Super Bowl Media Day Madness

Salsa-dancing athletes, bicep-flexing players and cross-dressing reporters were on tap for media day madness in Tampa where the two Super Bowl contenders met up ahead of the Big Show on Sunday.

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Show me your guns! The Cardinals' Bertrand Berry flexes his bicep for Ines Sainz of "TV Azteca" during Super Bowl XLIII media day at Raymond James Stadium on Jan. 27, 2009 in Tampa Bay.
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The Steelers' head coach Mike Tomlin, currently the youngest coach in the NFL, jokes with his players before their group photo.
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Cardinals' Matt Leinart and Karlos Dansby make sure to capture the spectacle on film to preserve their memories of the media day madness.
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Steelers' safety Tyrone Carter dips Renee Sapp during a salsa routine.
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Could leap frog be the new warm up? The Cardinals' Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie catches some air as he hops over teammate Ralph Brown.
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The Steelers' Roy Lewis turns the spotlight on the cameraman while being interviewed during media day.
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Pittsburgh QB Big Ben chuckles in reaction to a question during the team's media day.
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Cardinals' WR Early Doucet gives reporter Sarah Spain a friendly chest bump mid-interview.
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We have lift off! Cardinals' DE Antonio Smith surprises "Inside the NFL" reporter Jenn Brown during an interview.
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It's good! Arizona punter Ben Graham predicts that the Cards will knock in some points.
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The Steelers' WR Hines Ward said that the sunny weather in Tampa was the first time he'd seen the sun since October.
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The media swarms Steelers players for interviews.
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Steelers' DE Orpheus Roye makes a video of himself... to put on his Myspace page, perhaps?
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Cardinals DT Alan Branch impresses the crowd with his moves with Renee Sapp.
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Cardinals' Alex Shor is interviewed by a cross-dressing reporter from Telemundo Sports.
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All eyes are on Kurt. Will the Cardinals' veteran QB lead his team to victory?
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