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PHOTOS: Day 2 of KHQ's Super Bowl coverage, including Media Day

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KHQ is in Arizona all week to cover the Seahawks taking on the Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX!.

While Sunday is shaping up to be fun, our reporters also look forward to Tuesday, because it's Media Day. It's their chance to talk with some of the players and coaches, as well as mingle with fellow journalists from around the country. 

Russell Wilson. Pete Carroll. Tom Brady. Marshawn Lynch not getting fined by fulfilling the bare minimum requirement of talking to the media. It's all here. Enjoy all of Day 2 of KHQ's "Soaring with the Seahawks" coverage in the photos above. 

Day 1 was filled with a lot of settling in and getting the lay of the land. To check out photos from Day 1, click HERE.

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