NFL Media Programming Notes: March 24-30

NFL_Network_2012_LogoNFL Network Shows and Scheduled Guests

  • Bracketology: The Greatest Game of All Time
  • Mock Draft Live – Airs Wednesdays at 5:30 PM ET on NFL.com and NFL Now & 9:00 PM ET on NFL Network starting April 1
  • Path to the Draft – Monday-Friday at 6:00 PM ET
  • NFL Total AccessMonday-Saturday at 7:00 PM ET

SHOW HIGHLIGHT: St Louis Rams general manager Les Snead, Buffalo Bills general manager Doug Whaley and Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jason Licht on Tuesday, March 24; NFL VP of Officiating Dean Blandino on Wednesday, March 25

  • NFL AM – Monday-Friday at 6:00 AM ET
  • NFL Now
  • NFL Network’s Day-by-Day Programming
  • NFL.com Content
  • NFL.com Editorial Content
  • NFL.com/CFB247
  • NFL.com Podcast Central
  • NFL Mobile from Verizon
  • NFL Network Live Streaming

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Bracketology: The Greatest Game of All Time

What is the greatest NFL game of all time?

NFL.com’s fourth annual edition of Bracketology seeks to answer the long-standing debate. This year, fans will decide the greatest game of all time by voting at NFL.com/bracketology.

The field of 32 games was decided by a panel of NFL Media analysts and is divided into four brackets. NFL.com’s Bracketology will have five rounds of voting in a typical bracket style format, with the game with the most votes within its matchup at the end of each round advancing to the next round.

Provided below is this year’s Bracketology schedule:

- Quarterfinals – Tuesday, March 24

- Semifinals Friday, March 27

- Finals Wednesday, April 1

- Winner Unveiled Sunday, April 5

Weekdays at 1:00 PM ET through Tuesday, March 31, NFL Network will air 90-miniute NFL’s Greatest Games editions of select games from the bracket. On Thursday, April 2 and Friday, April 3 at 1:00 PM ET, NFL Network will air the full game broadcasts of the two games featured in the Finals, with the winning game revealed Sunday, April 5. The full game broadcast of the game determined by fans to be the greatest NFL game of all time will air Sunday, April 5 at 8:00 PM ET.

Fans will also be able to access all 32 games featured on the original list on NFL Now, and every game will be available in full on NFL.com.

Last year, NFL.com’s Bracketology voted on the greatest quarterback of all time (Johnny Unitas). In 2013, fans voted to determine the greatest team of all time (1976 Oakland Raiders) and in 2012 voted on the greatest play of all time (DeSean Jackson’s walk-off punt return for a touchdown against the New York Giants in 2010).

NFL Mock Draft Live – Wednesdays at 5:30 PM ET on NFL.com & NFL Now and 9:00 PM ET on NFL Network

NFL Mock Draft Live returns for the third consecutive year, airing Wednesdays at 5:30 PM ET on NFL.com and NFL Now, and at 9:00 PM ET on NFL Network, starting April 1.

See which prospects are shooting up the draft board and who’s falling out of the first round. Hosts Matt “Money” Smith and Molly Qerim, and analysts Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks, Lance Zierlein break down the latest mock drafts and player projections leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft in Chicago.

Each week, NFL Mock Draft Live’s experts release new mock drafts and reveal the best player fits for all 32 teams.

Additionally, NFL Mock Draft Live will interact with fans through social media to see “what’s trending” and which players fans want their teams to draft most.

Path to the DraftMonday-Friday at 6:00 PM ET

With the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine in the books, the journey to Chicago and the 2015 NFL Draft continues with the return of NFL Network’s series Path to the Draft.

Path to the Draft airs MondayFriday at 6:00 PM ET on NFL Network and provides in-depth analysis of all the top prospects, live coverage from Pro Days around the country, in-studio appearances and live interviews, and more leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft in Chicago.

NFL Network analysts Daniel Jeremiah, Charles Davis, Curtis Conway, Brian Baldinger and Charley Casserly join host Andrew Siciliano to delve into all 32 NFL team needs, break down which players can help each team and discuss where in the draft teams can select the players to help them next season.

Additionally, NFL Network’s draft expert Mike Mayock travels to each of the top Pro Days to provide on-location analysis and interviews.

NFL Total AccessMonday-Friday at 7:00 PM ET

NFL Total Access airs at 7:00 PM ET MondayFriday on NFL Network.

Tuesday, March 24

  • Hosts: Dan Hellie & Amber Theoharis
  • Analysts: Michael Robinson, Heath Evans
  • Guest: St. Louis Rams general manager Les Snead, Buffalo Bills general manager Doug Whaley and Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jason Licht

Wednesday, March 25

  • Hosts: Dan Hellie & Amber Theoharis
  • Analysts: Nate Burleson, Heath Evans
  • Guest: NFL VP of Officiating Dean Blandino

Thursday, March 26

  • Hosts: Scott Hanson & Lindsay Rhodes
  • Analysts: Nate Burleson, Heath Evans

Friday, March 27

  • Hosts: Scott Hanson & Lindsay Rhodes
  • Analysts: Nate Burleson, Heath Evans

NFL AM – Daily Episodes at 6:00 AM ET; Re-Aires at 10:00 AM ET

Start the day off with the NFL. NFL AM airs MondayFriday at 6:00 AM ET offering analysis, reports from correspondents in several NFL cities, interviews with players and coaches, and game highlights. A two-hour edition of NFL AM airs MondayFriday starting at 10:00 AM ET.

Hosts Rhett Lewis and Erin Coscarelli are joined by analysts Eric Davis and LaVar Arrington each morning, setting the football conversation for the day.

NFL Now

NFL Now is the League’s next-generation video service, providing fans access to the largest digital library of NFL video anywhere, accessible through apps and browsers across an array of Internet-connected devices. Offered for free with a premium tier, NFL Now allows fans to customize their own video stream of short-form videos and highlights from NFL Media and all 32 NFL clubs.

The NFL…Personalized: Fans can select their favorite NFL teams and players and upload their NFL.com Fantasy roster, and NFL Now dynamically personalizes each fan’s viewing experience. The customization grows over time, as the content engine learns each fan’s preferences and fine tunes the video stream, to the point where no two registered fans will have the same experience on NFL Now.

Provided below is a weekly schedule of NFL Now content:

  • Live streaming events and select news conferences
  • Michael Fabiano personalized fantasy analysis
  • Daily, personalized NFL analysis from Brian Billick, Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah, Brian Baldinger, Bucky Brooks and others
  • Instant in-game highlights for every game as wells as a personalized highlight Game Center for NFL.com fantasy leagues
  • In-depth analysis for all 32 teams every day
  • 1,200 new NFL Club-produced segments available per week
  • Over 1,000 NFL Films titles available on NFL Now Plus

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NFL Editorial Content – Daily on NFL.com

  • Michael Silver

o    To read his columns: http://on.nfl.com/1lwmZ3q

  • Judy Battista

o   To read her other columns: http://on.nfl.com/17S17El

  • NFL.com’s Around the NFL Blog

o    Get the latest news & information from around the league with NFL.com’s Around the NFL blog

o    Follow on Twitter: @AroundTheNFL

Catch all of NFL Media’s writers work here:  http://www.nfl.com/news

NFL.com’s College Football 24/7

Get all of the latest news and analysis leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft with NFL Media’s College Football 24/7 online, on Twitter and on the podcast.

NFL.com/CFB247 provides the latest Mock Drafts, analysis and news from NFL Media’s stable of analysts, including Mike Mayock, Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Lance Zierlein.

Additionally, @NFL_CFB on Twitter provides the latest insight leading up to the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine and Draft.

Download the College Football 24/7 Podcast on NFL.com and iTunes for more news and analysis.

NFL.com Presents Six Weekly Podcasts

  • Dave Dameshek Football Program
  • Around the NFL
  • The Coaches Show   
  • NFL Fantasy Live
  • Move The Sticks

To listen to all six of NFL.com’s podcasts, visit:

http://www.nfl.com/podcast

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NFL Network Programming Schedule

Day-by-Day Programming Schedule:

To view the entire NFL Network programming schedule, please visit: http://www.nfl.com/nflnetwork/networkschedule

NFL Mobile from Verizon

With NFL Mobile from Verizon watch every post season game including the 2015 Pro Bowl & Super Bowl XLIX live right on your smartphone, included with the MORE Everything Plan or an NFL Mobile premium subscription at $5/month. Learn more at NFL.com/mobile or download NFL Mobile from VZW at the Windows, iOS, Android, and Blackberry app stores.

NFL Network Live Streaming

Watch NFL Network anytime, anywhere at NFL.com/Watch.  Live streaming is accessible on PCs, tablets and Xbox for authenticated NFL Network subscribers via AT&T U-verse, Charter, Cox, DirecTV, Dish, Optimum, Verizon FiOS and many more distributors.  In addition, Verizon Wireless customers can access live streaming on smartphones via NFL Mobile.  Learn more by going to www.NFL.com/watch

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Bracketology: The Greatest Game of All Time — Fans to Determine the Greatest NFL Game of All Time

NFL_Network_2012_LogoFourth Annual NFL.com ‘Bracketology’ Begins Monday, March 16

32 Games Divided Into Four Brackets

Fans Can Access All 32 Games Featured on NFL Now

What is the greatest NFL game of all time?

NFL.com’s fourth annual edition of Bracketology seeks to answer the long-standing debate. Starting Monday, March 16, fans will decide the greatest game of all time by voting at NFL.com/bracketology.

The field of 32 games was decided by a panel of NFL Media analysts and is divided into four brackets. NFL.com’s Bracketology will have five rounds of voting in a typical bracket style format, with the game with the most votes within its matchup at the end of each round advancing to the next round.

Provided below is this year’s Bracketology schedule:

Launch – Monday, March 16

- Round of 16 – Friday, March 20

- Quarterfinals – Tuesday, March 24

- Semifinals – Friday, March 27

- Finals – Wednesday, April 1

- Winner Unveiled – Sunday, April 5

Starting TODAY at 1:00 PM ET, and airing weekdays through Tuesday, March 31, NFL Network will air 90-miniute NFL’s Greatest Games editions of select games from the bracket. On Thursday, April 2 and Friday, April 3 at 1:00 PM ET, NFL Network will air the full game broadcasts of the two games featured in the Finals, with the winning game revealed Sunday, April 5. The full game broadcast of the game determined by fans to be the greatest NFL game of all time will air Sunday, April 5 at 8:00 PM ET.

Fans will also be able to access all 32 games featured on the original list on NFL Now, and every game will be available in full on NFL.com.

Last year, NFL.com’s Bracketology voted on the greatest quarterback of all time (Johnny Unitas). In 2013, fans voted to determine the greatest team of all time (1976 Oakland Raiders) and in 2012 voted on the greatest play of all time (DeSean Jackson’s walk-off punt return for a touchdown against the New York Giants in 2010).

Provided below are the matchups in the four brackets that fans will vote on:

Dynasty Makers

  1. 1981 NFC Championship Game – Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ers
  2. 1983 NFC Championship Game – San Francisco 49ers vs. Washington Redskins
  1. 1967 NFL Championship (The Ice Bowl) – Dallas Cowboys vs. Green Bay Packers
  2. 1971 AFC Divisional Round Game – Miami Dolphins vs. Kansas City Chiefs
  1. Super Bowl XIII – Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Dallas Cowboys
  2. 1992 AFC Wild Card Game – Houston Oilers vs. Buffalo Bills
  1. Super Bowl XXXVI – St. Louis Rams vs. New England Patriots
  2. 1992 NFC Championship Game – Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ers

Individual Heroics

  1. 1981 AFC Divisional Round Game – San Diego Chargers vs. Miami Dolphins
  2. 2010 NFC Wild Card Game – New Orleans Saints vs. Seattle Seahawks
  1. 1986 AFC Championship Game (The Drive) – Denver Broncos vs. Cleveland Browns
  2. 2009 NFC Wild Card Game – Green Bay Packers vs. Arizona Cardinals
  1. Super Bowl XLII – New York Giants vs. New England Patriots
  2. 1975 NFC Divisional Round Game – Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings
  1. Super Bowl XLIII – Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Arizona Cardinals
  2. Super Bowl III – New York Jets vs. Indianapolis Colts

Crazy Endings

  1. Super Bowl XXV – New York Giants vs. Buffalo Bills
  2. Week 15, 2010 (Miracle at the New Meadowlands) – Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants
  1. 1987 AFC Championship Game (The Fumble) – Cleveland Browns vs. Denver Broncos
  2. 1972 AFC Divisional Round Game – Oakland Raiders vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
  1. Super Bowl XLIX – Seattle Seahawks vs. New England Patriots
  2. Week 8, 2000 Monday Night Football – Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets
  1. 2001 AFC Divisional Round Game (The Tuck Rule) – Oakland Raiders vs. New England Patriots
  2. 1998 NFC Wild Card Game – Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49ers

Great from the Get-Go

  1. 1958 NFL Championship – Baltimore Colts vs. New York Giants
  2. 2006 AFC Championship Game – New England Patriots vs. Indianapolis Colts
  1. 1966 NFL Championship – Green Bay Packers vs. Dallas Cowboys
  2. 1986 AFC Divisional Round Game – New York Jets at Cleveland Browns
  1. 1977 AFC Divisional Round Game (Ghost to the Post) – Oakland Raiders vs. Baltimore Colts
  2. 2011 NFC Divisional Round Game – New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers
  1. 1980 NFC Divisional Round Game – Dallas Cowboys at Atlanta Falcons
  2. 1990 NFC Championship Game – New York Giants at San Francisco 49ers

ABOUT NFL NETWORK

 

Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.

Currently in more than 72 million homes, NFL Network has carriage agreements with each of the country’s largest television providers including Comcast, DirecTV, DISH Network, Cablevision, Cox, Charter, Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS and AT&T U-Verse.

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can also be streamed live on the NFL Mobile from Verizon app (NFL.com/mobile), the NFL app delivered on XBOX from Microsoft, and through Watch NFL Network (NFL.com/watch), with participating cable and satellite providers. For more information, log on to NFL.com/nflnetwork.  NFL.com is the exclusive internet home of NFL Network.

– NFL MEDIA –

NFL Media Programming Notes: March 10-16

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  • NFL Network Shows and Scheduled Guests

For a full description of each show, please click the show’s link

SHOW HIGHLIGHT: Free agent running back Justin Forsett, Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy and retired NFL running back Maurice Jones-Drew TONIGHT

SHOW HIGHLIGHT: Special two-hour edition Thursday at 4:00 PM ET providing live coverage of Oregon Pro Day

SHOW HIGHLIGHT: Free agent running back Justin Forsett on TONIGHT; Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart on Wednesday, March 11

  • NFL AMMonday-Friday at 6:00 AM ET

SHOW HIGHLIGHT: Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart on Wednesday, March 11; Indianapolis Colts tight end Dwayne Allen on Thursday, March 12

  • NFL.com Content

SHOW HIGHLIGHT: Former NFL quarterback David Garrard on the Move the Sticks Podcast; Free agent running back Justin Forsett on the Dave Dameshek Football Program

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Top 20 Games of 2014 – Nightly at 8:00 PM ET

There were 267 games played during the 2014 NFL regular season and postseason. NFL Media counts down the shootouts and closely-contested matchups behind the season’s best games.

This week, NFL Media continues to count down the 20 best games of 2014. 14 games have been revealed so far with the top six remaining. Today, NFL.com revealed the No. 7 and No. 8 games that will air on NFL Network TONIGHT at 8:00 and 8:30 PM ET.

NFL.com will continue to reveal two games a day at nfl.com/top20games through Friday, March 13. Each night, Game Rewind delivers a condensed 30-minute version of all the top series, drives and plays from each game that will air on NFL Network at 8:00 and 8:30 PM ET.

Free Agency Frenzy 2015 – TODAY and TONIGHT from 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM ET

NFL Media is the go-to destination for the most comprehensive coverage and analysis of the 2015 NFL free agency period. With 27 hosts, analysts and reporters providing up-to-the-minute updates on the latest player movement and NFL.com’s Free Agency Tracker, NFL Network, NFL.com, NFL Now and NFL Mobile from Verizon have fans covered no matter where they are.

Starting TODAY and continuing TOMORROW NFL Network provides the latest news and in-depth analysis on the players hitting the free agency market. Nine hours of coverage starts at 10:00 AM ET and continues until 7:00 PM ET leading into NFL Total Access: Free Agency Frenzy 2015.

Former NFL players such as LaDainian Tomlinson, Willie McGinest, Shaun O’Hara, Heath Evans, Nate Burleson, Solomon Wilcots, Jamie Dukes and Brian Baldinger, former NFL head coach Brian Billick, former Super Bowl-winning general manager Charley Casserly, and former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah provide their insight into the free agency process. Additionally, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, NFL Media’s Mike Silver and Steve Wyche, and NFL Network reporters stationed at team facilities around the league have the latest news developments. Throughout each day’s coverage, Chris Rose, Andrew SicilianoScott HansonDan Hellie and Amber Theoharis rotate as hosts.

The following guest will join the show this week:

  • Tonight – Running backs Justin Forsett, LeSean McCoy and Maurice Jones-Drew

Path to the DraftMonday-Friday at 6:00 PM ET

With the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine in the books, the journey to Chicago and the 2015 NFL Draft continues with the return of NFL Network’s series Path to the Draft.

Path to the Draft airs MondayFriday at 6:00 PM ET on NFL Network and provides in-depth analysis of all the top prospects, live coverage from Pro Days around the country, in-studio appearances and live interviews, and more leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft in Chicago.

NFL Network analysts Daniel Jeremiah, Charles Davis, Curtis Conway, Brian Baldinger and Charley Casserly join host Andrew Siciliano to delve into all 32 NFL team needs, break down which players can help each team and discuss where in the draft teams can select the players to help them next season.

Additionally, NFL Network’s draft expert Mike Mayock travels to each of the top Pro Days to provide on-location analysis and interviews.

On Thursday, a special two-hour edition of Path to the Draft airs at 4:00 PM ET providing live coverage from the Oregon Pro Day.

NFL Total AccessMonday-Friday at 7:00 PM ET

NFL Total Access airs at 7:00 PM ET MondayFriday on NFL Network.

Tuesday, March 10

  • Hosts: Dan Hellie & Amber Theoharis
  • Analysts: Willie McGinest, Shaun O’Hara, Michael Robinson, Charley Casserly, Michael Silver, Steve Wyche, Daniel Jeremiah
  • Guest: Free agent running back Justin Forsett

Wednesday, March 11

  • Hosts: Dan Hellie & Amber Theoharis
  • Analysts: Willie McGinest, Shaun O’Hara, Michael Robinson
  • Guest: Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart

Thursday, March 12

  • Hosts: Dan Hellie & Amber Theoharis
  • Analysts: Heath Evans, Shaun O’Hara

Friday, March 13

  • Hosts: Dan Hellie & Amber Theoharis
  • Analysts: Heath Evans, Shaun O’Hara

NFL AM – Daily Episodes at 6:00 AM ET; Re-Aires at 10:00 AM ET

Start the day off with the NFL. NFL AM airs MondayFriday at 6:00 AM ET offering analysis, reports from correspondents in several NFL cities, interviews with players and coaches, and game highlights. A two-hour edition of NFL AM airs MondayFriday starting at 10:00 AM ET.

Hosts Rhett Lewis and Erin Coscarelli are joined by analysts Eric Davis and LaVar Arrington each morning, setting the football conversation for the day.

The following guest will join the show this week:

  • Wednesday – Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart
  • Thursday – Indianapolis Colts tight end Dwayne Allen

Additionally, NFL AM is counting down the top 100 plays of 2014 with the help of the viewers. To vote for the top 100 plays of the year, visit http://www.nfl.com/top100plays. Voting closes Friday, March 13.

NFL Now

NFL Now is the League’s next-generation video service, providing fans access to the largest digital library of NFL video anywhere, accessible through apps and browsers across an array of Internet-connected devices. Offered for free with a premium tier, NFL Now allows fans to customize their own video stream of short-form videos and highlights from NFL Media and all 32 NFL clubs.

The NFL…Personalized: Fans can select their favorite NFL teams and players and upload their NFL.com Fantasy roster, and NFL Now dynamically personalizes each fan’s viewing experience. The customization grows over time, as the content engine learns each fan’s preferences and fine tunes the video stream, to the point where no two registered fans will have the same experience on NFL Now.

Provided below is a weekly schedule of NFL Now content:

  • Live streaming events and select news conferences
  • Michael Fabiano personalized fantasy analysis
  • Daily, personalized NFL analysis from Brian Billick, Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah, Brian Baldinger, Bucky Brooks and others
  • Instant in-game highlights for every game as wells as a personalized highlight Game Center for NFL.com fantasy leagues
  • In-depth analysis for all 32 teams every day
  • 1,200 new NFL Club-produced segments available per week
  • Over 1,000 NFL Films titles available on NFL Now Plus

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NFL Editorial Content – Daily on NFL.com

  • Michael Silver

o    To read his columns: http://on.nfl.com/1lwmZ3q

  • Judy Battista

o   To read her other columns: http://on.nfl.com/17S17El

  • Elliot Harrison’s Weekly Power Rankings

o   Every Tuesday, Elliott Harrison ranks NFL teams from No. 1 through No. 32 in his weekly power rankings. His power rankings will be a staple on NFL Network and NFL Digital Media’s programming throughout the week.

o   To view the weekly power rankings: http://on.nfl.com/17CaPue

  • NFL.com’s Around the NFL Blog

o    Get the latest news & information from around the league with NFL.com’s Around the NFL blog

o    Follow on Twitter: @AroundTheNFL

Catch all of NFL Media’s writers work here:  http://www.nfl.com/news

NFL.com’s College Football 24/7

Get all of the latest news and analysis leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft with NFL Media’s College Football 24/7 online, on Twitter and on the podcast.

NFL.com/CFB247 provides the latest Mock Drafts, analysis and news from NFL Media’s stable of analysts, including Mike Mayock, Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Lance Zierlein.

Additionally, @NFL_CFB on Twitter provides the latest insight leading up to the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine and Draft.

Download the College Football 24/7 Podcast on NFL.com and iTunes for more news and analysis.

NFL.com Presents Six Weekly Podcasts

  • Dave Dameshek Football Program – free agent running back Justin Forsett
  • Around the NFL
  • The Coaches Show   
  • College Football 24/7
  • NFL Fantasy Live
  • Move The Sticks – former NFL quarterback David Garrard  

To listen to all six of NFL.com’s podcasts, visit:

http://www.nfl.com/podcast

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NFL Network Programming Schedule 

 Day-by-Day Programming Schedule:

To view the entire NFL Network programming schedule, please visit: http://www.nfl.com/nflnetwork/networkschedule

NFL Mobile from Verizon

With NFL Mobile from Verizon watch every post season game including the 2015 Pro Bowl & Super Bowl XLIX live right on your smartphone, included with the MORE Everything Plan or an NFL Mobile premium subscription at $5/month. Learn more at NFL.com/mobile or download NFL Mobile from VZW at the Windows, iOS, Android, and Blackberry app stores.

NFL Network Live Streaming

Watch NFL Network anytime, anywhere at NFL.com/Watch.  Live streaming is accessible on PCs, tablets and Xbox for authenticated NFL Network subscribers via AT&T U-verse, Charter, Cox, DirecTV, Dish, Optimum, Verizon FiOS and many more distributors.  In addition, Verizon Wireless customers can access live streaming on smartphones via NFL Mobile.  Learn more by going to www.NFL.com/watch

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‘Free Agency Frenzy 2015′ — NFL Media Provides Complete Around-the-Clock Free Agency Coverage

NFL_Network_2012_LogoNFL Network’s Free Agency Coverage Kicks Off Monday, March 9 at 7:00 PM ET & ‘Free Agency Frenzy 2015’ Provides 9 Hours of Live Coverage Tuesday & Wednesday March 10-11 Starting at 10:00 AM ET

Fans Can Track All Player Movement With NFL.com & NFL Mobile’s ‘Free Agency Tracker’

NFL Media is the go-to destination for the most comprehensive coverage and analysis of the 2015 NFL free agency period. With 27 hosts, analysts and reporters providing up-to-the-minute updates on the latest player movement and NFL.com’s Free Agency Tracker, NFL Network, NFL.com, NFL Now and NFL Mobile from Verizon have fans covered no matter where they are.

NFL Network’s coverage begins Monday, March 9 at 7:00 PM ET with NFL Total Access: Free Agency Frenzy 2015, and continues Tuesday, March 10 and Wednesday, March 11 with nine-hour editions of Free Agency Frenzy 2015, beginning each day at 10:00 AM ET.

Special two-hour editions of NFL Total Access air Tuesday and Wednesday at 7:00 PM ET, recapping the day’s action thus far and providing breaking news as it happens. Each morning, NFL AM airs live at 6:00 AM ET providing the first news reports and analysis of the day.

Former NFL players such as LaDainian Tomlinson, Willie McGinest, Shaun O’Hara, Heath Evans, Nate Burleson, Solomon Wilcots, Jamie Dukes and Brian Baldinger, former NFL head coach Brian Billick, former Super Bowl-winning general manager Charley Casserly, and former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah provide their insight into the free agency process. Additionally, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, NFL Media’s Mike Silver and Steve Wyche, and NFL Network reporters stationed at team facilities around the league have the latest news developments. Throughout each day’s coverage, Chris Rose, Andrew Siciliano, Scott Hanson, Dan Hellie and Amber Theoharis rotate as hosts.

On NFL.com and NFL Mobile, fans can track all of the player movement in real time and read the latest reports on where players might land with NFL.com’s Free Agency Tracker, which includes NFL.com’s Around the NFL top 101-ranked free agents and recent signings with the ability to sort by player name, position and favorite team. NFL.com is the ultimate destination for information regarding free agents throughout the league. To view NFL.com’s Free Agency Tracker, visit http://www.nfl.com/freeagency.

Also, NFL.com’s Around the NFL blog (http://www.nfl.com/news) and Twitter account (@AroundTheNFL) offer the latest news reports and free agency analysis.

NFL Now – the League’s next generation video service – provides analysis on all roster moves and needs for all 32 NFL teams.

Exclusively for Verizon customers, NFL Mobile offers live streams of NFL Network’s Free Agency Frenzy for total coverage of the latest free agency news. All the latest updates from the League are available on smartphones for fans on the go.

Access to the live stream is included at no extra charge with The MORE Everything Plan from Verizon. Customers not on The More Everything Plan  can subscribe to NFL Mobile Premium for $5/month. For more information, visit vzw.com/nfl. Data usage applies for app download and use. Available on iOS, Android, Windows 8, and Blackberry devices.

Provided below is a complete talent schedule of NFL Network’s Free Agency Frenzy coverage:

Tuesday, March 10

10:00 AM – 1:00 PM ET

  • Main Set: Andrew Siciliano, Solomon Wilcots, Brian Baldinger
  • Boardroom: Charley Casserly, Steve Wyche, Daniel Jeremiah, Mike Silver
  • Newsroom: Ian Rapoport

1:00 – 4:00 PM ET

  • Main Set: Chris Rose, Heath Evans, Jamie Dukes
  • Boardroom: Casserly, Wyche, Jeremiah, Silver
  • Newsroom: Rapoport

4:00 – 7:00 PM ET

  • Main Set: Scott Hanson, Brian Billick, LaDainian Tomlinson
  • Boardroom: Casserly, Wyche, Jeremiah, Silver
  • Newsroom: Rapoport

7:00 – 9:00 PM ET

  • NFL Total Access: Dan Hellie, Amber Theoharis, Willie McGinest, Shaun O’Hara, Nate Burleson, Casserly, Wyche, Jeremiah, Silver

Wednesday, March 11

10:00 AM – 1:00 PM ET

  • Main Set: Siciliano, Wilcots, Baldinger
  • Boardroom: Casserly, Wyche, Jeremiah, Silver
  • Newsroom: Rapoport

1:00 – 4:00 PM ET

  • Main Set: Rose, Evans, Dukes
  • Boardroom: Casserly, Wyche, Jeremiah, Silver
  • Newsroom: Rapoport

4:00 – 7:00 PM ET

  • Main Set: Hanson, Billick, Tomlinson
  • Boardroom: Casserly, Wyche, Jeremiah, Silver
  • Newsroom: Rapoport

7:00 – 9:00 PM ET

  • NFL Total Access: Hellie, Theoharis, McGinest, O’Hara, Burleson

Reporters at Team Facilities:

  • Judy Battista
  • Tiffany Blackmon
  • Albert Breer
  • Alex Flanagan
  • Kim Jones
  • Aditi Kinkhabwala
  • Desmond Purnell
  • Omar Ruiz

ABOUT NFL NETWORK

 

Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.

Currently in more than 72 million homes, NFL Network has carriage agreements with each of the country’s largest television providers including Comcast, DirecTV, DISH Network, Cablevision, Cox, Charter, Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS and AT&T U-Verse.

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can also be streamed live on the NFL Mobile from Verizon app (NFL.com/mobile), the NFL app delivered on XBOX from Microsoft, and through Watch NFL Network (NFL.com/watch), with participating cable and satellite providers. For more information, log on to NFL.com/nflnetwork.  NFL.com is the exclusive internet home of NFL Network.

– NFL MEDIA –

NFL Media Programming Notes: February 24 – March 1

NFL_Network_2012_LogoNFL Network Shows and Scheduled Guests

For a full description of each show, please click the show’s link

SHOW HIGHLIGHT: New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung on Friday, February 27

  • NFL.com Content

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Path to the Draft – TONIGHT at 6:00 PM ET

With the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine in the books, the journey to Chicago and the 2015 NFL Draft continues with the return of NFL Network’s series Path to the Draft.

Starting tonight at 6:00 PM ET and airing Monday-Friday on NFL Network, Path to the Draft provides in-depth analysis of all the top prospects, live coverage from Pro Days around the country, in-studio appearances and live interviews, and more leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft in Chicago.

NFL Network analysts Daniel Jeremiah, Charles Davis, Curtis Conway, Brian Baldinger and Charley Casserly join host Andrew Siciliano to delve into all 32 NFL team needs, break down which players can help each team and discuss where in the draft teams can select the players to help them next season.

Additionally, NFL Network’s draft expert Mike Mayock travels to each of the top Pro Days to provide on-location analysis and interviews.

NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers Week on NFL Network

Throughout the week, NFL Network celebrates the NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers by replaying some of his best games from throughout the season.

Here is the remaining schedule for the week:

Today

  • 8:00 PM ET: Week 10 Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers
  • 8:30 PM ET: Week 11 Philadelphia Eagles vs. Green Bay Packers

Wednesday, February 25

  • 8:00 PM ET: Week 13 New England Patriots vs. Green Bay Packers

Thursday, February 26

  • 8:00 PM ET: Week 17 Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers

Friday, February 27

  • 8:00 PM ET: Divisional Round Dallas Cowboys vs. Green Bay Packers

Saturday, February 28

  • 1:00 PM ET: Week 10 Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers
  • 1:30 PM ET: Week 11 Philadelphia Eagles vs. Green Bay Packers
  • 2:00 PM ET: Week 13 New England Patriots vs. Green Bay Packers
  • 3:00 PM ET: Week 17 Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers
  • 4:00 PM ET: Divisional Round Dallas Cowboys vs. Green Bay Packers

NFL Total AccessMonday-Friday at 7:00 PM ET

NFL Total Access airs at 7:00 PM ET MondayFriday on NFL Network.

Tuesday, February 24

  • Hosts: Dan Hellie & Amber Theoharis
  • Analysts: LaDainian Tomlinson, Heath Evans

Wednesday, February 25

  • Hosts: Amber Theoharis
  • Analysts: LaDainian Tomlinson, Heath Evans

Thursday, February 26 

  • Hosts: Dan Hellie & Lindsay Rhodes
  • Analysts: Willie McGinest, Heath Evans

Friday, February 27

  • Hosts: Dan Hellie & Lindsay Rhodes
  • Analysts: Willie McGinest, Heath Evans
  • Guest: New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung

A Football Life Marathon – Starting Sunday, March 1 at 8:00 AM ET

Starting Sunday, March 1 at 8:00 AM ET NFL Network airs back-to-back episodes of A Football Life all day on NFL Network. The following episodes will be shown:

  • Earl Campbell: A Football Life
  • Brandon Marshall: A Football Life
  • Warren Moon: A Football Life
  • Eric Dickerson: A Football Life
  • The Perfect Backfield: A Football Life
  • Terrell Davis: A Football Life
  • Sean Taylor: A Football Life
  • Ricky Williams: A Football Life
  • Joe Greene: A Football Life
  • Doug Flutie: A Football Life
  • McCardell & Smith: A Football Life
  • Butkus & Sayers: A Football Life
  • Roger Staubach: A Football Life
  • Lyle Alzado: A Football Life
  • The 2006 Rose Bowl: A Football Life
  • Joe Namath Pt. I: A Football Life
  • Joe Namath Pt. II: A Football Life
  • Bill Walsh: A Football Life

NFL Now

NFL Now is the League’s next-generation video service, providing fans access to the largest digital library of NFL video anywhere, accessible through apps and browsers across an array of Internet-connected devices. Offered for free with a premium tier, NFL Now allows fans to customize their own video stream of short-form videos and highlights from NFL Media and all 32 NFL clubs.

The NFL…Personalized: Fans can select their favorite NFL teams and players and upload their NFL.com Fantasy roster, and NFL Now dynamically personalizes each fan’s viewing experience. The customization grows over time, as the content engine learns each fan’s preferences and fine tunes the video stream, to the point where no two registered fans will have the same experience on NFL Now.

Provided below is a weekly schedule of NFL Now content:

  • Live streaming events and select news conferences
  • Michael Fabiano personalized fantasy analysis
  • Daily, personalized NFL analysis from Brian Billick, Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah, Brian Baldinger, Bucky Brooks and others
  • Instant in-game highlights for every game as wells as a personalized highlight Game Center for NFL.com fantasy leagues
  • In-depth analysis for all 32 teams every day
  • 1,200 new NFL Club-produced segments available per week
  • Over 1,000 NFL Films titles available on NFL Now Plus

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NFL Editorial Content – Daily on NFL.com

  • Michael Silver

o    To read his columns: http://on.nfl.com/1lwmZ3q

  • Judy Battista

o   To read her other columns: http://on.nfl.com/17S17El

  • Elliot Harrison’s Weekly Power Rankings

o   Every Tuesday, Elliott Harrison ranks NFL teams from No. 1 through No. 32 in his weekly power rankings. His power rankings will be a staple on NFL Network and NFL Digital Media’s programming throughout the week.

o   To view the weekly power rankings: http://on.nfl.com/17CaPue

  • NFL.com’s Around the NFL Blog

o    Get the latest news & information from around the league with NFL.com’s Around the NFL blog

o    Follow on Twitter: @AroundTheNFL

Catch all of NFL Media’s writers work here:  http://www.nfl.com/news

NFL.com’s College Football 24/7

Get all of the latest news and analysis leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft with NFL Media’s College Football 24/7 online, on Twitter and on the podcast.

NFL.com/CFB247 provides the latest Mock Drafts, analysis and news from NFL Media’s stable of analysts, including Mike Mayock, Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Lance Zierlein.

Additionally, @NFL_CFB on Twitter provides the latest insight leading up to the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine and Draft.

Download the College Football 24/7 Podcast on NFL.com and iTunes for more news and analysis.

NFL.com Presents Six Weekly Podcasts

  • Dave Dameshek Football Program
  • Around the NFL
  • The Coaches Show   
  • College Football 24/7
  • NFL Fantasy Live
  • Move The Sticks

To listen to all six of NFL.com’s podcasts, visit:

http://www.nfl.com/podcast

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NFL Network Programming Schedule

Day-by-Day Programming Schedule:

To view the entire NFL Network programming schedule, please visit: http://www.nfl.com/nflnetwork/networkschedule

NFL Mobile from Verizon

With NFL Mobile from Verizon watch every post season game including the 2015 Pro Bowl & Super Bowl XLIX live right on your smartphone, included with the MORE Everything Plan or an NFL Mobile premium subscription at $5/month. Learn more at NFL.com/mobile or download NFL Mobile from VZW at the Windows, iOS, Android, and Blackberry app stores.

NFL Network Live Streaming

Watch NFL Network anytime, anywhere at NFL.com/Watch.  Live streaming is accessible on PCs, tablets and Xbox for authenticated NFL Network subscribers via AT&T U-verse, Charter, Cox, DirecTV, Dish, Optimum, Verizon FiOS and many more distributors.  In addition, Verizon Wireless customers can access live streaming on smartphones via NFL Mobile.  Learn more by going to www.NFL.com/watch

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NFL Media Offers Expansive Coverage of the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine

nfl-mediaLive Coverage of Combine Drills Begins Friday, February 20 at 9:00 AM ET

Coverage of Combine Press Conferences Live at 2:00 PM ET on Wednesday & Thursday February 18-19

‘NFL Scouting Combine LIVE’ Streams on NFL.com, NFL Now & NFL Mobile Friday, February 20 – Monday, February 23 at 9:00 AM ET

‘NFL AM’ & ‘NFL Total Access’ Live From Indianapolis

For the 11th year, NFL Media provides exclusive multi-platform coverage of the league’s next generation of talent with more than 45 hours of live coverage of the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine Presented by Under Armour. Beginning Wednesday, February  18, NFL Network, NFL.com, NFL Now and NFL Mobile broadcast live from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, providing an up-close look at Heisman Trophy Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston and the rest of the more than 330 NFL prospects looking to take the next step in their careers.

NFL Media features a 26-man roster of talent to cover the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine, including NFL Draft experts Mike Mayock, Charles Davis and Daniel Jeremiah. Additionally, former NFL head coaches Steve Mariucci and Brian Billick, and former NFL scout Bucky Brooks each lend their insight into the Combine process gained from several years of experience in the field.

This year for the first time, live coverage of on-field workouts will begin on Friday, February 20 with the offensive linemen and tight ends rather than Saturday as in years past. Live coverage continues with the running backs, quarterbacks and wide receivers on Saturday, February 21, linebackers and defensive linemen on Sunday, February 22 and defensive backs on Monday, February 23. Coverage of workouts begins each day at 9:00 AM ET.

Rich Eisen anchors NFL Network’s coverage of the on-field workouts, joined by Mayock and NFL Network’s team of analysts. Expert commentary includes Shaun O’Hara on offensive linemen (Friday), Kurt Warner on quarterbacks (Saturday), Michael Irvin on wide receivers (Saturday), Marshall Faulk on running backs (Saturday), Willie McGinest on linebackers (Sunday), and Deion Sanders on defensive backs (Monday). Tennessee Titans offensive tackle Taylor Lewan joins NFL Network’s coverage of the offensive linemen drills Friday, February 20 and Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall joins on Monday, February 23 for coverage of the defensive back drills. Additionally, running back Chris Johnson joins NFL Network’s coverage on Saturday, February 21 via Skype before prospects aim to break his 40-yard dash record.

Throughout the week, Davis, Jeremiah, Mariucci, Billick and host Chris Rose provide further analysis, while NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network reporter Kimberly Jones are on the scene in Indianapolis with the latest news reports from around the league. Additionally, Rhett Lewis and LaVar Arrington provide live reports from Indianapolis for NFL AM on beginning Wednesday at 6:00 AM ET, and Dan Hellie and Brian Baldinger check in from Indianapolis for NFL Total Access Friday, February 20Sunday, February 22 at 7:00 PM ET.

Coverage of the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine begins Wednesday, February 18 and Thursday, February 19 at 2:00 PM ET with NFL Total Access Scouting Combine Press Conferences from Lucas Oil Stadium.

NFL Network’s live coverage of the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine can also be accessed on mobile phones and tablets exclusively through NFL Mobile From Verizon, as well as other digital platforms such as Watch NFL Network (tablet + PC), NFL on Xbox (Xbox One & Windows 8 devices) and NFL.com/Watch.

For the 11th year, the Combine will conclude with Rich Eisen’s annual 40-yard dash in his trademark suit and Under Armour shoes. This year, he will be looking to best his Personal Record of 5.98 seconds, which he clocked at last year’s Combine. Also, this year’s ‘Run Rich Run’ will benefit the NFL PLAY 60 relationship with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Fans can participate and show their support while flexing their own creativity by submitting videos of themselves running the 40-yard dash. Along with their submissions, fans will be encouraged to donate money to help support the lifesaving mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, ensuring families never receive a bill for treatment, travel, housing or food, and can focus on what matters most – helping their child live.

To submit videos of themselves running the 40 and to support NFL PLAY’s collaboration 60 along with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, fans can visit: NFL.com/RunRichRun. Fans can also submit ‘Run Rich Run’ videos via Twitter using the following hashtags: #RunRichRun #StJude.

NFL Network’s coverage of the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine features the following technological enhancements:

  • NFLN-Focus Camera Technology: A high-speed camera that allows moving targets to stay in the camera frame longer, highlighting the smallest details. It will have a tremendous presence in coverage of the 40-yard dash, both at the start and finish line, and will also be used in other events including the vertical and broad jumps, three-cone and position drills
  • Simulcam Camera Technology: For the seventh year at the NFL Scouting Combine, the Simulcam provides an unparalleled, in-depth comparison and analysis of the position, style, speed and trajectory of competitors through the use of background recognition and camera-matching technology. Simulcam will be a key contributor to NFL Network’s 40-yard dash coverage
  • Cablecam Technology: The Cablecam returns to offer a unique overhead view which gives viewers a new way of following each drill and a more intimate feeling that they are present in Indianapolis
  • New Comparative Analytics Technology: For the first in NFL history, viewers will be able to see how draft prospects measure up against established NFL players. With the help of Reality Check Systems (RCS), NFL Media’s coverage of the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine will feature cutting-edge graphics, transforming player attributes and performance data into comparative analytics graphics that illustrate which NFL players most closely resemble draft players – from physical characteristics to performance. Through a unique algorithm, NFL Media’s coverage of the Combine will generate the NFL player with the statistics that best match the prospect and then display the results as graphics

Located on NFL Media’s digital properties, fans can follow all of the action of NFL Scouting Combine LIVE on any of their connected devices. Each day, fans can get wall-to-wall coverage of NFL Scouting Combine LIVE on NFL.com, NFL Now and NFL Mobile. NFL Scouting Combine LIVE features a single broadcast spread across three different desks. Matt “Money” Smith and Bucky Brooks provide coverage off all the drills and workouts, along with Akbar Gbajabiamila providing interviews with the players and more on-site analysis. Marc Istook, Solomon Wilcots and Lance Zierlein provide context of the top prospects with player comparisons, mock drafts and team needs. Molly Qerim rounds out the Combine with an eye on social media, providing the pulse of the Combine from participant tweets, current player reactions and fan commentary. NFL Scouting Combine LIVE streams Friday, February 20Monday, February 20 starting each day at 9:00 AM ET.

 

NFL.com and NFL Mobile’s coverage of the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine includes the following features:

  • Social Integration: NFL.com will utilize real-time social monitoring, analysis and trending tools, offering fans the opportunity to be part of a social community by answering poll questions, following social media conversations and submit questions to NFL Media analysts
  • Updated VOD packages of top prospects: For the first time, NFL.com’s Combine coverage features updated video-on-demand packages of the top prospects. From bench presses, to 40-yard dashes, to positional drills, NFL.com will allow fans to instantly access updated workout summaries of the prospects they may have missed

NFL Now will also offer free live streams of every NFL head coach and general manager press conference from the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine starting Wednesday, February 18, as well as select prospect press conferences.

MOBILE APPLICATIONS: For fans on the go, NFL Digital Media has multiple mobile applications available, allowing fans to get all the latest 2015 NFL Scouting Combine coverage on their smartphone.

  • Live Streaming on NFL Mobile from Verizon:NFL Mobile from Verizon features the latest news, Combine participant profiles, results trackers and video on-demand. Verizon customers can access live, streaming video of NFL Network’s 2015 NFL Scouting Combine coverage on their smartphone. Verizon customers on the MORE Everything plan have access the NFL Network live stream at no extra charge. All other Verizon users can access live streaming video by upgrading to Premium for $5/month. For more information, visit vzw.com/nfl. Data usage applies for app download and use
  • NFL Mobile: Featuring live stats, news articles, tweets, photos and video highlights, NFL Mobile provides fans extensive coverage leading up to and during the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine. Available on iOS, Android, Windows 8 and Blackberry devices
  • Watch NFL Network: Live streaming of NFL Network’s coverage of the 2015 Scouting Combine is available on Watch NFL Network on tablets, PCs and the NFL on Xbox application. Go to NFL.com/Watch for more information

 

NFL Network & NFL.com 2015 NFL Scouting Combine Talent

LaVar Arrington (@LaVarArrington)               Analyst

Brian Baldinger                                               Analyst

Brian Billick (@CoachBillick)                          Analyst

Bucky Brooks (@BuckyBrooks)                    Analyst

Charles Davis (@CFD22)                              Analyst

Rich Eisen (@RichEisen)                               Host

Marshall Faulk            (@MarshallFaulk)                  Analyst

Akbar Gbajabiamila (@Akbar_Gbaja)           Analyst

Dan Hellie (@DanHellie)                                Host

Michael Irvin (@MichaelIrvin88)                    Analyst

Marc Istook (@MarcIstookNFL)                    Host

Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks)             Analyst

Kimberly Jones (@KimJonesSports)             Reporter

Rhett Lewis (@RhettNFL)                              Host

Steve Mariucci (@SteveMariucci)                 Analyst

Mike Mayock                                                  Analyst

Willie McGinest (@WillieMcGinest)               Analyst

Shaun O’Hara (@ShaunOHara60)                Analyst

Molly Qerim (@MollyQerim)                          Host

Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet)                            NFL Media Insider

Chris Rose (@ChrisRose)                              Host

Deion Sanders (@DeionSanders)                  Analyst

Matt “Money” Smith (@MattMoneySmith)    Host

Kurt Warner (@Kurt13Warner)                      Analyst

Solomon Wilcots (@SolomonsWisdom_)      Analyst

Lance Zierlein (@LanceZierlein)                    Analyst

Following is the NFL Network and NFL.com day-by-day Combine coverage schedule (all times listed in ET):

Wednesday, February 18

6:00 AMNFL AM – LIVE

10:00 AMNFL AM – Re-Air

12 NoonNFL’s Top 10: Draft Steals

1:00 PMNFL’s Top 10: Draft Classes

2:00 PMNFL Total Access Scouting Combine Press Conferences LIVE COVERAGE

4:00 PMNFL’s Top 10: Draft Classes

5:00 PMA Football Life: Randall Cunningham

6:00 PMA Football Life: Houston ‘93

7:00 PMNFL Total Access – LIVE

8:00 PM2014 Super Bowl Champion Player Stunt

9:00 PMFinding Giants: Episode #1

9:30 PMFinding Giants: Episode #2

10:00 PMFinding Giants: Episode #3

10:30 PMFinding Giants: Episode #4

11:00 PMNFL Total Access

12 MidnightNFL’s Top 10: Draft Classes

1:00 PMNFL’s Top 10: Draft Day Moments

Thursday, February 19

6:00 AMNFL AM – LIVE

10:00 AMNFL AM – Re-Air

12 NoonNFL’s Top 10: Undrafted Players

1:00 PMNFL’s Top 10: Draft Busts

2:00 PMNFL Total Access Scouting Combine Press Conferences LIVE COVERAGE

4:00 PMNFL’s Top 10: Heisman Winners in the NFL

5:00 PMA Football Life: Bill Belichick – Part 1

6:00 PMA Football Life: Bill Belichick – Part 2

7:00 PMNFL Total Access – LIVE

8:00 PM2014 Super Bowl Champion Player Stunt

9:00 PMBrady 6

10:00 PMNFL’s Top 10: Draft Steals

11:00 PMNFL Total Access

12 MidnightBrady 6

1:00 AMNFL’s Top 10: Draft Steals

 

Friday, February 20

6:00 AMNFL AM – LIVE

9:00 AM2015 NFL Scouting Combine: Kickers, Offensive Linemen & Tight Ends LIVE COVERAGE

  • Encores with cut down versions at 4:00 PM, 8:00 PM & 12 Midnight ET

7:00 AMNFL Total Access – LIVE

  • Encores at 11:00 PM ET

ALL DAY – NFL.com:  Exclusive daily video clips available

Saturday, February 21

9:00 AM2015 NFL Scouting Combine: Running Backs, Quarterbacks & Wide Receivers LIVE COVERAGE

  • Encores with cut down versions at 4:00 PM, 8:00 PM & 12 Midnight ET

7:00 PMNFL Total Access – LIVE

  • Encores at 11:00 PM ET

ALL DAY – NFL.com:  Exclusive daily video clips available

Sunday, February 22

9:00 AM2015 NFL Scouting Combine: Defensive Linemen & Linebackers LIVE COVERAGE

  • Encores with cut down versions at 4:00 PM, 8:00 PM & 12 Midnight ET

7:00 PMNFL Total Access – LIVE

  • Encores at 11:00 PM ET

ALL DAY – NFL.com:  Exclusive daily video clips available

Monday, February 23

6:00 AMNFL AM – LIVE

9:00 AM2015 NFL Scouting Combine: Defensive Backs LIVE COVERAGE

  • Encores with cut down versions at 2:00 PM, 8:00 PM & 12 Midnight ET

7:00 PMNFL Total Access – LIVE

  • Encores at 11:00 PM ET

ALL DAY – NFL.com:  Exclusive daily video clips available

ABOUT NFL NETWORK

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Quotes From Super Bowl XLIX Editions of NFL Network’s ‘NFL GameDay First’ & ‘NFL GameDay Morning’

superbowl-xlix-49-logo-nfl-nbcQuick Quotes from NFL GameDay First & NFL GameDay Morning

“I think if [Tom Brady] wins this game, he’s the best quarterback to have ever played this game.” – Shaun O’Hara on New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady

“If he wins a fourth [Super Bowl], he’s the greatest ever in my book.” – Michael Irvin on New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady

“[Bill Belichick] is the best professional football coach I think ever lived. I’m upset that I played for a plethora of teams and never got an opportunity to play for Bill Belichick.” – Deion Sanders on New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick

“I think it’s relatively easy to play defense against a team that can only do one thing. Unfortunately, that’s not what we’re talking about here with Seattle.” – New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick on the Seattle Seahawks

“You just never know with contract situations and the whole business side of it. I’m here now and I’m happy to be here now. The future will take care of itself.” – New England Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis on what next year holds

“It’s not just back-to-back Super Bowls – it’s back-to-back Super Bowls in his first three years, it’s back-to-back Super Bowls climbing over the backs of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning…If Russell Wilson wins back-to-back Super Bowls, there is no doubt it puts him amongst the top.” – Michael Irvin on Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson

“They don’t just want to just win one championship – they want to win three or four. They want to be a dynasty. They want to be known forever.” – Michael Robinson on the Seattle Seahawks

“I think [Marshawn Lynch] is the most important player in this football game.” – Kurt Warner on Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch

“These [Seattle Seahawks wide receivers] have been called pedestrian, they’ve been called no-namers, but they always come up with the big play.” – Nate Burleson on the Seattle Seahawks wide receivers

“Marshawn Lynch is going to get paid. I’m told the Seattle Seahawks have made him a monster contract extension offer that would keep him in a Seahawks uniform for the rest of his career.” – Ian Rapoport on Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch

***For complete quotes from ‘NFL GameDay First’ & ‘NFL GameDay Morning,’ see below***

Quotes from NFL GameDay First

“I think if [Tom Brady] wins this game, he’s the best quarterback to have ever played this game.” – Shaun O’Hara on New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady

“If Russell Wilson gets outside of the protection [and] can scramble around, New England loses. If [the Patriots] keep him in the pocket, New England wins.” – Brian Billick on Super Bowl XLIX

“Luke Willson…I believe will have as many catches and more yards than Rob Gronkowski.” – Sterling Sharpe on Seattle Seahawks tight end Luke Willson

“What Pete Carroll and John Schneider did a great job of was collecting a group of players – core players – that were outliers. These guys, they don’t just want to just win one championship – they want to win three or four. They want to be a dynasty. They want to be known forever.” – Michael Robinson on what fuels the Seattle Seahawks

“I told my team before we walked out on to the field in Tampa, I wanted them to stop and look each other in the eye – I mean really look each other in the eye because 10 minutes after we we’re done beating the New York Giants, I knew that world would change; free agency, the business side of the business. I wanted them to appreciate this doesn’t come very often. It may be the last time you have that opportunity.” – Brian Billick on the mindset of players and coaches on Super Bowl Sunday

“I expect what you’ve seen from Marshawn Lynch all season long: fast, physical, aggressive Beast Mode running.” – Michael Robinson on what he expects from Seattle Seahawks Marshawn Lynch

“[Rob Gronkowski] is a beast. I don’t know what else to say, I don’t know what other word to use. He dictates coverage, he’s a great run blocker and he’s a mismatch for anybody in the passing game.” – Michael Robinson on Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski

Quotes from NFL GameDay Morning

“I think [Marshawn Lynch] is the most important player in this football game.” – Kurt Warner on Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch

“Bill Belichick and Tom Brady are the masters of finding something that you didn’t suspect.” – Deion Sanders on what he expects from the New England Patriots today

“These [Seattle Seahawks wide receivers] have been called pedestrian, they’ve been called no-namers but they always come up with the big play.” – Nate Burleson on the Seattle Seahawks wide receivers

“[Rob Gronkowski] is different. He dictates coverage. He sets the tone for your entire team. But you can’t stop this guy; let’s just be honest you can’t stop him. You can only hope to contain him.” – Michael Robinson on how the Seattle Seahawks stop Rob Gronkowski

“It’s not just back-to-back Super Bowls – it’s back-to-back Super Bowls in his first three years, it’s back-to-back Super Bowls climbing over the backs of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning…If Russell Wilson wins back-to-back Super Bowls, there is no doubt it puts him amongst the top and right where he belongs because he hasn’t gotten all of the credit he deserves for the kind of quarterback [he is].” – Michael Irvin on what a win in this game would mean for Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson

“If [Russell Wilson] wins this game…He starts to creep into the conversation of how we talk about Tom Brady, how we talk about Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, [and] Aaron Rodgers.” – Marshall Faulk on Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson

“Marshawn Lynch is the heart of this team. If he’s not going, [the Seahawks] aren’t going.” – Deion Sanders on Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch

“I don’t think anybody in the game over the last several years has made more plays than Richard Sherman.” – Deion Sanders on Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman

“If he wins a fourth [Super Bowl], he’s the greatest ever in my book.” – Michael Irvin on New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady

“I think he supersedes Peyton Manning but let’s not throw [Tom Brady] in the category with Joe Montana, who was 4-for-4. He’s royalty.” – Deion Sanders on the impact of a fourth Super Bowl win or a third straight Super Bowl loss on Tom Brady’s legacy

“[Bill Belichick] is the best professional football coach I think ever lived. I’m upset that I played for a plethora of teams and never got an opportunity to play for Bill Belichick.” – Deion Sanders on New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick

“Why do we always have to put running dual-threat quarterback next to [Russell Wilson’s] name? Why can’t he just be one of the greatest quarterbacks?” – Terrell Davis on Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson

NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport

On Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson’s contract status:

“There have been no negotiations yet between Seattle and Russell Wilson’s agent Mark Rodgers, a baseball agent. No one wants any distractions as the Seahawks make another Super Bowl run but as soon as the Super Bowl ends, negotiations are set to begin. They are expected to make Russell Wilson the highest-paid player in NFL history. If you’re wondering the ballpark figure, Aaron Rodgers makes about $22 million per year. That is where negotiations will begin for Russell Wilson…He is among the winningest young quarterbacks out there. That’s going to be one of his big talking points. Everything the Seahawks have done this offseason has been to build for this Russell Wilson extension; they traded Percy Harvin, they got Cliff Avril done, [and] they got K.J. Wright done all to set up a deal for Russell Wilson this offseason.”

On Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch:

“Marshawn Lynch is going to get paid. I’m told the Seattle Seahawks have made him a monster contract extension offer that would keep him in a Seahawks uniform for the rest of his career. This is the culmination of several weeks of negotiations between Doug Hendrickson, his agent, and the Seattle Seahawks. As far as some specifics on his looming contract extension, I’m told that in 2015 Lynch would earn more than $10 million. This would pay him as much as any running back not named Adrian Peterson. A huge extension and a stunning turnaround. We know earlier this year, the Seahawks were ready to get rid of Marshawn Lynch; move on because of his age, because of his attitude and his hefty salary so I asked a member of the Seahawks, ‘Why are you making this commitment?’ What I was told simply, ‘He has earned it with his play.’”

On the deflated footballs:

“There is video evidence of an elderly game day operator – someone employed by the Patriots only on game day – walking into the bathroom with two bags of balls: 12 from the Patriots and 12 from the Colts, spending 98 seconds in there and then heading back onto the field. This was discovered by the Patriots and handed over to Ted Wells very quickly. I spoke with someone who was with Tom Brady when he found out about these allegations and Brady seemed confused and a little miffed and said he works on the balls all week but does not know what happened to them on game day. As far as the 11 footballs that I’m told were below the 12.5 PSI, one was about two pounds under – that’s the one that is in the league’s possession – several were about a pound under and several more were just a tick below 12.5 PSI. By the way, the Patriots still have most of those footballs. They were put back into circulation before the investigation started.”

New England Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick with NFL Media’s Melissa Stark

NFL Media’s Melissa Stark sat down with New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick for an interview on NFL Network’s NFL GameDay First and NFL GameDay Morning.

On how much having his integrity questioned this week has bothered him:

“Well this week’s all about Seattle, so we’ve been doing our best to prepare for the Seahawks. I’m doing that, our team’s doing that and we’ll be ready to go Sunday. That’s our focus.”

On how he plans on shutting down Marshawn Lynch:

“I think it’s relatively easy to play defense against a team that can only do one thing. Unfortunately, that’s not what we’re talking about here with Seattle. They have a great running back – they have a great group of running backs – but [Marshawn] Lynch obviously is really kind of in a class by himself. The quarterback’s a problem, the receivers are a problem, they have a good offensive line.”

To view the entire interview with Belichick, visit:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466369/Belichick-revealed

Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson with NFL Network’s Kurt Warner

NFL Network’s Kurt Warner sat down with Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson for an interview on NFL Network’s NFL GameDay First and NFL GameDay Morning.

On whether or not there was a moment where he said, ‘That’s where it changed’ during the season trying to repeat as Super Bowl champions:

“We were 6-4 and everybody doubted us. We lost to the Kansas City Chiefs and that week we had a players meeting and really talked about where we really want to go. It’s not about the record. At the end of the day it comes down to are we going to keep focusing on each other and are we going to keep getting better day by day? We ignored the noise, we ignored all the talk from the outside.”

On playing against Peyton Manning in last year’s Super Bowl and Tom Brady in this year’s Super Bowl:

“Well you always want to play against the best. That’s what you’re going to get in the Super Bowl. To go against guys like Peyton Manning and Tom Brady who I have tons of respect for; I watch their games, I study their games, I try to learn from them. It gets you excited, but hopefully not too excited. Just focus on the game. Then when my career is done then I can look back at it.”

On his vision:

“In terms of professionally what I want to do, I want to play 15-plus more years, get to the Hall of Fame, and win a lot of championships and all that. I’d love to be the owner of a team one day. But it’s way bigger than that. For me, my vision is how can I affect somebody positively every day? When you focus on other people, somehow good things happen to you. I think that’s my goal. That’s my vision.”

To view the entire interview with Wilson, visit:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466365/Kurt-Warner-s-one-on-one-with-Russell-Wilson

Seattle Seahawks Head Coach Pete Carroll with NFL Media’s Michael Silver

NFL Media’s Michael Silver sat down with Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll for an interview on NFL Network’s NFL GameDay Morning.

On how important the year off from coaching after he was fired by the New England Patriots was to him:

“I had no plan for that year but it wound up being one of the most important years of my football coaching career. It hit me along the way that I needed to really get at the heart of what’s really true to myself. And then I was able to mold it and shape it in the years at SC to become the approach and the concept and the culture that we try to create here at Seattle.”

On the success of the New England Patriots:

“I really admire the job that not just coach Belichick has done but that Robert Kraft and his family have done, and the decisions that they made to let Bill do what he’s capable of doing. I think it’s a great illustration of a way to structure an NFL organization when you let the coach really run the thing.”

To view the entire interview with Carroll, visit:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466799/The-return-of-Pete-Carroll

New England Patriots Cornerback Darrelle Revis with NFL Media’s Andrea Kremer

NFL Media’s Andrea Kremer sat down with New England Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis for an interview on NFL Network’s NFL GameDay Morning.

On what went through his mind when he realized he was finally going to the Super Bowl:

“Just relief of trying to get there for eight years. It’s finally here and I’m very excited. It’s just great. It’s been a long ride.”

On how he evaluates his play now:

“Actually I feel I’m a better player; more mentally. I guess you get better with age people say. You have a lot more wisdom.”

On ways in which he feels a greater appreciation for where he is:

“I’ve always been humble and this even humbled me even more to definitely get a second chance at my career. There are still chapters I’m writing in this legacy.”

On what next year holds:

“You just never know with contract situations and the whole business side of it. I’m here now and I’m happy to be here now. The future will take care of itself.”

To view the entire interview, visit:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466821/Revis-gets-a-second-chance

New England Patriots Chairman & CEO Robert Kraft with NFL Media’s Melissa Stark

NFL Media’s Melissa Stark sat down with New England Patriots Chairman & CEO Robert Kraft for an interview on NFL Network’s NFL GameDay Morning.

On what he learned from firing Pete Carroll and what needed to change within the organization to support the head coach:

“To be fair to Pete [Carroll], I had just come off a very difficult owner relationship with my then head coach and I was looking for a different style. So I didn’t give Pete all the power he should have had. I don’t think there’s any exact formula for how it’s done. It’s really what fits each individual system.”

On if he thought Bill Belichick was capable of this when he hired him:

“The greatest decisions I’ve made in my life are by instinct. I remember when I hired Bill I had a lot of people telling me it was a mistake. But he and I had established a rapport in ’96 when he coached the secondary. You need a coach that understands economics, that understands the impact of the salary cap and how to make those difficult decisions that allow you to sustain success over the long term. I don’t think there’s anyone better than Bill at doing that.”

On where his passionate speech he gave Monday in Arizona came from:

“I just didn’t like the way we were, in my opinion, being unfairly attacked. I just decided to do what was right for our family.”

On what the Patriot family stands for:

“We play by the rules, we play hard and we prepare hard. The work ethic of our team and preparation is like no other in my opinion and we try to make our fans in America proud.”

To view the entire interview, visit:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466955/Kraft-opens-up-about-late-wife-Myra-Pete-Carroll

On NFL.com the following video clips from NFL GameDay First & NFL GameDay Morning are available for viewing:

- Super Bowl XLIX Bold Predictions NFL GameDay Morning provides Super Bowl XLIX Bold Predictions:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466793/Super-Bowl-XLIX-bold-predictions

- Marshawn Lynch’s Oakland Roots – NFL Media’s Michael Silver travels to Oakland to profile Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch’s roots:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466951/Marshawn-Lynch-s-Oakland-roots

- The Evolution of Gronk – NFL Media’s Andrea Kremer sat down with New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl/0ap3000000466371/The-evolution-of-Gronk

- Adriana Lima Joins NFL GameDay Morning – Model Adriana Lima joined the NFL GameDay Morning set at the University of Phoenix Stadium:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466927/Adriana-Lima-joins-NFL-GameDay-Morning

- NFL GameDay Morning: Super Bowl Shout-Outs – The NFL GameDay Morning crew gives the Super Bowl shout-outs:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466771/NFL-GameDay-Morning-Super-Bowl-shout-outs

- Seattle Sound – Notable Seattle residents discuss the city and its football team:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466801/Seattle-Sound

- Compton Seahawks – NFL Media’s Mark Kriegel visits Compton, California for a feature on Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466797/Compton-s-Seahawks

- The Good Luck Barber NFL GameDay Morning profiles the Seattle Seahawks’ lucky barber:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl/0ap3000000466832/The-good-luck-barber

- The Quarterback-Head Coach Relationship – NFL Media’s Andrea Kremer speaks with quarterbacks and coaches to analyze the quarterback-head coach relationship:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466368/The-QB-and-Coach-relationship

- NFL GameDay Morning: Breaking Down the 2015 Hall of Fame Class – The NFL GameDay Morning crew discuss this year’s Pro Football Hall of Fame class:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466780/NFL-GameDay-Morning-Breaking-down-the-2015-Hall-of-Fame-class

- What Would Back-To-Back Super Bowls Mean for Russell Wilson? – Host Rich Eisen and analysts Steve Mariucci, Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner, Warren Sapp and Michael Irvin talk about the legacy of Russell Wilson if he wins Super Bowl XLIX:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466786/What-would-back-to-back-Super-Bowls-mean-for-Wilson

- More Important Today, Marshawn Lynch or LeGarrette Blount? – Who is more important today: Marshawn Lynch or LeGarrette Blount? LaDainian Tomlinson and Terrell Davis discuss:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466800/More-Important-Today-Lynch-or-Blount

- Who Could be the Surprise Super Bowl MVP? NFL GameDay Morning discusses which players could be the surprise Super Bowl MVP:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466863/Who-could-be-the-surprise-Super-Bowl-MVP

- Ian Rapoport: ‘Lynch is Going to Get Paid’ – NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport provides the latest on Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466773/Rapoport-Lynch-is-going-to-get-paid

- Ian Rapoport on the Latest Regarding the Deflated Footballs – NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport with the latest on the deflated footballs:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466798/Rapoport-on-the-latest-from-DeflateGate

- Dan Quinn Expected to be Named Atlanta Falcons Head Coach Monday – NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports that Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn is expected to be named Atlanta Falcons head coach on Monday:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466878/Dan-Quinn-expected-to-be-named-Falcons-head-coach-Monday

- Best of Mini Mooch 2014 – The best from Mini Mooch throughout the season:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-gameday/0ap3000000466811/Best-of-Mini-Mooch-2014

 

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Quotes From NFL Network’s ‘Super Bowl Live,’ ‘NFL Total Access’ & ‘Super Bowl Tonight’ — Thursday, January 29

NFL_Network_2012_LogoQuotes from Thursday’s Editions of Super Bowl Live, NFL Total Access & Super Bowl Tonight

“[Seahawks GM John Schneider] said the moment they traded Percy Harvin was really something that galvanized this team…So they took a leap and they admitted a bigtime mistake: the trade of Percy Harvin giving up a first rounder, paying him all that money and they decided to simply move on.” – Ian Rapoport on how the Percy Harvin trade changed the season for the Seattle Seahawks

“If [the Seattle Seahawks] don’t get pressure on [Tom] Brady, it’s going to be a long day because you just can’t matchup with [Rob Gronkowski] if Tom has time.” – Heath Evans on the Seattle Seahawks matching up with New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski

“[The Seattle Seahawks] go out there and they play hard and they finish. That’s what this team does is they finish.” – Michael Robinson on the Seattle Seahawks

“If [Marshawn Lynch] talked to the media, he wouldn’t be the back that he is today.” – Michael Robinson on Marshawn Lynch

“[Marshawn Lynch] is a fantastic performer and I guess he has to do what’s right for him. There are a lot of fans, including myself, we’d love to hear what he has to say. Until then we’ll just hope that he comes around.” – Hall of Fame running back Barry Sanders on Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch

“Tom [Brady] is one of the best in this era, no question about it.” – Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon on New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady

“[Matt] Forte is the best running back in the league.” – Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett on Matt Forte

“We’re very close. Our relationship is never going to change. That’s my little brother right there. I think the world of him and he thinks the world of me. We’ve been doing a lot of great things together over the course of the time we were at LSU, and now that we are in the NFL the sky is the limit for us.” – Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson on teammate Tyrann Mathieu

“I know my talents, I know how hard I play and I know what I bring to the table so I’m not worried about it and I don’t hear it.” – Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray on the rumors of the Cowboys bringing in a different running back and assuming he’ll have the same success

“If you ask me, I feel like [Peyton Manning] could still come back and play another year.” – Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas on Peyton Manning

“I would love to be back in Denver.” – Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas on his contract situation

“The only thing I listen to is what Chip [Kelly] decides and that’s all I care about.” – Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles on the trade rumors

On NFL.com the following video clips from NFL AM, Super Bowl Live, NFL Total Access & Super Bowl Tonight are available for viewing:

- Terrell Davis Surprises Katy Perry with Girl Scout Cookies – NFL Network’s Terrell Davis surprises Katy Perry on Super Bowl Live:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465437/Terrell-Davis-surprises-Katy-Perry-with-Girl-Scout-cookies?icampaign=nflcom-cs-homepage-videoswap_generic_nfl

- How Can the Seahawks Stop Gronk? – Host Amber Theoharis and analysts Heath Evans and Willie McGinest analyze what the Seahawks will need to do to stop Rob Gronkowski:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465545/How-can-the-Seahawks-stop-Gronk

- Robinson: If Lynch Had Talked, He’d be a Different Back – Host Scott Hanson and analysts Steve Mariucci and Michael Robinson discuss Marshawn Lynch:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465490/Robinson-If-Lynch-talked-he-d-be-different-back

- Ryan Tannehill Joins Super Bowl Live – Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill joined Matt “Money” Smith and Dave Dameshek on Super Bowl Live:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465344/Ryan-Tannehill-talks-Texas-A-M-fans-handsome-quarterbacks

- Sanders on Lynch: ‘He Has to do What he Believes is Best’ – Hall of Fame running back Barry Sanders joined Michael Irvin on Super Bowl Live:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465340/Sanders-on-Lynch-He-has-to-do-what-he-believes-is-best

- Moon: Seattle Can Be Good For a Long Time – Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon joined Michael Irvin on Super Bowl Live:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465335/Moon-Seattle-can-be-good-for-a-long-time

- Bennett on Forte: ‘Best Running Back in the League’ – Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett joined Super Bowl Live:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465330/Bennett-on-Forte-Best-running-back-in-the-league

- Is the Seahawks Defense the Best of All Time? – Host Marc Istook and analysts Jamie Dukes and Curtis Conway discuss the best defense of all time from the Social Media Command Center:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465307/Is-the-Seahawks-defense-the-greatest-of-all-time

- Peterson on Mathieu: He’s My Little Brother – Arizona Cardinals Patrick Peterson joined Super Bowl Live:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465321/Peterson-on-Mathieu-He-s-my-little-brother

- Murray: ‘I Know What I Bring to the Table’ – Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray joins Michael Irvin on Super Bowl Live:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465320/Murray-I-know-what-I-bring-to-the-table

- Aikman: I’m a Big Fan of Lynch and Wilson – NFL Hall of Fame member Troy Aikman joins Michael Irvin on Super Bowl Live:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465284/Aikman-I-m-a-big-fan-of-Lynch-and-Wilson

- Montana: I’ve Liked Wilson from the Beginning – NFL Hall of Fame member Joe Montana joins Michael Irvin on Super Bowl Live:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465226/Montana-I-ve-liked-Wilson-from-the-beginning

- Thomas: ‘I Would Love to be Back in Denver’ – Denver Broncos wide receiver DeMaryius Thomas joins Michael Irvin on Super Bowl Live:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465223/Thomas-I-would-love-to-be-back-in-Denver

- Brees Joins the Social Media Command Center – New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees joins the Social Media Command Center:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465216/Brees-joins-the-social-media-command-center

- Green: Dalton Can’t Win by Himself – Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver AJ Green joins Michael Irvin on Super Bowl Live:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465187/Green-Dalton-can-t-win-by-himself

- Foles: My Teammates Believe in Me – Philadelphia Eagles Nick Foles joins Michael Irvin on Super Bowl Live:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000465175/Foles-My-teammates-believe-in-me

- Snoop Dogg Joins NFL Total Access – Rapper Snoop Dogg joined NFL Total Access to preview Super Bowl XLIX:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-total-access/0ap3000000465550/Snoop-Dogg-Seahawks-may-pull-it-off?icampaign=nflcom-cs-homepage-videoswap_generic_nfl

- Drew Brees Joins NFL AM – New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees joins NFL AM:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-am/0ap3000000465038/Brees-This-game-will-be-one-for-the-ages

- Blake Bortles Joins NFL AM – Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles joins NFL AM in Arizona:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-am/0ap3000000465045/Bortles-on-how-Jaguars-build-in-2015

Coming up on Friday, January 30

– The following guests will appear on NFL AM at 6:00 AM ET:

  • Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera
  • Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett
  • Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach
  • Hall of Fame linebacker Derrick Brooks
  • Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings
  • Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers
  • Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis
  • San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Anquan Boldin
  • Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan
  • Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith

–  Super Bowl Live provides live coverage on NFL Network from 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM ET. The following guests will appear:

  • San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York
  • Former St. Louis Rams wide receiver Torry Holt
  • New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson
  • Former New England Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch
  • Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett
  • New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham
  • Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton
  • Pittsburgh Steelers safety Will Allen
  • Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas
  • Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater
  • Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders

– From 1:00 – 4:00 PM ET, Super Bowl Live airs from the Fan Gallery at the Super Bowl Media Center in Arizona on NFL.com, hosted by Matt “Money” Smith along with Dave Dameshek, Adam Rank and Molly Qerim. The following guests will appear:

  • Houston Texans running back Arian Foster
  • Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings
  • Former UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley
  • New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham
  • Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett
  • Former New England Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch
  • Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas
  • Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton
  • Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater

– At 7:00 PM ET, NFL Total Access airs from the NFL Experience and Super Bowl Central in Arizona with hosts Dan Hellie and Amber Theoharis, and analysts Willie McGinest, Heath Evans, LaDainian Tomlinson and Michael Robinson, and NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy joins the show

– Break down Super Bowl XLIX between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks with Playbook Primetime: Super Bowl XLIX Preview at 8:00 PM ET. Sterling Sharpe, Shaun O’Hara and Brian Billick take viewers inside the matchup and lets you know who will win Super Bowl XLIX

– NFL Network’s series A Football Life continues with a two-part edition on Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Namath starting at 9:00 PM ET

Quotes From NFL Network’s ‘Super Bowl Live,’ ‘NFL Total Access’ & ‘ Super Bowl Tonight’ — Wednesday, January 28

NFL_Network_2012_LogoQuotes from Wednesday’s Editions of Super Bowl Live, NFL Total Access & Super Bowl Tonight

“It’s Beast Mode. The thing about Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks, they celebrate the uniqueness of this guy. Russell Wilson may be the face of the franchise, he may be your franchise quarterback, but the heartbeat the soul of this team is Marshawn Lynch. When you have a dominant runner like that you have to deal with some things. I’ve talked to Marshawn…I’ve always tried to tell to Marshawn to talk up. There’s one thing he told me, he said, ‘Mike I’m not going to let anybody live my life for me…My Mom told me that.’ He said she told me that because if I get in trouble, nobody’s going to come to my defense. So, I go by the beat of my own drum and you can only respect that.” – Michael Robinson on Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch

“The more and more I look at [Marshawn Lynch] the more and more I realize just how brilliant this guy is…Beast Mode understands the power and what he’s doing and he’s wearing the Beast Mode hat. That tells me you are using the media…He has figured it out.” – Michael Irvin on Marshawn Lynch’s media interaction this week

“Two totally different mind frames, two totally different attitudes, but both of them have one goal and that’s to be the best. You know before Darrelle Revis got hurt with the ACL he was on his way. Now this year, he’s back on his way to being one of the best. And we all know what Richard Sherman does.” – Ike Taylor on Darrelle Revis and Richard Sherman

“The thing that I’m most disappointed about was not being able to get that ring for my buddy Junior Seau. I played 12 years with him; nine in San Diego, three with the Patriots. Not to be able to make that play to get him a ring just hurts my heart.” – Super Bowl champion Rodney Harrison on the David Tyree catch in Super Bowl XLII

“I’m going to go with the Patriots because I like Tom Brady…I don’t see him losing three Super Bowls.” – Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell on the Super Bowl matchup

“We have a lot of pieces in place. We have so many core young guys who are stepping in and becoming wiser and better NFL professionals. As soon as we get our defensive coordinator situation worked out, I think we’re going to be just fine.” – Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell

“I’d like to think I can fit in on any team to be honest with you but I’m a Raider through and through. It’s just the blood running through my veins and I love it. I’ll never be anything but a Raider.” – Oakland Raiders fullback Marcel Reece

“I think we can, I do. I really do think we can.” – Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden on whether or not they can win with Johnny Manziel at quarterback

“I’ve seen absolutely nothing in demeanor or skill set to indicate Johnny Manziel has any chance of surviving in this game.” – Brian Billick on Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel

“Let’s talk about what bulletin board material does…It’s not going to get me more hyped because I’m already hyped to play the football game. That’s not the logic. Now what bulletin board material will do…It will give me some added fuel at the right time.” – Michael Irvin on bulletin board material going into Super Bowl XLIX

“Jamie [Collins] is becoming a household name.” – Heath Evans on the New England Patriots defense

“[Vince Wilfork] probably won’t get an MVP award, but he’s going to have to be the MVP of this team if they’re going to get a win on Super Bowl Sunday.” – Heath Evans on Vince Wilfork

“If you want to crown [the Seahawks wide receivers] with any type of title or name you should also crown them by being the best blocking wide receivers in the game.” – Nate Burleson on the Seattle Seahawks wide receivers

“I think Derek [Carr] did a great job of progressing throughout the year. Then bring Jack [Del Rio] and his staff in and what they’ve done and obviously being a part of his team when I first came out…I thought that was a great hire. He’s going to come back and show us how to have a tough, poised mindset to be in these close games and pull them out.” – Oakland Raiders running back Maurice Jones-Drew looking ahead to next year’s team

New England Patriots Cornerback Darrelle Revis with NFL Media’s Andrea Kremer

NFL Media’s Andrea Kremer sat down with New England Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis for an interview on NFL Network’s NFL Total Access.

On what went through his mind when he realized he was finally going to the Super Bowl:

“Just relief of trying to get there for eight years. It’s finally here and I’m very excited. It’s just great. It’s been a long ride.”

On how he evaluates his play now:

“Actually I feel I’m a better player; more mentally. I guess you get better with age people say. You have a lot more wisdom.”

On ways in which he feels a greater appreciation for where he is:

“I’ve always been humble and this even humbled me even more. To definitely get a second chance at my career, there’s still chapters I’m writing in this legacy.”

On what next year holds:

“I’m here now and I’m happy to be here. You just never know with contract situations and the whole business side of it.”

To view the entire interview, visit:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-total-access/0ap3000000464930/Revis-gets-a-second-chance

On NFL.com the following video clips from NFL AM, Super Bowl Live, NFL Total Access & Super Bowl Tonight are available for viewing:

- Michael Irvin on Marshawn Lynch Michael Irvin and Warren Sapp discuss Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch on NFL Total Access:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-total-access/0ap3000000464915/Irvin-on-Lynch-He-s-a-smart-man?icampaign=nflcom-cs-homepage-videoswap_generic_nfl

- Maurice Jones-Drew Joins NFL Total Access – Oakland Raiders running back Maurice Jones-Drew joins NFL Total Access to discuss the Raiders and Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-total-access/0ap3000000464939/Jones-Drew-on-Lynch-He-has-it-all

- Will LeGarrette Blount’s Comments Fuel the Seattle Seahawks? Michael Irvin and Warren Sapp discuss the impact of New England Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount’s comments:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-total-access/0ap3000000464921/Will-Blount-s-comments-fuel-the-Seahawks

- Mike Haynes Discusses Physical Defensive Backs – NFL Hall of Fame Member Mike Haynes joins Super Bowl Live to discuss defensive backs:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000464650/Mike-Haynes-talks-physical-defensive-backs

- Ike Taylor Reviews Steelers Season – Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor joins Super Bowl Live and talks about the Steelers season:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000464655/Taylor-reviews-Steelers-season

- Will the Cardinals Regress in 2015? – NFL Network’s Matt “Money” Smith and Dave Dameshek analyze the 2015 Arizona Cardinals:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000464664/Will-the-Cardinals-regress-in-2015

- Rodney Harrison Remembers Tyree Catch – NFL Analyst Rodney Harrison joins Super Bowl Live to discuss the David Tyree catch:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000464668/Rodney-Harrison-remembers-Tyree-catch

- Fred Jackson Ranks Former NFL RBs – Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson joins Super Bowl Live and ranks all-time great running backs:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000464687/Fred-Jackson-ranks-former-NFL-RBs

- Le’Veon Bell: Blount, Lynch Run with Anger – Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell joins Marshall Faulk on Super Bowl Live:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000464677/Le-Veon-Bell-Blount-Lynch-run-with-anger

- Campbell – We Have a lot of Core Guys Ready to Go – Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell joins Super Bowl Live:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000464705/Campbell-We-have-a-lot-of-core-guys-ready-to-go

- Do Brady and Belichick Need to Win to Secure Legacy? – Host Chris Rose and analysts Brian Billick and Daniel Jeremiah analyze what this game means to Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s legacy:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000464710/Do-Brady-and-Belichick-need-to-win-Super-Bowl-to-secure-legacy

- Seattle Seahawks Becoming a Dynasty? – Host Chris Rose and analysts Brian Billick and Daniel Jeremiah discuss the Seattle Seahawks:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000464720/Seattle-Seahawks-becoming-a-dynasty

- Joe Haden: I Think We Can Win with Manziel at QB – Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden joins Super Bowl Live and talks with Marshall Faulk:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000464758/Haden-I-think-we-can-win-with-Manziel-at-QB

- Justin Houston on Dominant Sack Numbers – Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston joins Super Bowl Live to discuss his season:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-player-interviews/0ap3000000464756/Justin-Houston-on-dominant-sack-numbers

- Billick: Manziel Will Not Be in the NFL in Five Years – NFL Network’s Brian Billick weighs in on Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000464777/Billick-Manziel-will-not-be-in-NFL-in-5-years

- Why is Marshawn Lynch the Way he is? – Host Chris Rose and analysts Brian Billick and Michael Robinson discuss why Marshawn Lynch is the way he is:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000464830/Why-is-Marshawn-Lynch-the-way-he-is

- Super Bowl XLIX Media Day: The Shek Report – NFL Network’s Dave Dameshek breaks down Tuesday’s Super Bowl XLIX Media Day:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/the-shek-report/0ap3000000464422/Super-Bowl-XLIX-Media-Day-The-Shek-Report

- LaDainian Tomlinson Joins NFL AM LaDainian Tomlinson joins Eric Davis and LaVar Arrington on NFL AM:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-am/0ap3000000464445/Tomlinson-Don-t-look-past-Blount

- Jeremy Hill on NFL AM – Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill joins NFL AM:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-am/0ap3000000464507/Jeremy-Hill-It-s-a-blessing-to-have-Hue-and-Marvin

Coming up on Thursday, January 29

– The following guests will appear on NFL AM at 6:00 AM ET:

  • Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell
  • New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees
  • Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles
  • Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill
  • Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly
  • Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen
  • Seattle Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman
  • Former Super Bowl-winning head coach Dick Vermeil
  • Former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice
  • Former NFL quarterback Archie Manning

–  Super Bowl Live provides live coverage on NFL Network from 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM ET. The following guests will appear:

  • Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles
  • Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green
  • New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees
  • Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas
  • Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana
  • Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman
  • Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson
  • Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray
  • Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon
  • Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett
  • Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton
  • Former NFL safety John Lynch
  • Former Super Bowl-winning quarterback Joe Theismann
  • New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr.

– From 1:00 – 4:00 PM ET, Super Bowl Live airs from the Fan Gallery at the Super Bowl Media Center in Arizona on NFL.com, hosted by Matt “Money” Smith along with Dave Dameshek, Adam Rank and Molly Qerim. The following guests will appear:

  • NFL Network analysts Michael Irvin & Warren Sapp
  • Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill
  • Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith
  • Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles
  • New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees
  • New York Giants running back Rashad Jennings
  • Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson
  • Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett

– At 7:00 PM ET, NFL Total Access airs from the NFL Experience and Super Bowl Central in Arizona with hosts Dan Hellie and Amber Theoharis, and analysts Willie McGinest, Heath Evans, Michael Irvin, Michael Robinson and Nate Burleson, and NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. New Orleans Saints defensive end Cam Jordan joins the show

– NFL Network’s new show Super Bowl Tonight airs at 8:00 PM ET, with host Melissa Stark and analyst Deion Sanders from the NFL Experience in Arizona

– A few days before Super Bowl XLIX kicks off, NFL Network calls a players only meeting with Players Only: Super Bowl XLIX at 10:00 PM ET. Hall of Famers and Super Bowl champions Deion Sanders, Michael Irvin, Marshall Faulk and Warren Sapp breakdown the matchup between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks

NFL Network’s Super Bowl XLIX Coverage — Monday, January 26

NFL_Network_2012_LogoLive Coverage of the New England Patriots’ Arrival in Arizona at 6:30 PM ET

‘NFL AM’ Airs Live at 6:00 AM ET From Foxborough, Boston, Arizona & Los Angeles

‘Super Bowl Live’ Airs From 12 Noon – 7:00 PM ET

‘NFL Total Access’ at 7:00 PM ET & ‘Super Bowl Tonight’ at 8:00 PM ET

REMINDER: NFL Network provides live coverage of the Seattle Seahawks’ arrival in Arizona TODAY at 4:00 PM ET.

Coming up on NFL Network on Monday, January 26

NFL AM airs at 6:00 AM ET from Boston, Arizona and NFL Network’s studios in Los Angeles

  • Erin Coscarelli and LaVar Arrington live from Los Angeles
  • Rhett Lewis and Eric Davis live from Gillette Stadium in Foxborough
  • Randy Moss live from Boston
  • Jordan Babineaux & Aditi Kinkhabwala live from the Seahawks’ hotel in Arizona
  • Jeff Darlington live from the Patriots’ hotel in Arizona
  • Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson joins the show

–  Super Bowl Live provides live coverage on NFL Network from 12 Noon – 7:00 PM ET

  • Live coverage of the New England Patriots’ arrival in Arizona at 6:30 PM ET

NFL Total Access airs at 7:00 PM ET from the NFL Experience with hosts Dan Hellie and Amber Theoharis, and analysts Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner and Heath Evans

– At 8:00 PM ET, Super Bowl Tonight airs with host Melissa Stark and analysts Deion Sanders, Michael Irvin and Kurt Warner