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Writers Take To Twitter To Critique Media Day TV Coverage
Published January 28, 2014
Ad Age's Michael McCarthy made note of several endorsement angles: "Love the warmup jacket that Peyton Manning is wearing at @SuperBowl #MediaDay. Nike must be loving the exposure. ... Marshawn Lynch won't talk 2 press But @giantspathanlon tells NFL Net he thinks he'll at least plug new endorsement w/Skittles."
One logistical issue that came up was a police escort for some media members from the arena back to their accommodations in N.Y. NFL.com's Judy Battista: "Police escort now has us going wrong way on a street in the city. Not sure how I'll go back to real life in NYC next week." The Houston Chronicle's John McClain: "With a police escort we made it from Media Day in Newark to our hotel n Manhattan n 30 minutes."