Super Bowl Media Day held in Newark

Festivities for the big game kicked off with a bang last night as fireworks illuminated the skies over the Hudson River.

News 12 reporter Jamie Stuart said that the largest media presence was found by Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman.

News 12 reporter Jamie Stuart said that the largest media presence was found by Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman. (1/28/14)

NEWARK, NJ - Broncos and Seahawks players and coaches made themselves available for questions from news outlets across the world during Media Day at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. today.

News 12 reporter Jamie Stuart said that the largest media presence was found by Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman.

Super Bowl XLVIII has been hyped as the NFL’s No. 1 offense from Denver against the league’s No. 1 defense in Seattle.

Media Day is usually held at the Super Bowl venue, but temperatures at MetLife Stadium are in the teens.  

The Super Bowl kicks off on Sunday, Feb. 2.

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