Reminder: ‘Super Bowl Media Day’ is Now ‘Media Night’
It seems that the nation has one more does of Monday Night Football.
The jerseys will still be worn, but helmets and shoulder pads will be left in the locker room waiting for Sunday night.
Media Day for Super Bowl 50 will take place at an unusual time this season, as it'll be the first time that the players' annual meeting with the media will happen during prime time.
The NFL sure knows how to capitalize in any sort of television marketing campaign revolving around the Super Bowl and the league is labeling this prime time televised event "Super Bowl Opening Night."
Hundreds of media members from around the world will fill the SAP Center in San Jose, CA to ask members of the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers what their favorite colors are or what toppings Peyton Manning likes on his Papa John's Pizza.
There will be no Marshawn Lynch, but that doesn't mean the media wont ask Cam Newton about his pants.
Watch Super Bowl Opening Night tonight at 8 p.m. on NFL Network.
Also: stream the event here.