NFL NETWORK AT SUPER BOWL XLIII: WHAT’S ON
THURSDAY, JANUARY 29 & FRIDAY, JANUARY 30
TONIGHT ON NFL TOTAL ACCESS AT 7:00 PM ET & REPLAYED AT 11:30 PM ET:
· Rich Eisen EXCLUSIVE one-on-one interview with Bruce Springsteen
· Guest Analyst John Lynch
The following is NFL Network’s Super Bowl Programming for Friday, January 30 (All Times listed are ET)
8:00 AM – NFL Total Access at the Super Bowl
- 8:30 AM – LIVE at AFC Head Coach Press Conference
- 9:00 AM – LIVE at Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Press Conference
- 9:30 AM – LIVE at NFC Head Coach Press Conference
- 11:30 AM – LIVE at Commissioner Goodell Super Bowl Press Conference
1:00 PM – NFL Total Access at the Super Bowl – Live from the Media Center
- NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell
- NBC host Keith Olbermann
- NBC sportscaster Bob Costas
- 49ers head coach Mike Singletary
- Hall of Famer Jim Kelly
- Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson
- Hall of Famer Joe Montana at G Lounge
- Recently retired Colts head coach Tony Dungy
- Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor
7:00 PM – NFL Total Access at the Super Bowl – Live from the NFL Experience
- Guest Analyst: Osi Umenyiora
8:30 PM – Playbook – Pittsburgh Steelers defense
9:00 PM – Super Bowl Classics – Super Bowl XIV: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Los Angeles Rams (complete game re-air with original network announcers and graphics)
11:30 PM – NFL Total Access at the Super Bowl
1:30 AM (11:30 PM MT) – Super Bowl Classics – Super Bowl XIV: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Los Angeles Rams (complete game re-air with original network announcers and graphics)
Top Videos from NFL Network on NFL.com:
Bruce Springsteen Press Conference: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band discuss the Bridgestone Super Bowl XVIII Halftime Show.
Faith Hill interview: Super Bowl XLIII pregame performer Faith Hill talks with Michelle Beisner on Thursday.
Faith Hill and John Legend Press Conference: Faith Hill and John Legend meet with the media on Thursday before Super Bowl XLIII.
Super Bowl XLIII Playbook: Marshall Faulk with Kurt Warner: Kurt Warner compares his receiving corps in Arizona and St. Louis.
Super Bowl XLIII Playbook: Marshall Faulk with Kurt Warner Part 2: Marshall Faulk talks with Kurt Warner about how he’s improved.
Wes Welker interview: Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker talks about the Cardinals and Steelers in the Super Bowl as well as the Patriots.
Rookie of the Year: Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is the winner of the 2008 Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Year.
Archie Manning: Archie Manning shares his thoughts on the Super Bowl and announces the winners of the Canon “Why Do You Love Football” photo contest.
Chris Johnson: Titans running back Chris Johnson talks about the Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Year Award and the Titans offseason.
Strahan’s world II: Michael Strahan reminisces about last year’s game and looks forward to Super Bowl XLIII.
Derrick Brooks on set: Buccaneers linebacker Derrick Brooks talks about Simeon Rice’s comments on Gruden’s firing.
Matt Birk: Vikings center Matt Birks talks Vikings’ and Cardinals’ success.
Joe Theismann interview: Joe Theismann talks with the NFL Total Access crew on set in Tampa.
The Steel Curtain: Adam Schefter compares this year’s Steelers defense to the great ones of the past.
Cards prepare for blitz: Kara Henderson reports on how the Cardinals will prepare for the Steelers’ blitz happy defense.
Defending Cardinals’ pass attack: Steelers defenders discuss how they plan to contain the Cardinals’ passing game.
Super Bowl XLIII Playbook: Solomon Wilcots with Max Starks: Max Starks explains why Pittsburgh is successful at running the ball in goal-line situations.
Super Bowl XLIII Playbook: Dick Vermeil film study: Dick Vermeil examines Cardinals’ defensive front seven and how he would scheme against them.