Ickey Woods (far right) shows off his famous dance to reporters as Lewis Billups and David Fulcher join in on the fun. Woods ran for 79 yards in a 20-16 loss to the 49ers in Super Bowl XXIII.
The media attempts to talk with Redskins running back John Riggins at Super Bowl XVIII Media Day in Tampa. The game turned into a nightmare for Riggins and his teammates, who lost to the Raiders, 38-9.
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Colts Pro Bowlers Jeff Saturday, Marvin Harrison, Peyton Manning, Reggie Wayne and Tarik Glenn pose during Media Day before Super Bowl XLI in Miami.
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San Francisco cornerback Deion Sanders answers questions during Super Bowl XXIX Media Day in Miami. Prime Time had one interception in San Francisco's 49-26 victory over San Diego.
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Bengals rookie Cris Collinsworth answers questions before Super Bowl XVI. The wide receiver would go on to catch five passes for 107 yards in a losing effort.
Ravens' defensive lineman Tony Siragusa meets reporters on Media Day at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, site of Super Bowl XXXV.
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Reporters talk to Raiders defensive end John Matuszak at the New Orleans Airport Hilton in Kenner, La., before Super Bowl XV. Oakland defeated Philadelphia 27-10.
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Jim McMahon is the center of attention at Super Bowl XX Media Day in New Orleans. The Bears ran roughshod over the Patriots, 46-10, and McMahon finished the day with 12 completions for 256 yards.
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Buffalo Bills players leave a grandstand cheering during Super Bowl XXV Media Day. They weren't cheering a few days later as they fell to the Giants, 20-19, before 73,813 fans at Tampa Stadium.
Walter Payton and Calvin Thomas relax as they talk to reporters during Super Bowl XX Media Day.
Packers wide receivers coach Gil Haskell poses with receivers Don Beebe (82), Bill Schroeder (84), Terry Mickens (85), Antonio Freeman (86), Derrick Mayes (80), and Robert Brooks (87) at Super Bowl XXXI Media Day.
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Members of the New York Giants play around on a tractor during Super Bowl XXXV Media Day in Tampa. The Giants wound up going home disappointed as they were beaten by the Ravens, 34-7.
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Ricky Nattiel, Vance Johnson and Mark Jackson (aka - The Three Amigos) pose for a picture at Super Bowl XXII Media Day in San Diego. The Broncos were crushed by the Redskins, 42-10.
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Redskins defensive end Charles Mann compares muscles with MTV's Julie Brown at Super Bowl XXVI Media Day in Minneapolis.
Joe Montana answers questions at Super Bowl XIX Media Day at Stanford Stadium. The 49ers defeated the Dolphins 38-16, led by Montana's 331 passing yards and three touchdowns.
A relaxed Doug Williams fields questions during Media Day for Super Bowl XXII in San Diego. The quarterback led the Redskins to a 42-10 victory over Denver.
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New England Patriots reserves Tom Ashworth, Setema Gali and Arthur Love watch from the stands as teammates speak to the media before Super Bowl XXXVI in New Orleans.
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TV Azteca reporter Ines Sainz measures the bicep of Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Steve Breaston during Super Bowl XLIII Media Day.
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is filmed by teammate Anthony Poindexter during Super Bowl XXXV Media Day in Tampa.
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(Left to right) The Steelers' Brett Keisel, Ryan Clark and Hines Ward, along with the Packers' Clay Matthews, all wore a Troy Polamalu wig for media day prior to Super Bowl XLV.
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Antoine McClain of the Baltimore Ravens plays rock, paper, scissors during Super Bowl XLVII Media Day in New Orleans.
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Patriots receiver Bam Childress danced a few steps with reporter Marisol Gonzalez during Super Bowl XLII Media Day.
TV analyst Deion Sanders interviews Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald during Media Day for Super Bowl XLIII.
Marisol Gonzalez of Televisa interviews the New York Giants during the 2012 Media Day in Indianapolis.
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Packers quarterback Brett Favre talks to reporters in his shades during Super Bowl XXXI Media Day. Favre threw for 246 yards and two touchdowns in Green Bay's 35-21 win over New England.
Saints guard Na'Shan Goddard bench presses a reporter during media day for Super Bowl XLIV.
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