Yes, Joe was at Super Bowl Media Day Tuesday. Here’s a handful of photos Joe took. And trust Joe, not only are more photos to come, so are loads of interviews Joe did with many NFL media movers and shakers and former players and coaches, one of which has a Super Bowl ring.
A look at the Superdome and nearby hotels, decked out for the Super Bowl.
A veteran’s memorial stands outside the Superdome.
In case anyone needed to be reminded, it was Media Day.
What it looks like from the other side of the cameras on the NFL Network set.
Niners guard Joe Looney is ready for Sunday.
An E! Network reporter tries to do a dance routine. Ravens players didn’t seem willing to join in.
See, NFL players, succumbing to an interview isn’t that bad.
God bless all the Latin networks.
Katherine Webb, Miss Alabama and significant other of A.J. McCarron, pays rapt attention to the words of Garrett Celek.
The great Artie Lange interviews Bruce Miller.
Someone is having way too much fun in her job.
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is back in that mob scene. Somewhere.
Joe’s good friend, “The Big Dog,” Steve Duemig, of WDAE-AM 620, broadcasts live from radio row at the Super Bowl media center.
Sometimes, the non-traditional media questions can make someone scream!
Wherever Katherine Webb went, a crowd followed. And why not?
Allie LaForce, of CBS Sports Network, seems amused by royalty from a Spanish-speaking network.
Joe wasn’t only male in the building drawn to Ines Sainz’s, ahem, feature.
Some reporters have pointed questions for certain players.
The one and only Chris “Mad Dog” Russo of SiriusXM Radio shares a laugh with Rich Eisen of the NFL Network.
Where is the voice of reason, Phil Mushnick?
The downtown Hyatt, directly across the street from the Super Dome, which had all its windows blown out during Hurricane Katrina.
Pat Kirwan, left, and Tim Ryan, co-hosts of one of the greatest radio shows in the free world, “Movin’ the Chains,” heard exclusively on SiriusXM NFL Radio, pay attention to what a guest has to say at radio row.