Sports Nut

When Media Day Goes Prime Time

More glitz, more splash, all the same silliness.

Media Day has been a highlight of Super Bowl week for decades and has become a showcase for celebrity interviews, publicity stunts, and even marriage proposals. This year, in celebration of Super Bowl 50, the NFL decided to capitalize on its popularity, moving it into prime time and giving it three hours of live coverage on the NFL Network. Deion Sanders played the role of roaming reporter, there was a whole crew of analysts, and there was even a halftime show.

Here’s how it turned out: