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ATL at the Super Bowl: Wednesday'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 Wednesday's experiences:

» For Patriots owner Robert Kraft, the passing of his late wife, Myra, has given this season "special purpose."

» Four-time Super Bowl champion Bill Romanowski had a few things to say about preparing for the biggest game of the season. Somebody better keep that man's hand filled with a smoothie at all times.

» Channing Crowder said from Radio Row on Wednesday that he's ready to return to the NFL. But as long as Jeff Ireland is still general manager, it won't be with the Dolphins.

» Take a moment with us to delve into the mind of Larry The Cable Guy.

» Steve Weatherford became a YouTube star with his expletive-laden celebration after the Giants clinched the NFC title. He knows he's an Internet star, and he’s glad it’s for a winning reason.

» Tom Coughlin is ready to move on. On Wednesday, he said he couldn’t imagine there was a question he hasn't been asked.

» As Bob Costas prepares to bring Super Bowl XLVI into millions of homes Sunday, the veteran broadcaster sees something special in this year’s Patriots-Giants rematch.

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