This is what you run into during media day: Some crazy TV guy from Mexico, dressed like a woman, talking to Cardinals linebacker Monty Beisel, trying to get him to say something in Spanish, giving Beisel an awkward hug and generally adding to a scene that seemingly has zero to do with not only the Super Bowl but football.
"You know what, I live in L.A. in the offseason so I'm not going to say that's the strangest thing I've ever seen," Beisel said. "It's close. I could say some other things, but I don't think I should go there."
A reporter asked Beisel what "he/she" had asked, and Beisel admitted he wasn't sure. "I was speaking Spanish, so hopefully it wasn't something too bad." Another reporter said the guy had been trying to get players to say "Who's your Daddy" in Spanish. "That's probably what they got me to say then," Beisel said, shrugging it off. "I'm great. Like I said, I live in L.A., I've been to west Hollywood now and again. It's all good."