NFL Feet: New York Giants @ Super Bowl XLVI Media Day

February 2, 2012 BY

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Big Blue was red hot on Media Day, as a number of the Giants players talked to reporters and fans while wearing some neck-breaking heat. We’ll start off with the Wide Receivers: Hakeem Nicks wore Concords, sure-handed Mario Manningham broke necks with the Air Jordan V ‘Raging Bull’, and reserves Ramses Barden and Jerrel Jernigan showed off their Chicago X and Playoff XIII, respectively. On the defensive side, Antrel Rolle contributed with Spiz’ikes, Corey Webster rocked the LeBron 8 V/2 Low ‘Wolf Grey’, while Linebacker Michael Boley kept it comfy with some Viz Air 11s. Kicker Lawrence Tynes threw around the football a bit wearing the Nike Trainer 1.3 Mid, and during other workouts and warmups, Ahmad Bradshaw was seen wearing the Air Max Barkley in White/Red/Blue while Will Blackmon channeled his inner Deion Sanders with the Air Diamond Turf. We’ll even throw an Eli Manning mention in here, who wore some Reebok Zigs. We’ve got a nice recap of the New York Giants at Super Bowl XLVI Media Day so check ’em out and let us know which Giant had the best kicks! via Yahoo!

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