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ATL at the Super Bowl: Thursday's musings

"Around the League" is at Super Bowl headquarters in Indianapolis, wandering Radio Row, the media center, and mingling with players and celebrities in town for the big game. And, of course, we've got you covered with the latest notes on the Patriots and Giants. This is what came out of Thursday's experiences:

» Madonna is officially in the house, ladies and gentlemen, and she caused quite a scene at Radio Row.

» What do Drew Brees and J.J. Watt have in common? Nothing we know of, except they're both the main subjects of this blog post.

» Lions coach Jim Schwartz wasn't too happy with Warren Sapp's criticism of defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, and Schwartz defended his young player.

» Thursday featured the arrival of two iconic former NFL coaches, Dick Vermeil and Marv Levy, to Radio Row. Good stuff.

» There was a Ryan Leaf sighting in Indianapolis during Super Bowl week. Can you believe it? If not, we have the proof right here.

» Hall of Famer Joe Montana, winner of four Super Bowls and MVP of three of them, believes Tom Brady belongs in the greatest QB of all time discussion.

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