NFL Media Programming Notes — June 16-22

nfl-mediaNFL Network Shows and Scheduled Guests

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

SHOW HIGHLIGHT: The Top 100 Players of 2015 Reactions show airs at 10:00 PM ET

SHOW HIGHLIGHT: Free agent QB Michael Vick on TONIGHT at 7:00 PM ET; Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly, wife Jill Kelly & daughter Erin Kelly in-studio Wednesday, June 17

  • NFL.com Content

HIGHLIGHT: Former NFL LB Bart Scott on the Dave Dameshek Football Program

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NFL Network Minicamp Special – Wednesday & Thursday at 3:00 PM ET

NFL Network provides live coverage of minicamps from around the NFL on NFL Network Minicamp Special Wednesday and Thursday at 3:00 PM ET. Andrew Siciliano hosts NFL Network’s coverage and is joined by NFL Network analysts and reporters.

 

The Top 100 Players of 2015 – Players Ranked No. 40-31 Revealed Wednesday, May 27 at 9:00 PM ET

The Top 100 Players of 2015 continues Wednesday, June 17 at 9:00 PM ET on NFL Network, revealing players ranked No. 40-31. At 10:00 PM ET, Lindsay Rhodes, LaVar Arrington and Eric Davis host The Top 100 Players of 2015 Reactions show, providing reaction to the players revealed.

Players ranked No. 100-41 on The Top 100 Players of 2015:

  1. Randall Cobb – Green Bay Packers, WR
  2. Calais Campbell – Arizona Cardinals, DE
  3. Adam Vinatieri – Indianapolis Colts, K
  4. Joe Flacco – Baltimore Ravens, QB
  5. Jurrell Casey – Tennessee Titans, DE
  6. Emmanuel Sanders – Denver Broncos, WR
  7. C.J. Mosley – Baltimore Ravens, LB
  8. Jason Witten – Dallas Cowboys, TE
  9. Aaron Donald – St. Louis Rams, DT
  10. Julian Edelman – New England Patriots, WR/PR
  1. Michael Bennett – Seattle Seahawks, DE
  2. Greg Olsen – Carolina Panthers, TE
  3. Glover Quin – Detroit Lions, S
  4. DeMarcus Ware – Denver Broncos, OLB
  5. Eric Weddle – San Diego Chargers, S
  6. Golden Tate – Detroit Lions, WR
  7. Terrell Suggs – Baltimore Ravens, LB
  8. Maurkice Pouncey – Pittsburgh Steelers, C
  9. Haloti Ngata – Detroit Lions, DT
  10. Darren Sproles – Philadelphia Eagles, RB/RS
  1. Arian Foster – Houston Texans, RB
  2. Marshal Yanda – Baltimore Ravens, OG
  3. Ryan Kerrigan – Washington Redskins, LB
  4. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons, QB
  5. Sen’Derrick Marks – Jacksonville Jaguars, DT
  6. Mike Evans – Tampa Bay Buccaneers, WR
  7. Muhammad Wilkerson – New York Jets, DE
  8. Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers, QB
  9. Kyle Williams – Buffalo Bills, DT
  10. Julius Peppers – Green Bay Packers, LB
  1. Tamba Hali – Kansas City Chiefs, LB
  2. Bobby Wagner – Seattle Seahawks, LB
  3. Larry Fitzgerald – Arizona Cardinals, WR
  4. Tashaun Gipson – Cleveland Browns, S
  5. DeAndre Levy – Detroit Lions, LB
  6. Justin Forsett – Baltimore Ravens, RB
  7. Charles Woodson – Oakland Raiders, S
  8. Jerry Hughes – Buffalo Bills, DE
  9. Adrian Peterson – Minnesota Vikings, RB
  10. Jeremy Maclin – Kansas City Chiefs, WR
  1. Eddie Lacy – Green Bay Packers, RB
  2. Vontae Davis – Indianapolis Colts, CB
  3. Connor Barwin – Philadelphia Eagles, LB
  4. Brandon Marshall – New York Jets, WR
  5. Lavonte David – Tampa Bay Buccaneers, LB
  6. Sheldon Richardson – New York Jets, DE
  7. Steve Smith – Baltimore Ravens, WR
  8. Marcell Dareus – Buffalo Bills, DT
  9. Antonio Gates – San Diego Chargers, TE
  10. Clay Matthews – Green Bay Packers, LB
  1. DeSean Jackson – Washington Redskins, WR
  2. Khalil Mack – Oakland Raiders, LB
  3. Matt Forte – Chicago Bears, RB
  4. Trent Williams – Washington Redskins, OT
  5. Elvis Dumervil – Baltimore Ravens, LB
  6. Julius Thomas – Jacksonville Jaguars, TE
  7. Robert Quinn – St. Louis Rams, DE
  8. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers, QB
  9. Mario Williams – Buffalo Bills, DE
  10. Kam Chancellor – Seattle Seahawks, S

With NFL Mobile from Verizon, fans can watch all NFL Network programming, including The Top 100 Players of 2015 series, on the go. NFL Mobile from Verizon offers Verizon Wireless customers the exclusive ability to stream NFL Network on their smartphone 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.* Additionally, streaming on tablets, PCs and Xbox One and 360 is available through Watch NFL Network (NFL.com/Watch) for eligible subscribers of AT&T U-verse, Charter, Cox, DirecTV, Dish, Optimum, Verizon FiOS and many more providers.

Fans can see the full list week-by-week as it is revealed and read analysis of each ranking at NFL.com/top100.

NFL Total AccessMondayFriday at 7:00 PM ET

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

Tuesday, June 16

  • Hosts: Rhett Lewis & Amber Theoharis
  • Analysts: Nate Burleson & Michael Robinson
  • Guest: Free agent quarterback Michael Vick

Wednesday, June 17

  • Hosts: Rhett Lewis & Amber Theoharis
  • Analysts: Willie McGinest & Michael Robinson
  • Guest: Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, wife Jill Kelly & daughter Erin Kelly

Thursday, June 18

  • Hosts: Rhett Lewis & Amber Theoharis
  • Analysts: Willie McGinest & Michael Robinson

Friday, June 19

  • Hosts: Rhett Lewis & Amber Theoharis
  • Analysts: Brian Baldinger & Michael Robinson

Throwback Thursday – Thursday, June 18

Every Thursday night, NFL Network takes a look back through the NFL Films vault for a blast from the past with throwback programming.

This week’s programming features:

  • 12 Noon ETSuper Bowl Classics: Super Bowl XXXI – New England Patriots vs. Green Bay Packers
  • 8:00 PM ET NFL’s Top 10: Brett Favre Games
  • 9:00 PM ETNFL Films Session: Brett Favre 4-ever
  • 10:00 PM ETIn Their Own Words: Brett Favre

Week 14 NFL Game Rewind & NFL Replay Sunday, June 21 at 1:00 PM ET

Re-live the best games from Week 14 of the 2014 NFL season Sunday, June 21 at 1:00 PM ET.

Provided below is Sunday’s schedule:

  • 1:00 PM ET NFL Game Rewind – New York Jets vs. Minnesota Vikings
  • 1:30 PM ETNFL Replay – Kansas City Chiefs vs. Arizona Cardinals
  • 3:00 PM ETNFL Replay – New England Patriots vs. San Diego Chargers
  • 4:30 PM ETNFL Replay Game of the Week – Indianapolis Colts vs. Cleveland Browns

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 recapping the 2015 NFL Draft with NFL Media’s College Football 24/7 online, on Twitter and on the podcast.

Additionally, @NFL_CFB on Twitter provides the latest insight regarding the 2015 NFL Draft.

NFL.com Presents Weekly Podcasts

  • Dave Dameshek Football Program – Former NFL linebacker Bart Scott
  • Around the NFL
  • Move The Sticks

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

http://www.nfl.com/podcast

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NFL Mobile from Verizon

All of NFL Network’s coverage is available digitally across platforms. NFL Mobile from Verizon offers Verizon Wireless customers the exclusive ability to stream NFL Network content on smartphones. Access 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 about NFL Mobile from Verizon access, visit your app store or vzw.com/nfl. Data usage applies for app download and use.

 

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 Names Jordan Levin SVP & Chief Content Officer

nfl-mediaThe NFL named Jordan Levin as its first ever Senior Vice President, Chief Content Officer, it was announced today by Brian Rolapp, Executive Vice President of Media for the NFL.

In this newly created role, Levin will be responsible for developing and implementing an innovative, league-wide content plan that advances the long-term growth objectives of the NFL across all of its owned and operated media assets, including NFL Network, NFL Digital Media, NFL Films, and external media partnerships, networks and platforms.  Levin will focus on the development, production, programming and distribution of high quality, video content consistent with the NFL brand and mission, which reaches current and future NFL fans across all demographic segments worldwide. Additionally, Levin will be charged with managing current NFL event programming franchises, such as the Super Bowl Halftime Show and NFL Honors, developing new franchises, and licensing and building the NFL Films library to maximize consumption.

Reporting to Rolapp, Levin will start June 15 and work out of NFL Media’s offices and studios in Los Angeles.

“With deep experience developing award-winning television programming combined with a keen understanding of the digital media landscape as both an executive and producer, I’m excited to have someone of Jordan’s unique background and talents join the NFL,” said Rolapp. “Jordan will be a great addition to an already strong executive team at NFL Media and help us produce first-class content we can deliver to NFL fans around the world across all platforms.”

“I’m both honored and humbled to be joining the NFL Media team to help them realize their bold strategic vision of delivering NFL fans unique and distinctive content experiences in a personalized manner across all screens, channels and media platforms worldwide,” said Levin. “I look forward to working closely with both the NFL’s own media properties and external partnerships to create additional value for the League and most importantly, serving its current and future fans.”

A highly respected media executive, producer and entrepreneur, with over 25 years of experience creating television and digital content, Levin joins the NFL from Microsoft where he served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of Xbox Entertainment Studios. In this position, Levin was tasked with coordinating the launch of an interactive, video-on-demand programming service creating original premium content for the global, over-the-top Xbox platform.

In 2005, Levin started Generate, a pioneering studio and talent management company that successfully developed and produced fiction and factual entertainment, in addition to customized branded content, for a variety of distribution outlets and programming services across both traditional and digital platforms.  Generate was acquired by Alloy Digital in 2012, later merging with Break Media to form DEFY Media.

Levin joined The WB in 1994 as part of its founding executive team, rising through the ranks to become sole president of entertainment in 2001 and the youngest CEO in broadcast television history in 2003. During his time at The WB, Levin helped to launch, build and brand America’s most successful broadcast network to target young adult audiences through successful television programs such as “Dawson’s Creek,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Felicity,” “Smallville,” “Gilmore Girls,” and “One Tree Hill.”

Prior to joining The WB, Levin spent five years as a member of the creative team that revitalized the Disney television division, developing shows such as “Home Improvement,” “Ellen,” and “Boy Meets World.”

Currently the Chairman of NATPE, an HRTS Board member and past President, and DGA member, Levin graduated Cum Laude with special honors from the University of Texas at Austin’s Moody College of Communication in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science in Radio-Television-Film. Levin currently lives in Pacific Palisades, CA.

ABOUT NFL MEDIA

 

NFL Media is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films, NFL.com, NFL Now, NFL Mobile from Verizon and NFL RedZone.

Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including Thursday Night Football, as well as information and insight straight from the field, team facilities, league office and everywhere the NFL is making news. Currently in more than 72 million homes, NFL Network has carriage agreements with each of the country’s largest television providers. NFL RedZone whips around to every NFL game on Sunday afternoons, bringing fans every touchdown and exciting plays as they happen.

NFL Digital Media includes NFL.com, the exclusive internet home of the NFL; NFL Now, the League’s next-generation video service; and NFL Mobile from Verizon, the official mobile app of the NFL. 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.

One of the most honored filmmakers in sports production history, NFL Films has won 121 Sports Emmy Awards. Founded by Ed and Steve Sabol and located in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, NFL Films produces award-winning content for NFL Network, HBO, Showtime in addition to several other media outlets including shows such as A Football Life, Hard Knocks, America’s Game, Sound FX and more.

– NFL MEDIA –

NFL Media Programming Notes — June 9-15

NFL_Network_2012_LogoNFL Network Shows and Scheduled Guests

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

SHOW HIGHLIGHT: Former NFL cornerback Cortland Finnegan joins The Top 100 Players of 2015 Reactions show at 10:00 PM ET

SHOW HIGHLIGHT: Tennessee Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt on Wednesday, June 10 at 7:00 PM ET

  • NFL.com Content

HIGHLIGHT: Miami Dolphins Executive Vice President, Football Operations Mike Tannenbaum on the Move the Sticks Podcast

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NFL Network Minicamp Special – TODAY & Wednesday, June 10 at 4:00 PM ET

As mandatory minicamps begin around the NFL, NFL Network provides live coverage today and Wednesday, June 10 at 4:00 PM ET. Patrick Claybon hosts the one-hour editions of NFL Network Minicamp Special, which features live reports from team facilities.

NFL Network Minicamp Special re-airs each day at 5:00 PM ET and 6:00 PM ET.

 

The Top 100 Players of 2015 – Players Ranked No. 50-41 Revealed Wednesday, May 27 at 9:00 PM ET

The Top 100 Players of 2015 continues Wednesday, June 10 at 9:00 PM ET on NFL Network, revealing players ranked No. 50-41. At 10:00 PM ET, Lindsay Rhodes, LaVar Arrington and Eric Davis host The Top 100 Players of 2015 Reactions show, providing reaction to the players revealed.

This week, former NFL cornerback Cortland Finnegan joins the Reactions show.

Players ranked No. 100-51 on The Top 100 Players of 2015:

  1. Randall Cobb – Green Bay Packers, WR
  2. Calais Campbell – Arizona Cardinals, DE
  3. Adam Vinatieri – Indianapolis Colts, K
  4. Joe Flacco – Baltimore Ravens, QB
  5. Jurrell Casey – Tennessee Titans, DE
  6. Emmanuel Sanders – Denver Broncos, WR
  7. C.J. Mosley – Baltimore Ravens, LB
  8. Jason Witten – Dallas Cowboys, TE
  9. Aaron Donald – St. Louis Rams, DT
  10. Julian Edelman – New England Patriots, WR/PR
  1. Michael Bennett – Seattle Seahawks, DE
  2. Greg Olsen – Carolina Panthers, TE
  3. Glover Quin – Detroit Lions, S
  4. DeMarcus Ware – Denver Broncos, OLB
  5. Eric Weddle – San Diego Chargers, S
  6. Golden Tate – Detroit Lions, WR
  7. Terrell Suggs – Baltimore Ravens, LB
  8. Maurkice Pouncey – Pittsburgh Steelers, C
  9. Haloti Ngata – Detroit Lions, DT
  10. Darren Sproles – Philadelphia Eagles, RB/RS
  1. Arian Foster – Houston Texans, RB
  2. Marshal Yanda – Baltimore Ravens, OG
  3. Ryan Kerrigan – Washington Redskins, LB
  4. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons, QB
  5. Sen’Derrick Marks – Jacksonville Jaguars, DT
  6. Mike Evans – Tampa Bay Buccaneers, WR
  7. Muhammad Wilkerson – New York Jets, DE
  8. Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers, QB
  9. Kyle Williams – Buffalo Bills, DT
  10. Julius Peppers – Green Bay Packers, LB
  1. Tamba Hali – Kansas City Chiefs, LB
  2. Bobby Wagner – Seattle Seahawks, LB
  3. Larry Fitzgerald – Arizona Cardinals, WR
  4. Tashaun Gipson – Cleveland Browns, S
  5. DeAndre Levy – Detroit Lions, LB
  6. Justin Forsett – Baltimore Ravens, RB
  7. Charles Woodson – Oakland Raiders, S
  8. Jerry Hughes – Buffalo Bills, DE
  9. Adrian Peterson – Minnesota Vikings, RB
  10. Jeremy Maclin – Kansas City Chiefs, WR
  1. Eddie Lacy – Green Bay Packers, RB
  2. Vontae Davis – Indianapolis Colts, CB
  3. Connor Barwin – Philadelphia Eagles, LB
  4. Brandon Marshall – New York Jets, WR
  5. Lavonte David – Tampa Bay Buccaneers, LB
  6. Sheldon Richardson – New York Jets, DE
  7. Steve Smith – Baltimore Ravens, WR
  8. Marcell Dareus – Buffalo Bills, DT
  9. Antonio Gates – San Diego Chargers, TE
  10. Clay Matthews – Green Bay Packers, LB

With NFL Mobile from Verizon, fans can watch all NFL Network programming, including The Top 100 Players of 2015 series, on the go. NFL Mobile from Verizon offers Verizon Wireless customers the exclusive ability to stream NFL Network on their smartphone 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.* Additionally, streaming on tablets, PCs and Xbox One and 360 is available through Watch NFL Network (NFL.com/Watch) for eligible subscribers of AT&T U-verse, Charter, Cox, DirecTV, Dish, Optimum, Verizon FiOS and many more providers.

Fans can see the full list week-by-week as it is revealed and read analysis of each ranking at NFL.com/top100.

NFL Total AccessMondayFriday at 7:00 PM ET

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

Tuesday, June 9

  • Hosts: Dan Hellie & Amber Theoharis
  • Analysts: LaDainian Tomlinson & Solomon Wilcots

Wednesday, June 10

  • Hosts: Rhett Lewis
  • Analysts: Curtis Conway & Solomon Wilcots
  • Guest: Tennessee Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt

Thursday, June 11

  • Hosts: Rhett Lewis & Lindsay Rhodes
  • Analysts: Curtis Conway & Solomon Wilcots

Friday, June 12

  • Hosts: Rhett Lewis & Lindsay Rhodes
  • Analysts: Eric Davis & Solomon Wilcots

Throwback Thursday Thursday, June 11

Every Thursday night, NFL Network takes a look back through the NFL Films vault for a blast from the past with throwback programming.

This week’s programming features:

  • 1:00 PM ETNFL Game of the Week: Minnesota Vikings vs. St. Louis Rams, 1999 NFC Divisional Round
  • 2:00 PM ET Super Bowl Classics: Super Bowl XXXIV – St. Louis Rams vs. Tennessee Titans
  • 5:00 PM ETNFL’s Top 10: Team Turnarounds
  • 6:00 PM ETNFL’s Top 10: Receiving Corps
  • 8:00 PM ET Kurt Warner: A Football Life
  • 9:00 PM ETRush to Canton: Marshall Faulk
  • 10:00 PM ETAmerica’s Game: 1999 St. Louis Rams

Week 13 NFL Game Rewind & NFL Replay Sunday, June 14 at 1:00 PM ET

Re-live the best games from Week 13 of the 2014 NFL season Sunday, June 14 at 1:00 PM ET.

Provided below is Sunday’s schedule:

  • 1:00 PM ET NFL Game Rewind – New York Giants vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
  • 1:30 PM ETNFL Replay – New Orleans Saints vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
  • 3:00 PM ETNFL Replay – San Diego Chargers vs. Baltimore Ravens
  • 4:30 PM ETNFL Replay Game of the Week – New England Patriots vs. Green Bay Packers

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 recapping the 2015 NFL Draft with NFL Media’s College Football 24/7 online, on Twitter and on the podcast.

Additionally, @NFL_CFB on Twitter provides the latest insight regarding the 2015 NFL Draft.

NFL.com Presents Weekly Podcasts

  • Dave Dameshek Football Program
  • Around the NFL
  • Move The Sticks – Miami Dolphins Executive Vice President, Football Operations Mike Tannenbaum

To listen to all 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

All of NFL Network’s coverage is available digitally across platforms. NFL Mobile from Verizon offers Verizon Wireless customers the exclusive ability to stream NFL Network content on smartphones. Access 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 about NFL Mobile from Verizon access, visit your app store or vzw.com/nfl. Data usage applies for app download and use.

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

NFL Media Programming Notes — May 13-18

NFL_Network_2012_LogoNFL MEDIA PROGRAMMING NOTES (5/13 – 5/18)

 

  • NFL Network Shows and Scheduled Guests
  • The Top 100 Players of 2015 – Players Ranked No. 90-81 Revealed TONIGHT at 9:00 PM ET

SHOW HIGHLIGHT: The Top 100 Players of 2015 Reactions airs at 10:00 PM ET

  • NFL Total AccessMondaySaturday at 7:00 PM ET

SHOW HIGHLIGHT: NFL Total Access: Special Edition airs TONIGHT starting at 5:00 PM ET

  • Week 10 NFL Replay Sunday, May 17 at 1:30 PM 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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The Top 100 Players of 2015 – Players Ranked No. 90 – 81 Revealed TONIGHT at 9:00 PM ET

The Top 100 Players of 2015 continues tonight at 9:00 PM ET on NFL Network, revealing players ranked No. 90 – 81. At 10:00 PM ET, Lindsay Rhodes, LaVar Arrington and Eric Davis host The Top 100 Players of 2015 Reactions show, providing reaction to the players revealed.

Provided below are some notes on the 10 players to be revealed between No. 90 – 81:

  • Two offensive players making their first appearance on the Top 100 list since 2012
  • Four players making their debut on the Top 100 list
  • A past Defensive Player of the Year

Tonight on The Top 100 Players of 2015 Reactions show, one player ranked between No. 90 – 81 will join the show in-studio.

Last week, players ranked No. 100 – 91 were revealed:

  1. Randall Cobb – Green Bay Packers, WR
  2. Calais Campbell – Arizona Cardinals, DE
  3. Adam Vinatieri – Indianapolis Colts, K
  4. Joe Flacco – Baltimore Ravens, QB
  5. Jurrell Casey – Tennessee Titans, DE
  6. Emmanuel Sanders – Denver Broncos, WR
  7. C.J. Mosley – Baltimore Ravens, LB
  8. Jason Witten – Dallas Cowboys, TE
  9. Aaron Donald – St. Louis Rams, DT
  10. Julian Edelman – New England Patriots, WR/PR

With NFL Mobile from Verizon, fans can watch all NFL Network programming, including The Top 100 Players of 2015 series, on the go. NFL Mobile from Verizon offers Verizon Wireless customers the exclusive ability to stream NFL Network on their smartphone 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.* Additionally, streaming on tablets, PCs and Xbox One and 360 is available through Watch NFL Network (NFL.com/Watch) for eligible subscribers of AT&T U-verse, Charter, Cox, DirecTV, Dish, Optimum, Verizon FiOS and many more providers.

Fans can see the full list week-by-week as it is revealed and read analysis of each ranking at NFL.com/top100.

NFL Total Access – Special Edition Airs TONIGHT Starting at 5:00 PM ET

A special edition of NFL Total Access airs tonight at 5:00 PM ET on NFL Network providing continued live coverage and reaction of the suspension of Tom Brady and the punishments handed down to the New England Patriots, followed by a two-hour edition of NFL Total Access at 7:00 PM ET.

On Thursday, May 14 and Friday, May 15, NFL Total Access airs for two hours starting each night at 7:00 PM ET.

Week 10 NFL Replay – Sunday, May 17 at 1:30 PM ET

Re-live the best games from Week 10 of the 2014 NFL season with NFL Replay Sunday, May 17 starting at 1:30 PM ET on NFL Network:

  • 1:30 PM ET – Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills
  • 3:00 PM ET – Miami Dolphins vs. Detroit Lions
  • 4:30 PM ET – San Francisco 49ers vs. New Orleans Saints (30-minute edition)

NFL Replay offers an exclusive look at NFL games in a condensed, 90-minute, high-octane format. With the use of bonus NFL Films and NFL Network footage, including never-before-seen camera angles and coaches’ commentary, combined with exclusive wired sound from the field, locker rooms and sidelines, viewers will experience the game like never before.

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 recapping the 2015 NFL Draft with NFL Media’s College Football 24/7 online, on Twitter and on the podcast.

Additionally, @NFL_CFB on Twitter provides the latest insight regarding the 2015 NFL Draft.

NFL.com Presents Weekly Podcasts

  • Dave Dameshek Football Program
  • Around the NFL
  • Move The Sticks

To listen to all 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

NFL Network Coverage of Tom Brady’s Suspension & Punishments Handed to Patriots

NFL_Network_2012_LogoTonight, NFL Network’s NFL Total Access provided coverage of the suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and the punishments handed to the Patriots by the NFL. Provided below are video links and comments from NFL Network analysts.

Tuesday, a special edition of NFL Total Access airs from 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM ET with coverage and reaction of Tom Brady’s suspension and the punishments handed to the Patriots.

NFL Network Analyst Kurt Warner

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-total-access/0ap3000000492202/Kurt-Warner-I-believe-Brady-suspension-is-more-than-fair

On his initial reaction to Tom Brady’s four-game suspension:

“I think my initial reaction is just surprise. That here is one of the greatest quarterbacks and the greatest players in our sport, and he’s been handed a four-game suspension for what the league believes is a situation where he tried to cheat or bend the rules or do something that gave him a competitive advantage. It just surprises you. It’s not necessarily a good or bad thing; it’s just I’m surprised that it’s come to this point. But I understand it. If you believe that he did something to get a competitive advantage, you compare it to maybe PEDs where people try to get a competitive advantage over their opponents. Four-game suspension – I understand that. You can add in the fact that where the Patriots have been before as an organization. You can add in the fact that maybe Tom wasn’t as forthcoming as a lot of people wanted him to be and I think a lot of people judged that as being guilty, whether it means that or not. I understand where the four games come from. I just have to say that just surprised overall.”

On if a four-game suspension is fair for the infraction:

“I do. If you believe that he did it, I believe this is more than fair. I’m a guy that believes if you do something to get a competitive advantage, that messes with the integrity of the game. That to me is what this is all about. It’s the precedent. Not how much did the deflated balls help you – I have no idea. Everybody can point to that game and say, ‘You guys killed Indy, it didn’t matter in the end so forget it, it, it’s not that big a deal.’ But I do believe it’s a big deal. I believe that people want to watch our sport, want to watch the best players in our sport and want to believe every time they go between those lines that it is a fair situation, it is a fair competition and the best players and the guys we consider the best players in our game are the ones that play the best in the moment and win. And that to me is what is so great about sports and the message we want to send, not just to the fans of our league but to young fans, to young kids that want to grow up to be like Tom Brady and other great players. That’s what we have to look at and I believe that’s where the punishment comes from. Again, a lot of circumstantial evidence but if you believe he did it, I think this is more than fair as far as what the Patriots are giving up or Tom Brady is giving up in this situation.”

NFL Network Analyst Michael Irvin

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On Tom Brady’s four-game suspension:

“I’m surprised. I’m shocked at the amount of games given here to Tom Brady for what we’re considering and now calling Deflategate. I’m absolutely shocked. You guys know the adoration and love that we give to quarterbacks…in this league and the control in this league. I am shocked that it was four games, I really am.”

On the affect Tom Brady’s suspension on the Patriots:

“You look at the division, you have to start thinking about ultimately can I get out of my division? That’s the most important. If I can get out of my division, if I can win my division still, I’m going to get into the playoffs. The Patriots are still in position to do that even missing Tom Brady the first four games of the season. They’re still in position to do that so they have an opportunity to get into the playoffs. But it will certainly affect this team, not only not having Tom Brady, [but] of course not having the secondary they had last season.”

NFL Network Analyst Marshall Faulk

On if the four-game suspension for Tom Brady was fair:

“The severity of the penalty and the actual crime, I know when you sit at home you’re like that seems like a lot. But when you think about what’s going to happen: Tom Brady is going to miss four games, they’ll pay $1 million, it will cost them some draft picks. But in reality if you ask some teams would they pay $1 million or have their quarterback sit out the next four games for a Super Bowl, I think they’ll say yes. Some teams would say yes, I’ll take it. Because you can’t change what it is. You can’t go back and change what it is. You really can’t look at the crime and does it fit? You have to think about what happens after that and what it allowed them to do. Not to mention, we don’t know how long it was going on or if this was a one-time thing. But all in all, I’m going to say this. I want them to get off my back about me calling the Patriots cheaters. Everybody in Boston thinks I hate the Patriots. I’m just like let’s just play the game. Let’s play fair.”

On if the punishment for the Patriots was more about the actual infraction or the lack of cooperation:

“I think it had to do with the lack of cooperation. I think this is something for quarterbacks to say. I know it’s easier to hold on as a running back to a ball that is a little bit deflated. But I don’t know how much of an advantage you really get from it. I think that part of it and I’ve heard a lot quarterbacks, they really got upset with Tom Brady when he made the statement at his press conference that I don’t know about the balls, I didn’t see a difference. Every quarterback, they were upset because they were saying your livelihood is about throwing this football; this is why each team gets their own footballs. I’m going to say it had more to do with what they did not give up, not cooperating. And the question is, by not cooperating who else was not implicated? I love Tom Brady. I think that Tom is one of the best – if not the best – quarterbacks to play in our league what he’s been able to do. People are talking about this tarnishes Brady – as long as Tom is not coming out and saying here is what I did and it’s not going to stop him from having a football career, Tom Brady is going to be Tom Brady. He’s going to go out there and continue to win football games.”

On the impact of Tom Brady missing the first four games of the season:

“I’m thinking back to what Bill Belichick was able to do without Tom Brady with Matt Cassel; won 11 games. Normally these suspensions, it takes a while before we hear them. Teams really don’t know what’s going on, they don’t know who they should get ready. But in this case, they have an opportunity to get their young guy ready. They have minicamps, they have training camp – they can get this guy ready to play and the pieces around him to help him those first four games. We call Bill Belichick one of the greatest coaches – if not the greatest coaches – playing our game what he’s been able to do in New England. He will have his team ready to play. If you step on that field thinking they don’t have Tom Brady, this is going to be a cakewalk – you’re going to lose football games. Matt Cassel won 11 games. They went 11-5 with Matt Cassel in the starting lineup when Tom Brady went down.”

On the punishments for the Patriots:

“We’re going to talk about this the whole season. Every time that there is a chance, we are going to talk about this. But for the Patriots, understand what this becomes for Bill Belichick. They are going to rally around this; it’s going to be them against the world. This cultivates the Patriot Way even more so. Tom Brady, the whole talking to the media, giving good answers and being honest, I think that’s going to end for Tom Brady. There is no more of that. He can now walk away because he has a reason to and only focus on football. They’re not going to talk about this anymore, I guarantee you that.”

NFL Network Analyst LaDainian Tomlinson

On the four-game suspension for Tom Brady:

“I really believe that Tom Brady would have only gotten two games if he would have been forthcoming with his phone and really took part in the investigation. I think they really came down tough on Tom Brady because he wasn’t forthcoming with his text messages and giving over his phone. So I do think in this case the crime fits the punishment because of that. Because we always talk about the integrity of the game and you can’t let things like this happen if you want to protect the integrity of the game. We always talk also about the past of the NFL, how they have handled decisions and been wrong about certain decisions. In this case, I think they absolutely got it right.”

NFL Network Analyst Charley Casserly

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On the Patriots’ punishment:

“The Patriots got off easy in my opinion, and here’s why. I was never in an NFL investigation so I don’t know what that’s like. But I can’t imagine – this is the NFL now, this is who you work for, they say we want X and you don’t give it to them. To me, when you fail to comply with a request, you’ve given them a free shot. That is a free shot for them to do what they want. So anything they could have done after you don’t cooperate, they could have done anything they wanted in my opinion. So why don’t you cooperate? If you don’t cooperate, you’re hiding something, correct? That’s the logic. The bottom line is they did not cooperate. Do you believe that [Tom] Brady was involved in this? I believe it. Let’s start with that premise; despite what other people say I believe Brady was involved…Second major violation by the organization. I would imagine last time – maybe this wasn’t said but I have to believe it was implied – don’t ever come back here again on my watch by the Commissioner.”

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 – MondayFriday at 6:00 PM ET
  • NFL Total AccessMondaySaturday 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 – MondayFriday 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 DraftMondayFriday 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 AccessMondayFriday 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

Fourth 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

8. 1983 NFC Championship Game – San Francisco 49ers vs. Washington Redskins

 

2. 1967 NFL Championship (The Ice Bowl) – Dallas Cowboys vs. Green Bay Packers

7. 1971 AFC Divisional Round Game – Miami Dolphins vs. Kansas City Chiefs

 

3. Super Bowl XIII – Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Dallas Cowboys

6. 1992 AFC Wild Card Game – Houston Oilers vs. Buffalo Bills

 

4. Super Bowl XXXVI – St. Louis Rams vs. New England Patriots

5. 1992 NFC Championship Game – Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ers

 

Individual Heroics

1. 1981 AFC Divisional Round Game – San Diego Chargers vs. Miami Dolphins

8. 2010 NFC Wild Card Game – New Orleans Saints vs. Seattle Seahawks

 

2. 1986 AFC Championship Game (The Drive) – Denver Broncos vs. Cleveland Browns

7. 2009 NFC Wild Card Game – Green Bay Packers vs. Arizona Cardinals

 

3. Super Bowl XLII – New York Giants vs. New England Patriots

6. 1975 NFC Divisional Round Game – Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings

 

4. Super Bowl XLIII – Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Arizona Cardinals

5. Super Bowl III – New York Jets vs. Indianapolis Colts

 

Crazy Endings

1. Super Bowl XXV – New York Giants vs. Buffalo Bills

8. Week 15, 2010 (Miracle at the New Meadowlands) – Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

 

2. 1987 AFC Championship Game (The Fumble) – Cleveland Browns vs. Denver Broncos

7. 1972 AFC Divisional Round Game – Oakland Raiders vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

 

3. Super Bowl XLIX – Seattle Seahawks vs. New England Patriots

6. Week 8, 2000 Monday Night Football – Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets

 

4. 2001 AFC Divisional Round Game (The Tuck Rule) – Oakland Raiders vs. New England Patriots

5. 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

8. 2006 AFC Championship Game – New England Patriots vs. Indianapolis Colts

 

2. 1966 NFL Championship – Green Bay Packers vs. Dallas Cowboys

7. 1986 AFC Divisional Round Game – New York Jets at Cleveland Browns

 

3. 1977 AFC Divisional Round Game (Ghost to the Post) – Oakland Raiders vs. Baltimore Colts

6. 2011 NFC Divisional Round Game – New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers

 

4. 1980 NFC Divisional Round Game – Dallas Cowboys at Atlanta Falcons

5. 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 –



Source: NFL Network

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 AMMondayFriday 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 DraftMondayFriday 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 AccessMondayFriday 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’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.

 

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