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Two of the league's most imposing inside linebackers both happen to wear No. 52.
Other than a few Kentucky Derbies and some success in various NCAA tournament office pools, my batting average in the world of predictions would make Davey Johnson recoil. The safest way to make any money on my picks, if you're into that sort of thing, is to go all-in the other way.
Bryant McKinnie stood in the middle of the Superdome and marveled at the spectacle that surrounded him.
Randy Moss strolled to the podium on Super Bowl media day _ his 49ers hat tilted slightly to the left, his sleeves rolled up high to reveal a cross tattooed on one arm, a large "R" tattooed on the other.
They look at the world upside down between their legs.
Of all the topics Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis wanted to talk about at Super Bowl media day, deer-antler spray probably was not on the list.
The dynamic, play-making wide receiver will be a primary focus for the Baltimore Ravens' secondary come Sunday at the Superdome. Crabtree is as dangerous after the catch as he is dodging defensive backs to make acrobatic catches or finding ways to keep both feet inbounds while tiptoeing the sideline.
Drew Brees wore gray sneakers to his first full day of Super Bowl-related appearances _ a wise move for an ambassador of a city who had to walk briskly from end to end of a sprawling convention center to make all of his scheduled stops.
The San Francisco 49ers never have tasted defeat in a Super Bowl, going 5-0. It's the most impressive mark for any franchise in the big game.