INDIANAPOLIS -- On Tuesday, Panini America made history of sorts by becoming the first NFL trading card manufacturer ever to attend a Super Bowl Media Day.
INDIANAPOLIS — On Tuesday, Panini America made history of sorts by becoming the first NFL trading card manufacturer ever to attend a Super Bowl Media Day.
That’s right, The Knight’s Lance was canvassing the congested Lucas Oil Stadium turf alongside sports media giants such as Rick Reilly (more on him later), Rich Eisen, Deion Sanders and even Grammy-nominated songstress Ciara in pursuit of juicy, telling or simply audible sound bytes from members of the New England Patriots and New York Giants.
The two videos that follow — one featuring the AFC Champion Patriots and the other focusing on the NFC Champion Giants — detail the results of our history-making maiden voyage into the sports media big time.
Enjoy. (Special thanks, as always, to the deft video production work of the esteemed Tom “The Ripper” Key.)
First, the Patriots . . .
Now, the Giants . . .