(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist John Harbaugh had just finished answering the masked man in front of him when a caped crusader from a children's network swooped in to ask how he really felt about his brother.
''I think that's a very provocative question from Nickelodeon,'' the Ravens coach said, not bothering to hide a smile. ''I'm a little disappointed because I've spent a lot of time watching your network with my daughter over the years.''
Silly stuff at media day for the Super Bowl. Nothing new about that, even if the humor has, by now, grown staler than a day-old French Quarter beignet.
There were no superheroes around younger brother Jim, while he grudgingly held court a short time earlier at a podium on the 43-yard-line of the Superdome. Probably too busy exploring the inner thoughts of Randy Moss or discussing tattoos with Colin Kaepernick.
Or maybe they just knew better than to get the San Francisco coach too wound up. Happened in Detroit last ...