Super Bowl Media Day: Baltimore Ravens Soak Up Attention, Field Tough Questions [PHOTOS]

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  • Anquan Boldin Ravens
    Baltimore wide receiver Anquan Boldin is making his second appearance in the Super Bowl. He last played in Super Bowl XLIII with the Arizona Cardinals, when they fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2009. Boldin had eight catches for 84 yards in a 27-23 loss. Reuters
  • Joe Flacco
    Quarterback Joe Flacco has led the Ravens to the second Super Bowl in franchise history. Thus far, the 28-year-old has doubled his career postseason touchdown passes, and has put himself in line for a major pay increase. Reports speculate the future free agent will seek a $100 million contract. Reuters
  • John Harbaugh
    Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh snapped a few pictures during Media Day Tuesday. Harbaugh will match wits with his brother John, the first time sibling coaches have faced each other in a Super Bowl. In five seasons, Harbaugh has gone 54-26, and has guided the Ravens to the postseason every year. Reuters
  • Terrell Suggs Ravens
    Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh and linebacker Terrell Suggs clown around during the team photo Tuesday. Suggs made a miraculous recovery from a torn Achilles tendon, returning in Week 7. Last year, Suggs was named to the All-Pro and Pro Bowl teams. Reuters
  • Ed Reed Ravens
  • Ray Lewis Ravens
    Many tried to emulate Baltimore Ray Lewis' dance moves Tuesday, including Entertainment Tonight reporter Rocsi Diaz. Lewis announced before the playoffs that he will retire when the season ends. The 37-year-old led the Ravens to their last Super Bowl victory in 2001 and was named MVP. Reuters
  • Torrey Smith
    Receiver Torrey Smith overcame the death of his brother earlier this season to lead the Ravens with eight receiving touchdowns. In five career postseason games, Smith has 13 receptions for 289 yards and five touchdowns. Reuters
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Super Bowl Media Day is typically a fun time for reporters and players.

As they prepare for the San Francisco 49ers Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens were swamped with questions and flashing cameras Tuesday at the Mercedes Superdome in New Orleans.

Quarterback Joe Flacco certainly looked like he enjoyed all of the attention, while linebacker Ray Lewis soaked in what will be his final Super Bowl.

Safety Ed Reed stirred up some controversy with his comments on concussions, especially when he spoke about Hall of Famer Junior Seau’s recent suicide and what caused it.

Head coach John Harbaugh als reveled in all of the hype, as he gameplans against his brother Jim.

If successful, the Ravens will capture their second Super Bowl in franchise history.

Check out the highlights in the following slideshow.

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