Super Bowl media day isn't much about football, but it's fun

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Another zany Super Bowl media day circus has come and gone. Here are Kam Chancellor Womens Jersey a few of the highlights, or lowlights, depending on how you look at it: 

Marshawn Lynch saved himself half a million bucks: Lynch walked in to the roar of the 12s in the stands at the U.S. Airways Center, sat down at his corner podium, did his required five minutes and left. 

And what did he say? “I’m just here so I don’t get fined,” Lynch said in some form 29 times before a timer he had went off telling him his five-minute obligation was over. And in so doing, he avoided a possible $500,000 fine by the NFL for not taking part in media day. 

A little less crazy: Maybe this is the difference in the Valley of the Sun and New York/New Jersey, but there seemed to be fewer comical costumes and crazy moments than a year ago on media day. 

Last year, one young woman was Earl Thomas Womens Jersey wearing a fishnet dress, which meant she, as Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman described, “was basically naked.” The closest we saw to that on Tuesday was some guy wearing a barrel, a cowboy hat, sneakers and that’s about it. 

And there was one guy in some sort of superhero costume with a P on it. I don’t know where it’s from and don’t care, but he did say it was his seventh media day. 

There also was one guy wearing a football helmet and shoulder pads with five mini-cameras mounted on them -- three on the helmet and one on each shoulder. I guess you could say he had every angle covered. 

Among the celebrities, two famous figure skaters -- Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir -- also were in attendance. 

You get the picture. This day isn’t Marshawn Lynch Authentic Jersey much about football.