Super Bowl 2012: Strange Media Day Questions

The Pittsburgh Steelers won't be a part of media day this year for the 2012 Super Bowl between the New York Giants and New England Patriots. However, having been to seven Super Bowls, they've gotten their fair share of strange questions on the strangest media day of the year.

Sportsnet compiled some the strangest ever, and the Steelers show up a few times:

At Super Bowl XLIII, an Access Hollywood reporter asked Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, "Who has the better hair, you or Steelers safety Tony (sic) Polamalu?"

To long-haired Steelers LB Kevin Greene: "How long does it take you to wash your hair?"

The post also includes a photo of a reporter in a superhero costume interviewing Pittsburgh Steelers' Casey Hampton at last year's Super Bowl media day. Why? Because it's Super Bowl Media Day, that's why.

For more on the Pittsburgh Steelers, make sure you check out Behind The Steel Curtain.

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