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Super Bowl 2012 Media Day: The Best Photos From Super Bowl XLVI Media Day

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When was the last time you went to the circus? If you're like me, well, it's been a while. But this year, football fans traveling to Indianapolis for Super Bowl XLVI had the opportunity to go to a circus. Except in this case, it's just called Super Bowl Media Day.

Wigs. Costumes. Giants hats. Sometimes cheesheads. Sometimes reporters get bench-pressed. A lot happens at Media Day. We're still not sure exactly why.

Media Day at Lucas Oil Stadium was no different, except this time fans were able to pay $25 to witness it. There were some flashy new haircuts. Inez Sainz, Artie Lang, a fake Tom Brady and a couple people dressed in super hero costumes made an appearance. Victor Cruz danced, per the request of the Spanish-language media. And that of course led to some more dancing. Giants punter Steve Weatherford went into the stands to sign autographs. Like I said, a lot happens at Media Day.

Scroll down to check out some of the best photos from Tuesday's event.

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