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It's Media Day in New Orleans. You know what that means: starved reporters peppering superstar players with inconsequential questions. The players answered the organized mayhem with some reaction on Twitter. Here's the highlights:
Tarell Brown (49ers CB) @TarellBrown25
Niners nation stand up. Who is coming down to NOLA? #SB47 #49ers #MediaDay
Chad Hall (4(49ers WR) @chadhall16
Media Day. Got on Telemundo, won #insider award 4 best #hashtagger #49ers #questforsix #NINERS #SF #SB47 #SUPERBOWL pic.twitter.com/OmZKE91D
Navorro Bowman (49ers LB) @NBowman53
Feelin the love from the #NINERNATION right now #LETSGO #NFL #49ERS #BESTFANSONEARTH #SUPERBOWL
Vernon Davis (49ers TE) @VernonDavis85
Leaving media tour. http://mob.li/_yWhSr
Perrish Cox (49ers CB) @pcox16
Posted in the locker room #superbowl http://instagr.am/p/VEsxYbBzMi/
LaMichael James (49ers RB) @LaMichaelJames
If I don't shine you won't see
Torrey Smith (Ravens WR) @TorreySmithWR
Terrell Suggs (Ravens LB) @untouchablejay4
Just Clownin around on Media Day. pic.twitter.com/XQ7rwg5E
Bernard Pierce (Ravens RB) @BPierce_30
Media day bout to b wild
Kelechi K Osemele (Ravens OG) @KOsevendeuce
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