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Super Bowl media day, live on Shutdown Corner!

Doug Farrar
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NEW ORLEANS — We're at the NFL circus known as media day from the Superdome, and we'd like you to follow along. So check out out this live video stream of today's media madness all day long. The San Francisco 49ers will start their interviews at 11 a.m. ET, while the Baltimore Ravens begin theirs at 1:15 p.m. ET.

You'll see and hear from all the players and coaches from both teams ... plus, there will be a bunch of people walking around dressed like Fred Flintstone or Genghis Khan or various Kardashians (actually, the various Kardashians may actually be here), asking some very strange questions.

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