Feb 1, 2012 2:54 AM by Lee Douglas
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Forget the women in short skirts salsa dancing, and the guys dressed as super heroes. There was actually a little bit of relevant football talk during the NFL sideshow known as Super Bowl Media Day.
New England's Rob Gronkowski received a lot of attention. The Patriots record-setting tight end says he's working diligently with the team's trainers on the high ankle sprain that's kept him off the practice field since the Pats' victory over Baltimore in the AFC title game. He says he's taking it "day to day."
The Patriots and NFC champion New York Giants had the afternoon off after meeting with the media in Lucas Oil Stadium, where they'll play Super Bowl 46 on Sunday.