Fred Couples, Tom Watson & Bernhard Langer Highlight Field At 2010 U.S. Senior Open This Weekend On NBC Sports

“You will hear shots echoing through the course when balls bounce off the trees.” – NBC Sports’ Mark Rolfing

“Global Golf Adventure” & “Golf Therapy: Life, Lessons and the Pursuit of Par” to air before Senior Open coverage on Saturday and Sunday

NEW YORK – July 29, 2010 – Fred Couples, Tom Watson and Senior British Open champion Bernhard Langer lead an impressive field at the 2010 U.S. Senior Open from Sahalee Country Club in Seattle, Wash., this Saturday and Sunday from 4-7 p.m. ET live on NBC Sports.

Host Dan Hicks and analyst Gary Koch anchor coverage from the 18th hole tower. They are joined by tower reporter Mark Rolfing, and course reporters Roger Maltbie and Dottie Pepper.

Couples, a Seattle native in his rookie year on the Champions Tour, has played nine events this year with three wins, two second-place finishes and seven Top 10s. Watson has a win and three Top 10s this year in six appearances. Langer won this past week’s Senior British Open and propelled himself into first place on the points list. The field includes other popular Champions Tour players, including: Tom Lehman, who won the Senior PGA Championship earlier this year; U.S. Ryder Cup team captain Corey Pavin, who finished second to Langer last week at the Senior British; and defending champion Fred Funk.

This is the U.S. Senior Open’s first trip to Sahalee Country Club, rated one of the top 100 courses in America. Sahalee, which means “High Heavenly Ground”, opened in 1969 among the tall majestic Cedar and Douglas Fir native to the Pacific Northwest. The club hosted the 1998 PGA Championship and the 2002 World Golf Championship-NEC invitational.

ROLFING ON U.S. SENIOR OPEN: “It’s the most important event in senior golf. When you talk to players about the one more event that that they want to win, almost to a man it’s this event.”

ROLFING ON FAVORITES: “The travel schedule from last week in Scotland to this week in the Pacific Northwest is going to be difficult. It’s a real test of stamina, both physical and mental. Experienced players will benefit. Tom Watson comes to mind. He’s been through so much…I see this more as a ball-striking week than a putting week. The course favors a player like Fred Funk.”

ROLFING ON SAHALEE: “It’s a big course. You will hear shots echoing through the course when balls bounce off the trees. It’s pretty unique. People are going to have trouble comprehending that this is a senior golf event. It’s going to feel like a U.S. Open, not a U.S. Senior Open. It will have a big event feel to it. You’re going to have to drive the ball well. It’s not a course you can really overpower. I expect experience and veteran players rising to the top by Sunday.”

Prior to its U.S. Senior Open coverage on Saturday and Sunday, NBC Sports will air two golf specials. On Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET, NBC Sports will air the third installment of Global Golf Adventure hosted by Mark Rolfing. On Sunday at 3 p.m. ET, NBC will air Golf Therapy: Life, Lessons, and the Pursuit of Par featuring Brian Baumgartner of NBC’s The Office. Below are descriptions of each program.

GLOBAL GOLF ADVENTURE – Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET

NBC Sports will present an exciting new episode of Global Golf Adventure, a groundbreaking first-of-its kind golf, travel and adventure show produced and hosted by NBC Sports golf personality Mark Rolfing this Saturday, July 31st at 3:30 p.m. ET immediately prior to the network’s third-round live coverage of the U.S. Senior Open.

The third installment will feature Wales, host country of the 2010 Ryder Cup, and interviews with the ever popular Fred Couples and U.S. Ryder Cup captain Corey Pavin, who are also competing in the U.S. Senior Open. LPGA legend Nancy Lopez will offer a golf tip for TV viewers about the importance of pre-shot routines.

“This travelogue of Wales will appeal to and captivate the golf fan and the travel enthusiast alike,” says Rolfing, a world traveler, who visited Wales for the first time for this show.  “Wales is a beautiful country with a wonderful variety of links golf destinations. The anticipation and excitement for the Ryder Cup matches this October is palpable.”

In their conversations with Rolfing, Couples reflects on his career, his longevity and his rejuvenated golf game on the Champions Tour, while Pavin shares thoughts on his preparations and predictions for the 2010 Ryder Cup.

Couples On Why His Game Has Been Rejuvenated at 50: “You know when I got out here in ’80 (rookie year), I didn’t know if I’d be out here in ’81 or ‘82 and now we’re 2010 still grinding. My game with the help of the equipment really has gotten better…why that is I don’t know. I seem to hit better shots, I’m not nearly as erratic. And when I feel good, I really feel like I can compete at a high level.”

GOLF THERAPY: LIFE, LESSONS, AND THE PURSUIT OF PAR – Sunday, 3 p.m. ET

“Golf Therapy” opens with Brian Baumgartner (“The Office”), who is an avid golfer in real life, confiding in his therapist that he’s having nightmares about his annual appearance in the American Century Championship, an annual Lake Tahoe celebrity golf tournament.

To prepare him for the event, Brian’s shrink, played by Rachael Harris (“The Hangover”), sends him to visit with superstar athletes who offer mental and physical tips to elevate his golf game.

Baumgartner: “This project has been an amazing experience for me. My goal is to create content for television that is funny, but utilizes the unique voice of current and past stars from the world of sports. I could not be more pleased.”

Among Baumgartner’s celebrity coaches are: Pau Gasol (Los Angeles Lakers center), CC Sabathia (New York Yankees pitcher), Michael Strahan (former New York Giants defensive lineman), and Nastia Liukin (U.S. Olympic Gold Medal-winning gymnast), Justin Tuck (New York Giants defensive lineman), Laila Ali (boxer and daughter of Muhammad Ali), Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers quarterback), and Ozzie Smith (Major League Baseball Hall of Famer).

ESPN 3D to Telecast X Games 16 to Australia

ESPN 3D to Telecast  X Games 16 to Australia

For the first time, ESPN 3D will telecast outside the United States.  ESPN 3D, in conjunction with FOXTEL and AUSTAR in Australia, will provide extreme sports fans eight hours of coverage from X Games 16 in Los Angeles, California. Fans in Australia can look forward to seeing the best in action sports compete on Friday, July 30 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. AEST and Sunday, August 1 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.AEST on channel 206 on FOXTEL and AUSTAR. (Fans in the United States will see this programming on Thursday, July 29 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET and on Saturday, Aug. 1 from 7 p.m. until Midnight ET.)  During these telecasts ESPN 3D will debut new 3D cameras, including a 3D camera from inside a rally car, providing a driver’s point of view.   ESPN 3D’s telecast of X Games 16 in Australia will be available to all FOXTEL iQ2 and AUSTAR MyStar HD subscribers with a 3D ready television.

”Extending ESPN 3D to Australia reinforces our commitment to provide fans worldwide the best quality sports programming,” said Michael Morrison, Vice President, ESPN International Asia Pacific. “3D television has taken off in the United States and around the world and this provides ESPN 3D an outstanding opportunity to work with FOXTEL and AUSTAR in Australia to bring this exciting trial programming to Australian sports fans.”

FOXTEL’s Director of Sport Pete Campbell said “FOXTEL was the first to bring Australians 3D television and we’re thrilled to partner with ESPN for another ground-breaking sport experience.”

AUSTAR’s Deanne Weir, Group Director of Corporate Development & Legal Affairs, said, ” Following our groundbreaking 3D broadcast earlier this year, we’re pleased that regional Australians will benefit once again from the fantastic coverage of the X Games on ESPN 3D.”

ESPN 3D X Games 16 facts:

  • ESPN 3D will utilize 14 native 3D cameras to capture action at the Los Angeles Coliseum
  • Utilize the 3D Mega Mo camera, an ultra slo-mo camera that debuted at the Home Run Derby
  • First live use of wireless (RF) 3D cameras, one of which will be an in-car camera used during Rally Car competition
  • One pole camera placed near the skate/BMX mega ramp
  • ESPN 3D will be hosted by Keir Dillon, a veteran X Games announcer and two-time Winter X Games snowboard superpipe medalist
  • ESPN 3D will provide eight hours of coverage over the first and third day of X Games 16

About ESPN 3D:

ESPN was the first to announce in the United States an exclusive 3D network in January 2010 which was the culmination of more than three years of testing 3D television.  ESPN has produced several 3D domestic telecasts, including the State Farm Home Run Derby in July 2010, the Masters in April 2010, a Harlem Globetrotters game in February 2010 and in 2009 the USC vs. Ohio State college football game. ESPN has developed best practices for utilizing the technology in live game applications which have provided the ability to streamline workflow operations, adjust 3D camera positioning, perform transmission tests and gauge fan reaction to a 3D telecast versus a traditional telecast.  In addition, ESPN utilizes cutting-edge technology located at the ESPN Innovation Lab in Orlando at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex at Walt Disney World to continue to develop innovative production enhancements.  ESPN 3D is available in the United States to approximately 45 million households and has carriage agreements with DirecTV, Comcast and AT&T. Sony was named the first official sponsor of the network in January 2010.

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Former Cowboys Standout Daryl “Moose” Johnston Joins NFL Network

FORMER COWBOYS STANDOUT DARYL “MOOSE” JOHNSTON JOINS NFL NETWORK

FOX Sports Game Analyst Joins NFL Network’s All-Pro Analyst Lineup on NFL Total Access

Former Dallas Cowboys fullback and broadcast veteran Daryl “Moose” Johnston has joined NFL Network as an analyst, it was announced today.

Johnston, a three-time Super Bowl champion and two-time Pro Bowl selection who spent his entire 10-year NFL career with the Dallas Cowboys, will serve as an in-studio analyst on NFL Total Access and contribute to other NFL Network shows and specials. He will make his debut on NFL Total Access on Thursday, July 29 at 7:00 PM ET.

Johnston will also continue his role as a game analyst for Fox NFL Sunday this fall.

“Daryl joins our already deep roster of champions on NFL Network” said Eric Weinberger, NFL Network executive producer. “He has become one of the top game voices in the business at FOX Sports and we are looking forward to extending his analysis and opinions to our studio shows and specials.”

“I have been a fan of NFL Network since it launched and enjoyed working on the Super Bowl selection show earlier this year,” said Johnston.  “Being on NFL Total Access is a perfect complement to calling games on FOX Sports.”

NFL Total Access is the NFL show of record, providing daily news, interviews and analysis from around the league live Monday through Saturday at 7:00 PM ET during the NFL season. Uniquely structured to provide news and analysis through the players eyes, Johnston joins a group of analysts including Rod Woodson, Warren Sapp, Jamie Dukes, Trent Green, Marshall Faulk and others on NFL Total Access that offer first-hand insight on the hottest topics surrounding all 32 NFL teams.

In May, Johnston served as a contributor on NFL Network’s special Super Bowl XLVIII Selection Show live from the NFL Spring Meetings in Dallas, TX alongside host Rich Eisen and analyst Michael Irvin.

As a second round pick of the Dallas Cowboys in the 1989 NFL Draft, Johnston spent his 10-year career with the Cowboys and scored 22 touchdowns and accumulated more receptions (294) than carries (232).

A native of Youngstown, NY, Johnston is a 1989 graduate of Syracuse University where as a member of the Orangemen football team he earned All-Big East honors in 1988 an was an All-American in 1989.

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The NHL’s Hottest Rivalry Ready For Cool Outdoor Stage At Heinz Field On New Year’s Day In The 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic

THE NHL’S HOTTEST RIVALRY READY FOR COOL OUTDOOR STAGE AT HEINZ FIELD
ON NEW YEAR’S DAY IN THE 2011 BRIDGESTONE NHL WINTER CLASSIC

Game Live On NBC/CBC/RDS/NHL Radio Jan. 1 At 1 p.m. ET

Bridgestone Returns As Title Sponsor For Third Consecutive Year

NEW YORK (July 27, 2010) – Representatives from the National Hockey League, the Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals, Pittsburgh Steelers, the National Hockey League Players’ Association, the city of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County gathered today at Heinz Field to discuss plans for the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic®.  The League today also unveiled the official logo for the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic and the special team logos for the Penguins and Capitals.

In May, the NHL announced that Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins will battle Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals on New Year’s Day in a regular-season game at Heinz Field, home of the Steelers, at 1 p.m. ET.  The NHL’s fiercest rivalry will be re-ignited in the event Forbes magazine calls “the best new sporting event” of the last decade.

The 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic will mark the fourth consecutive season the NHL has played a regular-season outdoor game on New Year’s Day.  The Buffalo Sabres hosted the Penguins at Ralph Wilson Stadium on New Year’s Day 2008, the Chicago Blackhawks hosted the Detroit Red Wings at Wrigley Field on New Year’s Day 2009 and the Boston Bruins hosted the Philadelphia Flyers at Fenway Park on New Year’s Day 2010.

“Our players love to participate in this grand celebration of our sport, our fans love to watch it, our broadcasters love to show it and our sponsors are pleased to support it,” said Gary Bettman, NHL Commissioner.  “The Capitals and Penguins will write a new chapter in Pittsburgh sports history when the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic comes to Heinz Field on New Year’s Day.”

The Bridgestone brand, the Official Tire of the NHL® and the NHLPA, returns for the third consecutive year as title sponsor.  The 2010 event was a magical day at Fenway Park and firmly established the Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic as a major national sports property. More than 5.5 million viewers watched the game on North American television, and NHL.com attracted nearly 1 million unique visitors on January 1. Demand for tickets exceeded 307,000 requests, and investment in the Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic by NHL corporate marketing partners increased 66% from 2009 with 16 partners spending more than $10 million.

“The Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic has become a tradition of excellence, passion and excitement in the sports world — it’s the same tradition that the Bridgestone brand instills in its products every day,” said Phil Pacsi, Vice President, Consumer Marketing, U.S. & Canada Consumer Tire Sales Sales, Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, (BATO). “Watching one of the NHL’s fiercest rivalries come head-to-head at the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic at Heinz Field is an event not to be missed, and will be talked about for years to come. We are excited and proud to be part of this new tradition.”

The NHL’s two biggest stars, Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin, bring their rivalry to the big stage of the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic.  Their rivalry has blossomed into one of the most intriguing individual matchups in all of sports.  Both No. 1 overall draft choices (Ovechkin 2004 and Crosby 2005), the superstars have been linked since they entered the League at the same time at the beginning of the 2005-06 NHL season.  At the end of that season, Ovechkin won the Calder Trophy as top rookie, with Crosby finishing second.

In 2007, Crosby won the Hart Trophy as League MVP and the Art Ross Trophy as the League’s top scorer.  Ovechkin won each of those prestigious awards in 2008 and added a second Hart Trophy, among other accolades, in 2009.  The pair has combined to win the last four Ted Lindsay Awards, given to the most outstanding player as voted by the NHL players.

The rivalry reached heightened levels during the 2009 Stanley Cup® Playoffs when the Capitals and Penguins squared off in an epic, seven-game series.  Ovechkin and Crosby dominated the series, each displaying a level of skill and leadership that propelled his club. Game 2 in Washington was particularly memorable, as each player netted a hat trick in a scintillating, 4-3 Capitals victory.  In the end, the Penguins prevailed in the series and went on to win the Stanley Cup.

The Penguins, the 2009 Stanley Cup champions, boast other top talents in center Evgeni Malkin (2009 Conn Smythe Trophy and 2009 Art Ross Trophy winner) goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury and center Jordan Staal.  The Capitals, the 2010 Presidents’ Trophy winners, counter with young stars Nicklas Backstrom, Mike Green and Alex Semin.

“On behalf of Mario Lemieux, Ron Burkle and the entire Pittsburgh Penguins organization, I want to tell you how excited we are to host the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic at Heinz Field. It is a unique opportunity to showcase our city and our region – and our passionate fans — to a national and international audience,” said David Morehouse, Penguins president. “We are honored that the Pittsburgh Steelers have made their great, iconic stadium available to us, so that, on one very special day in January, the home of the six-time Super Bowl champions will be home to some of the greatest hockey players in the world. We also want to thank the NHL and Commissioner Bettman for believing in us, and for their unwavering support of hockey in Pittsburgh. We look forward to seeing you all right here on New Year’s Day.”

“I couldn’t think of a much better way to bring in the New Year than participating in the Winter Classic. Commissioner Bettman and the NHL have created a world-class event to showcase our sport and its players,” said Ted Leonsis, Washington Capitals majority owner. “Since before the drop of the puck at the 2008 Winter Classic, we have wanted to participate in this game, and we are extremely appreciative of the Commissioner’s efforts to make this a reality for our organization and our great fans. This indeed will be a thrill cherished by our players and our fans for a lifetime.”

“NHL players know the thrill of growing up playing hockey outside in the cold, so to have the opportunity to play in the Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic in front of thousands of fans in attendance, and millions on TV, will be a really special moment in their careers that they’ll never forget,” said Matt Nussbaum, NHLPA Associate Counsel.  ”The NHLPA is pleased to support this great annual initiative that promotes our game to new fans and brings the game back to its roots.”

NBC Sports returns as the U.S. broadcaster and provides live HD coverage of the event.  In Canada, CBC and RDS will televise the event live.  NHL Radio™ and Sirius XM Satellite Radio will provide radio coverage and NHL.com will have extensive digital coverage.

“NBC Sports is proud to have partnered with the NHL on growing this event from an idea to New Year’s Day appointment viewing,” said NBC Sports President Ken Schanzer. “I can’t think of a better way to start the new year than with the NHL’s preeminent rivalry featuring the two best players in the world from the outdoor stadium of one of pro football’s most venerated teams.”

“CBC is thrilled to broadcast the fourth Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic from beautiful Heinz Field,” said Scott Moore, Executive Director, CBC Sports and General Manager of Media Sales and Marketing. “This year’s game will add yet another chapter to Pittsburgh’s rich sports history and reaffirm CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada’s mandate to provide Canadians with the very best in major sports event television.“

Additional information surrounding the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic, including ticketing information, will be announced in the coming months.  Fans can register online at NHL.com/WinterClassic to receive alerts and ticket information on the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic, as well as other NHL news, events and offers. The NHL this year will again work with the host team, the Penguins, to set aside tickets specifically for use by local youth hockey organizations.

“We are happy to partner with the National Hockey League and the Penguins to bring this exciting game to Pittsburgh,” said Steelers President Art Rooney II.  “We are looking forward to the energy that outdoor hockey will bring to Heinz Field.”

“We are honored to welcome the National Hockey League’s 2011 Winter Classic and excited for yet another opportunity to showcase our City, thanks to the success of our great sports teams and one-of-a-kind fan base,” Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl said. “There’s no better way to ring in a New Year than to host this pre-eminent winter festivity, which symbolizes the resurgence of hockey in this great city. From the Penguins’ 2008-09 Stanley Cup championship season, to the opening of the CONSOL Energy Center next season, the Classic will be another historic highlight to continue the legacy of the current Pittsburgh Penguins team.”

“We are excited that the NHL has chosen Heinz Field to host the 2011 Winter Classic between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Washington Capitals,” said Allegheny County Executive Dan Onorato. “We will have another opportunity to showcase our great region, our passionate fans and our outstanding team. Our young talent has brought international attention to our region, as well as a third Stanley Cup. We are thrilled to once again be a part of this New Year’s Day tradition.”

The NHL this season will play an outdoor regular-season game in Canada.  The NHL Heritage Classic will be played at McMahon Stadium in Calgary on Sunday, February 20 and feature the Montreal Canadiens and Calgary Flames.  It will be the first regular-season NHL game contested outdoors in Canada since the Edmonton Oilers hosted the Canadiens at Commonwealth Stadium on November 22, 2003.

HARD KNOCKS: Training Camp With The New York Jets

HBO SPORTS®, NFL FILMS AND THE NEW YORK JETS JOIN FORCES FOR

A NEW SEASON OF THE ULTIMATE SPORTS REALITY SERIES WHEN

HARD KNOCKS:  TRAINING CAMP WITH THE NEW YORK JETS,

CHRONICLING THE RIGORS AND DAILY DEMANDS OF NFL TRAINING CAMP, DEBUTS WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11, EXCLUSIVELY ON HBO

NEW YORK, July 12, 2010 – HBO Sports, NFL Films and the New York Jets team up for an all-access look at what it takes to make it in the National Football League when HARD KNOCKS:  TRAINING CAMP WITH THE NEW YORK JETS debuts in August.  The first sports-based reality series – and one of the fastest-turnaround reality series – kicks off its five-episode sixth season, presented in HD, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11 (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO.  Other hour-long episodes debut subsequent Wednesdays at the same time, culminating in the Sept. 8 season finale.  Each week, the show will have an immediate encore play Wednesdays at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT as well as multiple replays on the weekend.

“We are delighted that HARD KNOCKS will be returning this summer and placing the spotlight on charismatic Jets head coach Rex Ryan and his engaging team of proven veterans and emerging stars,” says Ross Greenburg, president, HBO Sports.  “As always, there will be plenty on the line for veterans, free agents and rookies alike during training camp.  After last year’s postseason run, this is certainly a championship-caliber team with big-name talent.  Get ready for some of Coach Ryan’s ‘blunt force trauma’ behind the scenes with this staff and this talent.”

“HARD KNOCKS has successfully traveled the country over the last several years,” says NFL Films president Steve Sabol.  “There have been shows in Dallas, Baltimore, Kansas City and Cincinnati.  Now we’ve got our act together – we’re finally ready to open on Broadway!”

The cinema verité series will focus on the daily lives and routines of players and coaches as the dynamic New York Jets, who compete in the ultra-competitive AFC East, prepare for the 2010 NFL season.  HARD KNOCKS:  TRAINING CAMP WITH THE NEW YORK JETS will chronicle second-year head coach Rex Ryan and an intriguing mix of high-profile veterans, free agents and rookie hopefuls throughout training camp and the preseason.  Each week, players will experience drills, meetings and fun, while struggling to prove they have what it takes to make the team and make their mark in the NFL.

“We are committed to being an organization that is open and accessible,” says New York Jets chairman and CEO Woody Johnson.  “HARD KNOCKS serves as a tremendous vehicle for fans everywhere to receive unprecedented access and a fascinating behind-the-scenes look as we prepare for the 2010 season.  HBO and NFL Films have an award-winning track record and we are excited about working with them.”

A 24-person NFL Films crew will live at the Jets’ training camp, shooting more than 1,000 hours of video over the course of the series.  Camera and sound crews will be given unencumbered access to the players’ and coaches’ meeting rooms, training rooms, dormitories and practice fields.

HARD KNOCKS launched with the Baltimore Ravens in 2001, followed by the Dallas Cowboys in 2002.  The series resumed in 2007 with the Kansas City Chiefs, winning a Sports Emmy®.  In 2008, the series returned to the Dallas Cowboys, receiving a second Sports Emmy® for production excellence.  In 2009 HARD KNOCKS spotlighted the Cincinnati Bengals franchise and the program earned two Sports Emmy Awards®.

GQ magazine wrote that HARD KNOCKS was reason No. 18 of 73 reasons why “we’re living in a new golden age of football,” adding that “ ‘Hard Knocks’ might be the second-best thing on television,” while Esquire observed, “There’s a brilliant late-summer reality TV treat on HBO.”

HBO and NFL Films received on Apr. 26 two Sports Emmys® for last season’s “Hard Knocks:  Training Camp with the Cincinnati Bengals,” including Outstanding Edited Sports Series/Anthology and Outstanding Post-Produced Audio/Sound.

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Turner Sports and The PGA to Offer 3D Coverage of the 92nd PGA Championship Through PGA.com and TNT’s Television Distributors

Turner Sports and The PGA to Offer 3D Coverage of the 92nd PGA Championship Through PGA.com and TNT’s Television Distributors

Vince Cellini to host coverage alongside 2002 PGA Champion Rich Beem

Turner Sports and The PGA of America announced today they will offer coverage of the 92nd PGA Championship in 3D on Thursday, Aug. 12 and Friday, Aug. 13, on PGA.com and through TNT’s television distributors Bright House Networks, Cablevision, Comcast, Cox Communications, DIRECTV, and Time Warner Cable. The 3D coverage will focus on the par-3 12th and 17th holes at Whistling Straits from 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. ET each day. Host Vince Cellini who will be joined by 2002 PGA Champion Rich Beem will provide commentary and analysis on the holes. Beem also will provide analysis throughout the weekend during PGA.com’s extensive 2D online offerings.

The 3D production will utilize eight cameras produced specifically for 3D that will provide a unique look at course action and give fans a one-of-a-kind visual experience to watch the world’s best golfers play the course’s challenging par-3s. In order to experience

the event in 3D, viewers will need a 3D TV or PC display with matching 3D glasses. Fans can visit http://www.pga.com/pgachampionship/2010/3d to get more information about the hardware and software used to view the 3D production online.

In addition to 3D coverage, Turner Sports will also offer 20 hours of television coverage on TNT, live 2D coverage on PGA.com and on mobile devices, with additional details to be announced at a later date.

“At Turner Sports we continually look to provide the fan with an innovative viewing experience through our ability to test and explore new opportunities,” said Lenny Daniels, Turner Sports EVP and COO. “The PGA Championship has always been a platform for forward thinking and interactive technology. During previous PGA Championship coverage on TNT and PGA.com, we have introduced our marquee follow coverage, live streaming action through mobile apps and included social networking within our linear broadcast. Introducing 3D coverage to this crown jewel event allows us another opportunity to better serve our audience and add to our multitude of platforms.”

“The PGA Championship has perennially been the source of many of the game’s most special moments,” said PGA of America Director of Broadcast & New Media Casey Morton. “The addition of 3D television and online technology unfolding at Whistling Straits, a spectacular venue for viewers, is yet another new level of excitement for fans to follow the world’s premier players. We anticipate that the addition of this bonus for viewers opens another chapter in PGA Championship tradition.”

Each year during the PGA Championship, Turner provides fans with an exclusive and interactive viewing experience combining television, online and mobile.  Through TNT’s four days of coverage, the ability to follow marquee groups live on PGA.com and instant player alerts and notifications on the PGA Championship iPhone app, fans get an all-access pass for all the tournament action.

About PGA.com

PGA.com is the official online destination for The PGA of America and is home to the PGA Championship, the Senior PGA Championship, The PGA Grand Slam of Golf and The Ryder Cup. Beginning in 2002, Turner Sports and the PGA formed a multi-year alliance with a mission to serve the golfing public, PGA Professionals and the golf industry with products and services to grow the game of golf.  The two organizations recently expanded the deal through 2019 to include licensing with Turner’s Cartoon Network Enterprises (CNE) serving as the PGA’s licensing agent in the youth marketplace. As a leader and innovator in broadband golf coverage, PGA.com continues to gain success for its PGA.com LIVE video presentation of PGA’s premier events. In 2007 PGA.com Pipeline LIVE was nominated for an Emmy® by the National Television Academy. In 2009, PGA.com’s on air, online and mobile coverage of the PGA Championship was nominated for an Emmy® by the National Television Academy and was awarded a CommArts Interactive award for the PGA Championship LIVE video and the PGA Championship iPhone app.

About Turner Sports

Turner Sports, a division of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., presents some of the best and most popular sporting events worldwide and is a leader in televised and online sports programming. With events airing on TBS, TNT and truTV, Turner Sports’ line-up includes NASCAR and NASCAR.COM, the NBA, Major League Baseball, the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, professional golf, PGATOUR.COM and PGA.com. Turner Sports’ diverse portfolio also offers a collection of mobile Web sites and apps featuring NBA, NASCAR and professional golf content, along with Turner Sports’ first branded consumer product, SportsNOW. Turner Sports and the NBA also jointly manage NBA Digital, which includes NBA TV, NBA.com, NBA LEAGUE PASS, NBA LEAGUE PASS Broadband, NBA Mobile, NBADLEAUGE.com and WNBA.com.

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2010 MLS All-Star Game Wednesday on ESPN2

2010 MLS All-Star Game Wednesday on ESPN2

Landon Donovan and MLS’s Best vs. Manchester United of the Barclays Premier League

Mexican National Team Striker Javier Hernández to Make Manchester United Debut

ESPN2 and ESPN3.com will present live coverage of the 2010 MLS All-Star Game Wednesday, July 28, beginning at 8:30 p.m. ET from Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas.  The special presentation of MLS Game of the Week series will feature the MLS All-Stars versus Manchester United, a team that has won or finished second in the past five Barclays Premier League seasons and one of the legendary clubs in professional soccer.

The match, to be aired in high definition, is expected to be the Manchester United debut of Mexican national team striker Javier “Chícharito” Hernández, the first Mexican to sign with United.  A highly sought-after transfer for Man U, Hernández scored two goals for Mexico in the 2010 FIFA World Cup.  Manchester United’s roster for the game is also expected to include:  Former Welsh national team captain Ryan Giggs, former England national team player Paul Scholes, Portugal’s Nani, former Netherlands goalkeeper Edwin Van der Sar, and more.

Fresh off leading the U.S. Men’s National Team to its historic 2010 FIFA World Cup performance, Los Angeles Galaxy’s Landon Donovan, the league leader in assists, will lead a roster of 18 top-tier MLS players against Manchester United, which won the Premiership for three straight seasons (2006-’09).  Other MLS All-Stars include the league’s leading goal scorer, Los Angeles Galaxy’s Edson Buddle; New York Red Bulls’ Juan Pablo Angel, Columbus Crew’s Guillermo Barros Schelotto and more.

JP Dellacamera and John Harkes, ESPN and ABC’s lead soccer commentator team for the U.S. National Team and MLS, will call the action, with sideline reporter Allen HopkinsRob Stone, Alexi Lalas and Julie Foudy will host the studio coverage including pre-game, halftime and post-game segments live from Reliant Stadium.  Coverage will also include live, in-game interviews with select coaches and/or players.

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Brad Nessler and Trent Dilfer to Call Chargers-Chiefs on Monday Night Football

Brad Nessler and Trent Dilfer to Call Chargers-Chiefs on Monday Night Football

Season-Opener at Newly Renovated Arrowhead Stadium Part of MNF Doubleheader Sept. 13 at 10:15 p.m. ET

ESPN play-by-play voice Brad Nessler and NFL studio analyst Trent Dilfer will call the San Diego Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, the second game of ESPN’s season-opening Monday Night Football doubleheader September 13 at 10:15 p.m. ET (9:15 p.m. CT). The AFC West matchup will be the first regular season game at the newly renovated Arrowhead Stadium, one of the NFL’s iconic venues, and the first MNF game in Kansas City since Nov. 22, 2004.

MNF reporter Suzy Kolber will also be in Kansas City on game day to provide updates on the teams throughout the day. The Chargers-Chiefs will follow the Baltimore Ravens-New York Jets telecast (7 p.m.) when the MNF commentator team of Mike Tirico and analysts Jon Gruden and Ron Jaworski makes its regular season debut.

“We have a deep roster of football experts and this will be a great pairing for the Monday Night Football doubleheader that will appeal to fans with Brad, one of the best live event commentators in the business, and Trent, who always offers fresh and informed perspectives and is just a few seasons removed from his own days as a Super Bowl-winning NFL quarterback,” said Norby Williamson, ESPN executive vice president, production.

Nessler is making his second appearance in the MNF booth. During the first year of ESPN’s season-opening doubleheader (2006), he worked alongside Jaworski and former NFL head coach Dick Vermeil – a pairing that earned much praise from viewers – to call the Chargers-Raiders. Nessler has served as a play-by-play commentator for college football and basketball since joining ESPN and ABC in 1992. This fall, Nessler will team with Todd Blackledge to form one of ESPN’s top college football teams. In addition to his Chargers-Chiefs assignment, Nessler will work with Blackledge two days earlier (Sept. 11) to call Miami-Ohio State in Columbus (3:40 p.m., ESPN and ESPN3.com), one of the biggest college football games of the opening month of the season. Before arriving at ESPN, Nessler handled radio play-by-play for the Atlanta Falcons (1982-88) and Minnesota Vikings (1988-89). He has also served as play-by-play announcer for Miami Dolphins preseason telecasts.

Dilfer, the 14-year NFL veteran and Super Bowl-winning quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens, is a studio analyst for a variety of ESPN programs: NFL Live, NFL PrimeTime, SportsCenter, and Monday Night Countdown. He has also regularly contributed analysis to ESPN Radio programs and to ESPN’s annual Super Bowl week and NFL Draft coverage since joining the company in July 2008 – on the same day he announced his retirement from the NFL. While the Chargers-Chiefs will be Dilfer’s debut in the MNF booth, he worked the Ball State-Central Michigan college football game for ESPN last fall and will work the Cincinnati-Fresno State game Sept. 4 (10 p.m., ESPN2 and ESPN3.com).

Senior coordinating producer Tim Corrigan, who has overseen ESPN’s season-opening MNF doubleheader game the past four seasons, and director Mike Schwab, will oversee production of the San Diego-Kansas City matchup, which will pit Phillip Rivers and the defending AFC West champions against newly acquired free agent running back Thomas Jones and the Chiefs.  It marks the first time the nightcap of the ESPN MNF doubleheader will be played outside San Francisco/Oakland since the two-game format was adopted in 2006.

ESPN’S MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL

ESPN’s Monday Night Football is the most-watched series in cable television history.  In four seasons on ESPN, Monday Night Football has registered eight of the top 10 all-time biggest household audiences in cable history, led by the Green Bay Packers-Minnesota Vikings telecast (10/5/09), which attracted cable’s largest household audience ever (an average of 15,136,000 million homes and 21,839,000 viewers). For the 2009 season, ESPN’s MNF delivered the 15 biggest household audiences (and top 14 among viewers) for cable television in 2009, averaging a 10.4 rating and 10,315,000 homes (14,382,000 viewers). It was also the first time on ESPN that the series averaged higher than a 10 rating and 14 million viewers for the season. Accompanying NFL content on ESPN.com, including “Monday Night HQ,” sparked an increase of Monday traffic to the site of 24% over the previous season with an average 84.6 million page views per week.

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ESPN’s Mortensen and Schefter “On the Road to Camp”: July 29- Aug. 16

ESPN’s Mortensen and Schefter “On the Road to Camp”: July 29- Aug. 16

Live Reports from all 32 NFL Training Camps in 19 Days

ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen and NFL Insider Adam Schefter will depart on separate road trips later this month as part of ESPN’s “On the Road to Camp” – a cross-country bus tour that will take the ESPN duo to all 32 NFL team training camps in 19 days, July 29 – Aug. 16. Mortensen will begin his journey from Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, site of Super Bowl XLV, and concentrate on teams in the West, while Schefter will depart the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, and focus on the East.

Mortensen and Schefter will log more than 15,000 miles combined before both of their buses meet in New Orleans at the end of the tour on Aug. 16 at the home of the defending Super Bowl champion Saints.

“On the Road to Camp” coverage will include daily appearances by Mortensen and Schefter on SportsCenter and NFL Live, as well as Monday Night Countdown (before ESPN’s Monday Night Football preseason games on Aug. 12 and 16); reports on ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike in the Morning (simulcast on ESPN2); blog items, video, interactive maps and daily post cards on ESPN.com; and regular updates on Twitter (@mortreport and @Adam_Schefter).

The “On the Road to Camp” segments will be sponsored by NHTSA, Orbitz, State Farm and Hanes. State Farm and NHTSA/U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), have also teamed up for the “On the Road to Camp” tour to raise awareness about the serious dangers caused by distracted driving and each bus will be wrapped with the “Stop Distracted Driving” campaign message.

“It’s a post-card of America that Adam and I can share, some of it very unpredictable. How did I know I was going to end up in a Wisconsin cheese factory last year during my visit with the Packers….and make a fool out of myself?,” said Mortensen. “Maybe, just maybe, I’ll average four hours of sleep a night. But as Colts’ great assistant coach Tom Moore once told me at 5:15 in the morning, `Mort, you gotta love it!’ And we do.”

“The race – and coverage – is on,” added Schefter. “Mort’s doing the West Coast, I’m doing the East Coast and even Roger Goodell is taking his own trip. Whomever smells worst at the end wins.”

“On the Road to Camp” Schedule:

Date City Team/Location Insider
Thu, July 29 Arlington, Texas Cowboys Stadium Mortensen
Canton, Ohio Pro Football Hall of Fame Schefter
Fri, July 30 San Antonio, Texas Cowboys/Alamodome Mortensen
Georgetown, Ky. Bengals/Georgetown College Schefter
Sat, July 31 Houston, Texas Texans/Methodist Training Center Mortensen
Bourbonnais, Ill. Bears/Olivet Nazarene University Schefter
Sun, Aug 1 Allen Park, Mich. Lions/Detroit Lions Training Facility Schefter
Mon, Aug 2 Flagstaff, Ariz. Cardinals/Northern Arizona State University Mortensen
Berea, Ohio Browns/Cleveland Browns Training Facility Schefter
Tues, Aug 3 San Diego, Calif. Chargers/Chargers Park Mortensen
Latrobe, Pa. Steelers/Saint Vincent College Schefter
Wed, Aug 4 Santa Clara, Calif. 49ers/Marie P. DeBartolo Sports Center Mortensen
Pittsford, N.Y. Bills/St. John Fisher College Schefter
Thu, Aug 5 Napa Valley, Calif. Raiders/Napa Valley Marriott Mortensen
Cortland, N.Y. Jets/SUNY Cortland Schefter
Fri, Aug 6 Foxboro, Mass. Patriots/Gillette Stadium Schefter
Sat, Aug 7 Renton, Wash. Seahawks/Virginia Mason Athletic Center Mortensen
Albany, N.Y. Giants/University at Albany Schefter
Sun, Aug 8 Bethlehem, Pa. Eagles/Lehigh University Schefter
Mon, Aug 9 Ashburn, Va. Redskins/Redskins Park Schefter
Westminster, Md. Ravens/McDaniel College Schefter
Tue, Aug 10 Englewood, Colo. Broncos/Paul D. Bowlen Memorial Broncos Centre Mortensen
Nashville, Tenn. Titans/Baptist Sports Park Schefter
Wed, Aug 11 St. Joseph, Mo. Chiefs/Missouri Western State University Mortensen
Jacksonville, Fla. Jaguars/Jacksonville Municipal Stadium Schefter
Thu, Aug 12 Mankato, Minn. Vikings/Minnesota State University, Mankato Mortensen
Davie, Fla. Dolphins/Miami Dolphins Training Facility Schefter
Fri, Aug 13 De Pere, Wis. Packers/St. Norbert College Mortensen
Tampa, Fla. Buccaneers/One Buccaneer Place Schefter
Sat, Aug 14 Earth City, Mo. Rams/Russell Training Center Mortensen
Spartanburg, S.C. Panthers/Wofford College Schefter
Sun, Aug 15 Anderson, Ind. Colts/Anderson University Mortensen
Flowery Branch, Ga. Falcons/Atlanta Falcons Training Facility Schefter
Sun, Aug 16 Metairie, La./       New Orleans, La. Saints/New Orleans Saints Training Facility Mortensen/ Schefter

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NFL NETWORK & NFL.COM: Home to the 2010 NFL Preseason — NEW “NFL Preseason Live” on NFL.com — All 65 games in HD on NFL Network

NFL NETWORK & NFL.COM: HOME TO THE

2010 NFL PRESEASON!

NFL.com’s New ‘NFL Preseason Live’ Offers Preseason Games Online

All 65 Preseason Games Air in High-Definition on NFL Network

NFL Network’s 10 Live Broadcasts Include McNabb’s Debut in Washington, Tebow’s First NFL Game & Pete Carroll’s Return to the NFL Sidelines

With preseason kicking off in August, NFL Network and NFL.com features the most NFL preseason game coverage ever. NFL.com unveils NFL Preseason Live to watch games online and NFL Network once again carries all 65 preseason games in HD.

For the first time, NFL.com offers NFL Preseason Live, a subscription product that delivers fans preseason games live. Users can watch available games online and choose from home or away broadcasts to complement a new viewing experience that includes movable picture-in-picture and mosaic layouts to watch multiple games at once. NFL Preseason Live is available for $39.99.

NFL Network is home to the entire NFL preseason game slate with all 65 matchups, including multiple replays, airing on the only network dedicated to football. The 2010 preseason schedule on NFL Network includes 10 live nationally-televised games, with all matchups available in high definition.

Week 1 of the 2010 NFL preseason on NFL Network features five live games highlighted by veteran quarterback DONOVAN MCNABB’s debut in Washington, the NFL debut of Broncos rookie quarterback TIM TEBOW and Seahawks head coach PETE CARROLL’s return to the NFL sidelines.

The Redskins kick off NFL Network’s live game schedule vs. the Buffalo Bills Friday, August 13 at 7:30 PM ET. Saturday, August 14 features a doubleheader with Tampa Bay at Miami at 7:00 PM ET, followed by Tennessee at Seattle at 10:00 PM ET. The weekend wraps up with San Francisco at Indianapolis Sunday, August 15 at 1:00 PM ET, followed by Denver at Cincinnati at 7:00 PM ET.

There’s no better place for Fantasy Football fans to prepare their picks and depth charts for the 2010 regular season than with NFL Network and NFL.com’s all-encompassing coverage of the 2010 preseason. All 10 live preseason games will include halftime reports featuring NFL Network’s team of analysts from its Los Angeles studios and five-minute NFL Network Now updates between game broadcasts reporting the most up-to-date news and information. NFL Network’s schedule includes a total of 162 telecasts as it includes every game, live games and game replays of all the preseason action.

Here is a preview of the 10 live games on NFL Network:

Buffalo Bills vs. Washington Redskins • Friday, August 13 at 7:30 PM ET

QB Donovan McNabb and head coach Mike Shanahan open a new chapter with the Washington Redskins, while new Bills head coach Chan Gailey makes his return to the NFL with a young offense that includes rookie RB C.J. Spiller.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Miami Dolphins • Saturday, August 14 at 7:00 PM ET

No. 3 overall draft pick Gerald McCoy gets his first taste of NFL action as part of the Buccaneers defense against a Miami Dolphins offense led by QB Chad Henne and free agent addition WR Brandon Marshall.

Tennessee Titans vs. Seattle Seahawks • Saturday, August 14 at 10:00 PM ET

The second game of Saturday’s doubleheader features Pete Carroll’s return to the NFL sidelines as Seahawks head coach, hosting QB Vince Young and the Tennessee Titans.

San Francisco 49ers vs. Indianapolis Colts • Sunday, August 15 at 1:00 PM ET

Mike Singletary and Jim Caldwell begin their sophomore seasons with their respective teams. Singletary’s 49ers feature a talented defense including Pro Bowl LB Patrick Willis and rookie FS Taylor Mays, while Peyton Manning begins his 13th NFL season as quarterback of the AFC champion Colts.

Denver Broncos vs. Cincinnati Bengals • Sunday, August 15 at 7:00 PM ET

Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels shows off his trio of young quarterbacks as Kyle Orton, Brady Quinn and rookie Tim Tebow battle for the Denver’s starting QB spot against a Bengals defense that ranked fourth in the league in 2009.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New York Giants • Saturday, August 21 at 7:00 PM ET

Super Bowl XLIII and XLII champions meet Week 2 of the preseason when the Giants host the Steelers in their first game in the New Meadowlands Stadium.

Green Bay Packers vs. Seattle Seahawks • Saturday, August 21 at 10:00 PM ET

QB Aaron Rodgers leads a Packers offense that finished sixth in the league last year against a young Seahawks team featuring first-round draft picks Russell Okung and Earl Thomas.

Cleveland Browns vs. Detroit Lions • Saturday, August 28 at 5:00 PM ET

Lions DT and No. 2 overall pick Ndamukong Suh gets his third preseason look against a Cleveland Browns squad that boasts rookie CB Joe Haden and QB Colt McCoy.

New England Patriots vs. New York Giants • Thursday, September 2 at 7:00 PM ET

The Patriots complete their preseason game slate in the New Meadowlands Stadium against the New York Giants.

Washington Redskins vs. Arizona Cardinals • Thursday, September 2 at 10:00 PM ET

Two teams debuting different looks on offense in 2010 face off in the final preseason game of the season. The Cardinals look to replace QB Kurt Warner and WR Anquan Boldin, while veteran RB Brian Westbrook establishes his role with the Redskins.

NFL NETWORK SCHEDULE FOR 2010 PRESEASON GAMES

(BOLD INDICATES LIVE GAMES / FIRST AIRINGS ONLY / ALL TIMES EASTERN)

Monday, August 9

1:00 PM – Cincinnati Bengals at Dallas Cowboys

Thursday, August 12

11:00 PM – New Orleans Saints at New England Patriots

Friday, August 13

9:30 AM – Carolina Panthers at Baltimore Ravens

3:30 PM – Oakland Raiders at Dallas Cowboys

7:30 PM – Buffalo Bills at Washington Redskins — LIVE

10:30 PM – Jacksonville Jaguars at Philadelphia Eagles

Saturday, August 14

1:30 AM – Kansas City Chiefs at Atlanta Falcons

7:00 PM – Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins — LIVE

10:00 PM – Tennessee Titans at Seattle Seahawks — LIVE

Sunday, August 15

1:00 AM – Chicago Bears at San Diego Chargers

10:00 AM – Detroit Lions at Pittsburgh Steelers

1:00 PM – San Francisco 49ers at Indianapolis Colts — LIVE

7:00 PM – Denver Broncos at Cincinnati Bengals — LIVE

10:00 PM – Minnesota Vikings at St. Louis Rams

Monday, August 16

1:00 AM – Houston Texans at Arizona Cardinals

4:00 PM – Cleveland Browns at Green Bay Packers

Thursday, August 19

1:00 PM – New York Giants at New York Jets

11:00 PM – Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills

Friday, August 20

1:00 PM – New England Patriots at Atlanta Falcons

Saturday, August 21

4:00 PM – Philadelphia Eagles at Cincinnati Bengals

7:00 PM – Pittsburgh Steelers at New York Giants — LIVE

10:00 PM – Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks — LIVE

Sunday, August 22

1:00 AM – Houston Texans at New Orleans Saints

4:00 AM – Kansas City Chiefs at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

7:00 AM – New York Jets at Carolina Panthers

10:00 AM – Baltimore Ravens at Washington Redskins

1:00 PM – Detroit Lions at Denver Broncos

4:00 PM – Dallas Cowboys at San Diego Chargers

11:00 PM – Oakland Raiders at Chicago Bears

Monday, August 23

4:00 PM – St. Louis Rams at Cleveland Browns

11:00 PM – Miami Dolphins at Jacksonville Jaguars

Tuesday, August 24

1:00 PM – Minnesota Vikings at San Francisco 49ers

Thursday, August 26

1:00 PM – Arizona Cardinals at Tennessee Titans

11:00 PM – St. Louis Rams at New England Patriots

Friday, August 27

2:00 AM – Indianapolis Colts at Green Bay Packers

11:00 PM – Philadelphia Eagles at Kansas City Chiefs

Saturday, August 28

2:00 AM – Atlanta Falcons at Miami Dolphins

2:00 PM – Washington Redskins at New York Jets

5:00 PM – Cleveland Browns at Detroit Lions — LIVE

11:00 PM – Seattle Seahawks at Minnesota Vikings

Sunday, August 29

2:00 AM – Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills

7:00 AM – San Diego Chargers at New Orleans Saints

10:00 AM – Tennessee Titans at Carolina Panthers

1:00 PM – New York Giants at Baltimore Ravens

4:00 PM – Arizona Cardinals at Chicago Bears

11:00 PM – San Francisco 49ers at Oakland Raiders

Monday, August 30

2:00 AM – Jacksonville Jaguars at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

4:00 PM – Dallas Cowboys at Houston Texans

Wednesday, September 1

1:00 PM – Pittsburgh Steelers at Denver Broncos

Thursday, September 2

7:00 PM – New England Patriots at New York Giants — LIVE

10:00 PM – Washington Redskins at Arizona Cardinals — LIVE

Friday, September 3

1:00 AM – San Diego Chargers at San Francisco 49ers

6:00 AM – Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Houston Texans

9:00 AM – Baltimore Ravens at St. Louis Rams

12:00 PM – Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions

3:00 PM – Denver Broncos at Minnesota Vikings

7:00 PM – Miami Dolphins at Dallas Cowboys

Saturday, September 4

12:00 AM – Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs

7:00 AM – Atlanta Falcons at Jacksonville Jaguars

1:00 PM – Chicago Bears at Cleveland Browns

4:00 PM – New York Jets at Philadelphia Eagles

8:00 PM – Carolina Panthers at Pittsburgh Steelers

11:00 PM – Seattle Seahawks at Oakland Raiders

Sunday, September 5

10:00 AM – New Orleans Saints at Tennessee Titans

1:00 PM – Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts

* Live games on NFL Network and NFL Preseason Live will be blacked out when televised on local stations.  NFL Preseason Live features all the preseason games except the 11 that are televised nationally by NFL network partners.

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