The Ladies of Super Bowl Media Day 2013

Mirella Grisales



Tuesday was Super Bowl media day, which means a bunch of clowns who know nothing about football get to ask NFL players dumb questions.

The NFL hands out more than 5,000 media credentials for this operation. Well-known football-focused powerhouses like Inside Edition get passes, for example. Meanwhile, ESPN shows up to ask guys how ticklish they are.

It’s a real focused, straight-forward affair that certainly has nothing to do with money.

The great thing about media day is this. There are always a few beautiful women on hand reporting for something like Kuwait TV or Channel 7 out of Buenos Aires. Do they know anything about football?


But they always make the place look better. Just last year we were introduced to Marisol González, a sports reporter for Televisa Deportes. That’s who you’re seeing above, by the way.

So, with that, let’s get on with this year’s crop.

(Photos: TBL)

About The Author

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

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