented on his interception in the NFC Championship Game, while defensive coordinator Dan Quinn acknowledged his team has their hands full in defending Peyton Manning.

Here is what head coach Pete Carroll and fullback Derrick Coleman had to say at Media Day, too.

- Joshua Mayers is covering the Broncos for us this week. His first day on the job in New Jersey was obviously the most hectic one in terms of coverage. Here’s are notes he gathered from the Broncos’ portion of Media Day on Tuesday morning.

Here are our stories for Wednesday’s paper from New Jersey:

Here’s our featured media from the day:

Here’s a few more pictures from Genevieve’s Twitter account.

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