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Super Bowl 2014 Media Day highlights

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The mania that is Super Bowl Media Day came and went this week.

Every player and coach from the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks stepped in front of the large gathering of media to answer every and all questions.

Beginning with the NFC Champions, everyone was anxious for the appearance of cornerback Richard Sherman, who has recently asserted himself as one of the most outspoken players in the league. He once again apologized for his "mediocre" receiver comments about 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree and even introduced himself in Spanish.

The biggest highlight was the six minute appearance by running back Marshawn Lynch. "Beast Mode" was fined earlier this month for not speaking to reporters during the regular or post seasons. The man of few words had little to say before retreating from the Media Day frenzied crowds.

As for the Denver Broncos, quarterback Peyton Manning brushed off any questions surrounding his legacy, saying he's "not even 100% sure what that word even means."

Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie backed off his previous "retirement" comments, saying he would listen to any contract offers before making the decision. Earlier, the veteran said he was "almost positive" he would retire if the Broncos took home the Lombardi Trophy.

However, Media Day is most known for the unusual questions that emerge.

Some examples from Tuesday's festivities included who had the hottest wife in the locker room, had a player ever bitten anyone in a pileup, and who had the best hair.

The big game is set to kickoff from MetLife in Stadium at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday.  You can watch it right here, on FOX 35!

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