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Published February 1, 2013
Newsday's Neil Best: "Anyone thinking of going into public relations business should be forced to read pitches that invade sportswriters' inboxes Super Bowl week."
ESPN's Andrew Brandt: "Goodell is always reserved with non-revealing; counterpart De Smith is bombastic and willing to engage. Quite a contrast."
Yahoo Sports' Jason Cole: "Nice to hear @AlbertBreer refer to himself as just "Albert." Good to see reporters following the single-name trend."
SI.com's Richard Deitsch: "ESPN's TJ Quinn and Mike Fish are excellent reporters and deserve better than Bayless/Smith bloviating in the accompanying video."
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