The Carolina Panthers have arrived in California. Things kick off on Monday evening. Super Bowl 50 opening night was supposed to be held on Tuesday as Media Day, but was later pushed forward to Monday for primetime for the sake of TV ratings.
The event at SAP Center will be aired on the NFL Network at 8 p.m., reports USA Today.
The Denver Broncos will go out for the obligations first. Shortly after, Panthers will take their respected podiums, led by coach Ron Rivera. The Panthers media session shall start at 9:55 p.m. ET. This follows the Denver’s session, which is scheduled at 8:15 p.m.
Cam Newton, Luke Kuechly, Josh Norman, Ted Ginn Jr., Ryan Kalil, Thomas Davis, Greg Olsen, Charles Johnson, Jonathan Stewart, and Kawann Short are the ten players for the Panthers who will go out at the podiums, according to SB Nation.
Serious football questions often get outnumbered by absurd and funny ones during the media session, and these often become the bigger stories. You can catch some of the highlights of the opening night below.
We've reached this part of media night. pic.twitter.com/vfQD0Y9h7z
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) February 2, 2016
Media session with Cam included some freestyle rap. No big surprise. Now somebody just asked him to dance. pic.twitter.com/FWanZcKiMM
— Jarrett Bell (@JarrettBell) February 2, 2016
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