Super Bowl 'opening day': a primetime media circus.
Super Bowl opening day will now be known as "Opening Day". It will also be broadcast in primetime tonight live on the NFL Network.
Every year the Super Bowl is preceded by a day of interviews, videos, and all things football coverage known as media day.
It's known as an opportunity for reporters to ask players and coaches questions about the upcoming championship game. It's ALSO known for some of the oddest and weirdest moments involving popular NFL personalities.
This year there will be some changes. The event will now be known as "Opening Day" and will be moved from Tuesday to Monday. It will also be broadcast in primetime tonight at 5:55 p.m. PST, live on the NFL Network.
To tell us a bit more about what this means for the big lead up to the championship Take Two's A Martinez spoke with Mike Tanier, lead NFL National writer for bleacher report.