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Selfies, selfies everywhere

As is tradition on Super Bowl Media Day, the Patriots met swarms of reporters from around the world at the U.S. Airways Center in downtown Phoenix on Tuesday. During the hour-long session, they faced everything from serious questions to wacky challenges. While the cameras were on them the whole time, a few players decided to turn the tables by snapping their own photos and putting a personal stamp on the experience. 

Zach Moore started a sunny day in Phoenix with a quick selfie. 

Akeem Ayers, Darius Fleming and Daxton Swanson also posed for a photo before facing the crowds of reporters.

LeGarrett Blount gathered teammates Dont'a Hightower, Brian Tyms, Brandon Bolden and Shane Vereen for a quick snap in the middle of the chaos. 

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Pats Selfie!!!

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Julian Edelman captured the huge crowd of reporters eager to talk to him. 

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Too many questions #mediaday

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Jonathan Casillas also tried to show fans the media frenzy that took over the basketball arena.

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Media Day #SB49 #Patsnation #PoV52

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Shane Vereen paused from interviews to give buddy James Develin a shout-out on Instagram.

A smiley Sealver Siliga showed that he hasn't forgotten his roots. He paid tribute to his alma mater with this Media Day snap.

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Repping my Utes!! #utah @utahfootball #mediaday

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