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A Behind-The-Scenes Look At Super Bowl Media Day

A lot of people are over it, but it's surprisingly fun — for the players.

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In the back was a big screen split into five sections, projecting different interviews.

Members of the media had 60 minutes with each team and the Broncos went first, followed by the Seahawks an hour later.

The split screen mostly stayed on the guys who were given their own booth.

For the Broncos it was Demaryius Thomas, Peyton Manning, John Fox, Champ Bailey and Wes Welker. For the Seahawks it was Earl Thomas, Russell Wilson, Pete Carroll, Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor.

And some were just not having it at all.

Marshawn Lynch only talked to the media for a little over six minutes while standing off in the corner by himself. Only a couple reporters were able to cross the barrier and talk to him (Deion Sanders being one of them).

And it's sort of hard NOT to enjoy yourself when there are so many different personalities and characters around.

But the best part was seeing the players get into it.

Golden Tate wore a GoPro camera on his hat during the Seahawks session along with Google Glass and Broncos linebacker Steven Johnson brought a camcorder.

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