The Patriots and the Giants meet the press at University of Phoenix Stadium at the Super Bowl Media Day on Tuesday, January 29.
Tom Brady addressed the media and answered all our questions on football, women and life as a Super Bowl veteran.
Media from around the world was there at Media Day, most of them wanting to talk to Mr. Brady.
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Country singer, American Idol contestant and now Tonight Show correspondent, Kellie Pickle was filing reports for Jay Leno.
Players are scattered every where in the stadium answering all kinds of questions from the press.
Here is what Media Day looks like inside the stadium.
Some people in the media do crazy things to get recognized by the players, including this guy from a Mexico TV station.
Head coach of the New England Patriots Bill Bellichek talks to the press.
Our own Joe Mac with Ms. Nevada--so why was she there? Who cares, Joe Mac gets to stand next to a pretty girl!
Even Kevin Frazier from Entertainment Tonight was there to hand out the ET Awards with one of the models from Deal or No Deal.
ET was here in Glendale capturing all the excitement of Super Bowl week.
the Deal or No Deal model was on hand to help pass out the Entertainment Tonight Awards. Tom Brady one the "Best Model" award with others being given out as well.
12-year veteran NFL Linebacker Larry Izzo from Rice
The Sports Mike's Michael Kossett and Joe Mac from XTRA Sports 910--the Valley's Sports Leader was on-site to cover media day.
Giants tight end Jerome Collins and running back Danny Ware (26)
Injured wide receiver Brandon London (82) and safety Michael Johnson (43) from the University of Arizona.
Another crazy TV reporter dressed in bridal gear tries to capture the attention of players (it worked!) and asks Tom Brady to marry her....he says no, but the TV reporter from Meixco gets all the attention.
Deon Sanders doing reports live from the press conference.
2nd-year defensive end Dave Tollefson from Northwest Missouri State.
New York running back Brandon Jacobs.
Quarterback Eli Manning is the center of attention on Media Day.
Tackle Kareem McKenzie. That's one big dude!
His brother is Peyton....
20-year veteran punter Jeff Feagles was born and raised in Phoenix. What a nice homecoming for Jeff.
Former Arizona State guard Grey Ruegamer.
Rookie cornerback Geoffrey Pope gets lots of attention on Media day.
Coach Tom Loughlin from the NY Giants chats with the media.
Star Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress.
The field looks great for the big game.
Defensive end Justin Tuck from Notre Dame.
Former University of Arizona linebacker Antonio Pierce.
Rookie linebacker from the renowned football factory Brown, Zak DeOssie.
Backup Giants quarterback Jared Lorenzen.
Kareem McKenzie gets a call on his cell while reporters are anxiously waiting to interview him.
New York guard Chris Snee.
2007 2nd-round draft pick Steve Smith from USC.
Safety Gibril Wilson from Tennessee.
Rookie tight end Michael Matthews who has filled in for the injured Jeremy Shockey.
Guard Na'Shan Goddard (70), tight end Marcus Freeman (49) and tackle Guy Whimper (79) mug for the camera.
Rookie running back Ahmad Bradshaw from Marshall.
Running back Brandon Jacobs.
Safety Michael Johnson.
Defensive end, and quarterback sacking machine, Michael Strahan.
Wide receiver Brandon London.
The crowd of press all trying to get the best interview!
Backup quarterback Anthony Wright from South Carolina.
Running back Kay-Jay Harris from West Virginia.
Defensive tackle Manny Wright (7) and tight end Jerome Collins (86) rest in the stands (or tires to avoid the press!).
Kay-Jay Harris shows off his stylin' shades.
Starting center Shaun O'Hara.
Strahan is a favorite amongst the media for his interviews and soundbytes.
Strahan also wins at Entertainment Tonight Award.
Strahan holds the record for most sacks in a season
Veteran guard David Diehl.
The football players turn the cameras on the press bringing their own cameras to Media Day.
Kelli Pickler special correspondent for the Tonight Show.
Running back Danny Ware sports the eye black.
Junior reporters where on site and asked questions (and got special treatment) of the players.
New York defensive tackle Fred Robbins.
Linebacker Tank Daniels fields questions from a young journalist.
Robbins and Whimper.
Anthony Wright takes the role of reporter and interviews teammate Fred Robbins.
Kellie Pickler gets a piggy back ride from a Giants player to get a real advantage at Media Day (and a different perspective).
Defensive tackle Russel Davis tries his hand at interviewing defensive tackle Jay Alford.
Veteran Giants cornerback R.W. McQuarters.
Tight End Marcus Freeman.
Guard/Tackle Brandon Torrey (78) and defensive tackle Manny Wright take a break.
Robbins and Wright pose for the XTRA Sports camera.
Danny Ware tries the reporter role.
Kelly Pickler succeeds in becoming the center of attention .