MONDAY, JANUARY 28
49ers QB Colin Kaepernick & LB Patrick Willis LIVE on NFL Total Access at 7:00 PM ET
Live Coverage of Baltimore Ravens Arrival & Media Availability in New Orleans
NFL Network’s more than 140 hours of Super Bowl programming kicks off from New Orleans Monday, January 28 at 6:00 AM ET with a live edition of NFL AM from the Media Center.
At 4:30 PM ET, NFL Network provides live coverage of the Baltimore Ravens’ arrival in New Orleans. Analysts Heath Evans and Darren Sharper join hosts Andrew Siciliano and Lindsay Rhodes on a three-hour edition of Super Bowl Live, with Aditi Kinkhabwala providing reports from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.
At 6:45 PM ET, NFL Network carries the Ravens’ first media availability in New Orleans.
At 7:00 PM ET, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and linebacker Patrick Willis join analyst Willie McGinest and host Amber Theoharis on-set on NFL Total Access from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Analyst Shaun O’Hara and host Scott Hanson provide additional coverage from Bourbon Street.
Provided below is a complete programming schedule for Monday, January 28:
6:00 AM – NFL AM – LIVE
10:00 AM – NFL AM
2:00 PM – NFL’s Top 10: Players to Never Play in the Super Bowl
3:00 PM – NFL’s Top 10: Super Bowls
4:00 PM – Super Bowl Live:
- 4:30 PM: San Francisco 49ers media availability
- 5:00 PM: Baltimore Ravens arrival
- 6:45 PM: Baltimore Ravens media availability
7:00 PM – NFL Total Access: Super Bowl XLVII – LIVE
8:00 PM – Super Bowl Classic: New York Giants vs. New England Patriots – Super Bowl XLVI
10:30 PM – Sound FX: Ray Lewis
11:00 PM – NFL Total Access: Super Bowl XLVII
12 MIDNGHT – America’s Game: 1981 San Francisco 49ers
1:00 AM – America’s Game: 1984 San Francisco 49ers
2:00 AM – NFL Total Access: Super Bowl XLVII
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