Peyton Manning had by far the largest crowd throughout the Media Day.
Cameras and microphones were all carefully checked by security on the way in to Media Day. Additionally, the NFL carefully coordinated which devices were allowed to use wireless frequencies.
Although wireless cameras or microphones were carefully coordinated, cell phones and tablets were not. As a result, it became much more difficult to send a Tweet or post a video over the cellular networks during the Media Day interviews.
This cyborg camera man was hired by the NFL to do a video about the media day experience.
Rocky the Leprachaun was in the front row of the stands for media day.
Seahawks receiver Golden Tate wears Google Glass and a GoPro to record his Media Day experience.
Wesley Woodyard and Danny Trevathan pose for a selfie at Media Day. Peyton Manning also stopped to pose for a selfie on his way out.
In addition to microphones, each player's position also included a mounted video camera. While the Seahawks were taking questions, employees also used handheld audio recorders to capture the conversation.
Regis Philbin was quite animated as he met reporters before Media Day began.
7NEWS Sports Anchors Lionel Bienvenu and Arran Andersen were quite popular because of their Broncos-colored suits.
Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson, like Peyton Manning of the Broncos, was among the featured interviews.
Former Bronco Mark Schlereth was at Media Day for ESPN.
Notes from Newark children were left on the tables for the media during a lunch break between the Broncos and Seahawks appearances.
John Clayton, a National Football League writer and reporter for ESPN, was among the crowd.