Super Bowl Media Day is a circus of 2,000 journalists trying to ward each other off to interview 70 or so players and coaches at a time. Some media personnel will do whatever it takes to make the interviewees notice them, and this year's edition in Indianapolis was no different.
Dressed in a leather helmet and vintage jersey, VH1 reporter Peter Meadows asked as many Patriots as possible which teammate was a real American Patriot. Aaron Hernandez's answer was Tom Brady. Meadows also asked Patriots if they preferred chowder or pizza, and he had many put on a red Patriots hat.
Fox Sports Radio personality Vic "The Brick" Jacobs' outfit is hard to decipher. It looks as if Jacobs just got off a direct flight from Mongolia. A fur hat and full-body green robe surrounds a black shirt with Asian characters on it. As for that red thing hanging from his neck ... an Indianapolis Chinese restaurant may be looking for its Chinese New Year's decorations.
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