Super Bowl XLVI: NFL Network at the Senior Bowl, Pro Bowl and Super Bowl

NFL Network has extensive coverage of Super Bowl XLVI this weekend, plus coverage of the Senior Bowl on Saturday, Jan. 28, at 4pm ET, and practice and pregame coverage of the Pro Bowl from Hawaii. Other highlights include a reair of Super Bowl XLII between the Patriots and Giants, and Super Bowl highlight shows beginning with Super Bowl I on Saturday, Jan. 28, at 9:30am ET. Full release and program schedule through Jan. 31 below:

NFL NETWORK & NFL.COM PROGRAMMING NOTES (1/25 – 1/31)

NFL NETWORK’S SUPER BOWL XLVI PROGRAMMING FEATURES RE-AIR OF SUPER BOWL XLII & PATRIOTS-GIANTS WEEK 9 GAME

Exclusive Coverage of the Senior Bowl Saturday, Jan. 28 at 4:00 PM ET

NFL Network’s Mike Mayock Unveils Top 5 Draft Prospects at Each Position

Alec Baldwin, Ray Rice, Carson Daly, Mike Mayock, Michael Strahan & Warren Sapp Featured on One-Hour Edition of The Rich Eisen Podcast Thursday, Jan. 26 at 12 Noon ET

Marshall Faulk, Fran Charles & Tom Waddle Anchor NFL Network’s Pro Bowl Practice Coverage from Hawaii

NFL Network Travels to Indianapolis for Super Bowl XLVI with More Super Bowl Rings, More Live Super Bowl Shows & More than 100 Hours of Coverage

NFL Network travels to Indianapolis for its ninth year of providing comprehensive coverage of the Super Bowl. Beginning on Monday, January 30, NFL Network provides more live Super Bowl shows and more than 100 hours of programming – including more than 60 hours of LIVE coverage.

Additionally, NFL Network’s all-star roster of 30 on-air personalities has a combined 18 Super Bowl rings, providing the commentary and insight only former Super Bowl champions can offer.

Beginning Monday, January 30, NFL Network kicks off from Indianapolis with more than 60 live hours of Super Bowl programming. From live telecasts of original shows such as NFL Total Access at the Super Bowl, Super Bowl Live, NFL GameDay Morning, NFL GameDay Final and The Coaches Show, on-location editions of No Huddle, Playbook and The Rich Eisen Podcast, Super Bowl features and expansive Giants-Patriots-related programming, NFL Network provides all-encompassing inside access to everything inside and outside of Super Bowl XLVI.

Highlights of NFL Network’s Super Bowl XLVI programming will include:

·         Andrew Siciliano and Kara Henderson host NFL Total Access at the Super Bowl Monday, January 30 through Saturday, February 5 at 7:00 PM ET, live from the NFL Experience.

·         Super Bowl Live airs Monday, January 30 from 2:00 – 7:00 PM ET, Wednesday, February 1 & Thursday, February 2 from 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM ET, and Friday, February 3 from 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM ET from the NFL Experience and Super Bowl Media Center with up-to-the-minute reports, analysis and interviews.

·         Full game re-airs of Giants-Patriots in Super Bowl XLII Tuesday, January 31 at 8:00 PM ET and Giants-Patriots Week 9 game Wednesday, February 1 at 8:00 PM ET.

·         Super Bowl-champions Michael Irvin, Deion Sanders, Warren Sapp and a special guest discuss and debate all of the hot topics leading up to the big game in front of a live-audience on No Huddle Thursday, February 2 at 10:00 PM ET.

·         Super Bowl Saturday Night, one-hour red-carpet show on Saturday, February 4 at 8:00 PM ET leading up to the inaugural NFL Honors awards show on NBC. Rich Eisen and Melissa Stark report from the red carpet at the Murat Theater.

·         Live 8-hour edition of NFL GameDay Morning on Super Bowl Sunday at 9:00 AM ET from Lucas Oil Stadium. Super Bowl champion CB for the Green Bay Packers Charles Woodson joins as a special guest.

Exclusive Coverage of the Senior Bowl on Saturday, Jan. 28 at 4:00 PM ET

NFL Network’s ‘Path to Primetime’ 2012 NFL Draft programming continues with exclusive coverage of the Senior Bowl Saturday, January 28 at 4:00 PM ET. Paul Burmeister provides the play-by-play, while Mike Mayock and Charles Davis serve as game analysts. Heath Evans and Rebecca Haarlow provide reports from the sidelines at Ladd Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama.

Coverage begins at 3:30 PM ET with the NFL Total Access Senior Bowl Pregame show.

For the seventh consecutive year, NFL Network serves as the home of the Senior Bowl practices and game, providing wall-to-wall coverage of the collegiate all-star game and practices.

Below is the remaining schedule of NFL Network’s live coverage of Senior Bowl practices:

Wednesday, January 25
11:00 AM – 2012 Senior Bowl Practice: Day 3 – North Team
5:30 PM – 2012 Senior Bowl Practice: Day 3 – South Team
10:30 PM – 2012 Senior Bowl Day 3 Recap

Thursday, January 26
11:00 AM – 2012 Senior Bowl Practice: Day 4 – North Team
5:30 PM – 2012 Senior Bowl Practice: Day 4 – South Team
10:30 PM – 2012 Senior Bowl Day 4 Recap

NFL Network’s Mike Mayock Unveils Top 5 Draft Prospects at Each Position

With the 2012 NFL Draft three months away, NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock unveils his top five draft prospects at each position.

Quarterback
1. Andrew Luck – Stanford
2. Robert Griffin III – Baylor
3. Ryan Tannehill – Texas A&M
4-5. Not specified

Running Back
1. Trent Richardson – Alabama
2. David Wilson – Virginia Tech
3. Lamar Miller – Miami (FL)
4. Doug Martin – Boise State
5. LaMichael James – Oregon

Wide Receiver
1. Justin Blackmon – Oklahoma State
2. Michael Floyd – Notre Dame
3. Kendall Wright – Baylor
4. Alshon Jeffery – South Carolina
5. Chris Givens – Wake Forest

Tight End
1. Dwayne Allen – Clemson
2. Coby Fleener – Stanford
3. Orson Charles – Georgia
4. Ladarius Green – Louisiana-Lafayette
5. Michael Egnew – Missouri

Tackle
1. Riley Reiff – Iowa
2. Matt Kalil – USC
3. Jonathan Martin – Stanford
4. Mike Adams – Ohio State
T-5. James Brown – Troy
T-5. Zebrie Sanders – Florida State

Interior Offensive Linemen
1. David DeCastro – Stanford
2. Peter Konz – Wisconsin
3. Kevin Zeitler – Wisconsin
4. Cordy Glenn – Georgia
5. Kelechi Osemele – Iowa State

Defensive End
1. Quinton Coples – North Carolina
2. Melvin Ingram – South Carolina
3. Whitney Mercilus – Illinois
4. Nick Perry – USC
T-5. Chandler Jones – Syracuse
T-5. Andre Branch – Clemson

Defensive Tackle
1. Devon Still – Penn State
2. Jerel Worthy – Michigan State
3. Michael Brockers – LSU
4. Brandon Thompson – Clemson
T-5. Fletcher Cox – Mississippi State
T-5. Dontari Pope – Memphis

Linebacker
1. Courtney Upshaw – Alabama
2. Luke Kuechly – Boston College
3. Dont’a Hightower – Alabama
4. Zach Brown – North Carolina
5. Vontaze Burfict – Arizona State

Cornerback
1. Morris Claiborne – LSU
2. Janoris Jenkins – North Alabama
3. Alfonzo Dennard – Nebraska
4. Leonard Johnson – Iowa State
5. Dre Kirkpatrick – Alabama

Safety
1. Mark Barron – Alabama
2. Harrison Smith – Notre Dame
3. George Iloka – Boise State
4. Markelle Martin – Oklahoma State
T-5. Janzen Jackson – McNeese State
T-5. Antonio Allen – South Carolina

To view Mayock’s list, visit: Early position-by-position rankings for 2012 NFL Draft

Alec Baldwin, Ray Rice, Carson Daly, Mike Mayock, Warren Sapp & Michael Strahan on First-Ever One-Hour Television Edition of The Rich Eisen Podcast Thursday, January 26 at 12 Noon ET – Available for Download on NFL.com & iTunes

On Thursday, January 26 at 12 Noon ET, the first-ever one-hour television edition of The Rich Eisen Podcast airs on NFL Network, featuring a star-studded guest list. It is now available for download on NFL.com and iTunes.

Actor and the host of the inaugural NFL Honors awards show on NBC the night before the Super Bowl, Alec Baldwin, appears on the podcast. The native New Yorker talks about the New York Giants facing the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl for the second time in five years, hosting the NFL Honors awards show and an encounter he had with Roger Staubach.

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice via Team Cam to the podcast to speak with Eisen about his team’s loss in the AFC Championship Game, his future in Baltimore and more.

NBC’s Carson Daly joins Eisen in-studio to discuss his favorite team the Oakland Raiders, trying out for the U.S. Open and the latest with his television show, The Voice. Daly also plays audio of a number of voices of NFL players and coaches that Eisen has to correctly identify.

NFL Network’s Mike Mayock appears via satellite from Mobile, Alabama where NFL Network is providing exclusive coverage of the Senior Bowl practices and game. Mayock talks about the players that have caught his attention as the talent evaluation portion of the schedule has begun, as well as break down the upcoming matchup in Super Bowl XLVI.

Former Super Bowl-champion defensive end for the New York Giants Michael Strahan joins Eisen and NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp for a conversation and to re-live an old NFL Network segment.

Finally, a portion of Eisen’s interview with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady prior to Week 1 is re-aired.

The television edition of this week’s podcast re-airs on NFL Network on Sunday, January 29 at 7:00 PM ET.

To download the latest editions of NFL.com’s six podcasts, visit the NFL.com podcast page:
http://www.nfl.com/podcast.

THIS WEEK ON PLAYBOOK

Friday 8:00 PM ET – New England Patriots with Sterling Sharpe, Brian Baldinger and Matt Millen
·         Sterling Sharpe on how the Giants will try to beat the Patriots at their own game

·         Joe Theismann goes into the film room to explain how the Patriots use their two tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez

·         Patriots cornerback Devin McCourty breaks down the Patriots’ man and zone defenses

·         2:00 Warning – Who on the Patriots offense will be the biggest matchup problem for the Giants?

Friday 8:30 PM ET – New York Giants with Sterling Sharpe, Brian Baldinger and Matt Millen
·         Sterling Sharpe on who needs to step up on offense for the Giants

·         Joe Theismann goes into the film room to explain how the Giants use play-action pass

·         Giants offensive tackle David Diehl sits down with Brian Baldinger to break down New York’s run-blocking schemes

·         2:00 Warning – Who on the Giants offense will be the biggest matchup problem for the Patriots?

Marshall Faulk, Fran Charles & Tom Waddle Anchor NFL Network’s Pro Bowl Practice Coverage Thursday, Jan. 26 & Saturday, Jan. 28 — NFL Total Access Pro Bowl Pregame Show Sunday, Jan. 29 at 4:00 PM ET

Before the top players from both conferences, NFL Network provides exclusive coverage of the AFC and NFC Pro Bowl squad practices. Seven-time Pro Bowl running back Marshall Faulk joins Fran Charles and Tom Waddle for NFL Network’s coverage of Pro Bowl practices.

On Thursday, January 26 at 2:30 PM ET, Faulk, Charles and Waddle report from the AFC team practice at Hickman Air Force Base on the island of O’ahu, followed by coverage of the NFC team practice at 4:00 PM ET.

NFL Network’s Pro Bowl practice coverage continues on Saturday, January 28 at 1:30 PM ET.

Coverage includes mic’d up sound of players and coaches, players going through drills and interviews with the participants.

On Sunday, January 29 at 4:00 PM ET, the NFL Total Access Pro Bowl Pregame Show takes viewers right up to kickoff of the NFL’s all-star game on NBC at 7:00 PM ET.

DAY-BY-DAY PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE (all times listed are ET)

Wednesday, January 25
5:30 PM – 2012 Senior Bowl Practice: Day 3 – South Team – LIVE
7:00 PM – NFL Total Access
8:00 PM – NFL Replay: New York Giants at San Francisco 49ers – 2011 NFC Championship Game
10:30 PM – 2012 Senior Bowl Day 3 Recap
11:00 PM – NFL Total Access
12 MIDNIGHT – NFL Replay: New York Giants at San Francisco 49ers – 2011 NFC Championship Game
2:30 AM – Sound FX: Michael Strahan

Thursday, January 26
11:00 AM – 2012 Senior Bowl Practice: Day 4 – North Team – LIVE
12 NOON – The Rich Eisen Podcast
1:00 PM – Sound FX: Michael Strahan
1:30 PM – NFL’s Top 10: Single-Season Performances
2:30 PM – Pro Bowl Practice: AFC at Hickman AFB – LIVE
4:00 PM – Pro Bowl Practice: NFC at Hickman AFB – LIVE
5:30 PM – 2012 Senior Bowl Practice: Day 4 – South Team – LIVE
7:00 PM – NFL Total Access
8:00 PM – Sound FX: Championship Sunday
8:30 PM – NFL Replay: New York Giants at New England Patriots – Week 9, 2011
10:00 PM – Sound FX: 2011 New England Patriots
10:30 PM – 2012 Senior Bowl Day 4 Recap
11:00 PM – NFL Total Access
12 MIDNIGHT – Pro Bowl Practice: AFC at Hickman AFB
1:30 AM – Pro Bowl Practice: NFC at Hickman AFB
3:00 AM – The Rich Eisen Podcast

Friday, January 27
10:00 AM – Sound FX: Championship Sunday
10:30 AM – Sound FX: 2011 New England Patriots
11:00 AM – NFL’s Top 10: Super Bowls
12 NOON – NFL’s Top 10: Super Bowl Performances
1:00 PM – 2006 Pro Bowl Skills Challenge
3:00 PM – 2007 Pro Bowl Skills Challenge
5:00 PM – NFL Films Presents: Sounds of the Season 2011
5:30 PM – NFL Replay: New York Giants at New England Patriots – Week 9, 2011
7:00 PM – NFL Total Access
8:00 PM – Playbook: New England Patriots
8:30 PM – Playbook: New York Giants
9:00 PM – NFL’s Top 10: Teams That Didn’t Win the Super Bowl
10:00 PM – NFL’s Top 10: Single-Season Performances
11:00 PM – NFL Total Access
12 MIDNIGHT – Playbook: New England Patriots
12:30 AM – Playbook: New York Giants
1:00 AM – The Rich Eisen Podcast
2:00 AM – NFL’s Top 10: Single-Season Performances

Saturday, January 28
8:00 AM – The Rich Eisen Podcast
9:00 AM – NFL Films Presents: Sounds of the Season 2011
9:30 AM – Super Bowl I: Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs
10:00 AM – Super Bowl II: Green Bay Packers vs. Oakland Raiders
10:30 AM – Super Bowl III: New York Jets vs. Baltimore Colts
11:00 AM – Super Bowl IV: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Minnesota Vikings
11:30 AM – NFL’s Top 10: Rookie Seasons
12:30 PM – Playbook: New England Patriots
1:00 PM – Playbook: New York Giants
1:30 PM – Pro Bowl Practice – LIVE
3:30 PM – NFL Total Access Senior Bowl Pre-Game Show
4:00 PM – 2012 Senior Bowl – LIVE
7:00 PM – NFL Total Access
8:00 PM – Super Bowl VI: Dallas Cowboys vs. Miami Dolphins
8:30 PM – Super Bowl VII: Miami Dolphins vs. Washington Redskins
9:00 PM – Super Bowl VIII: Miami Dolphins vs. Minnesota Vikings
9:30 PM – Super Bowl IX: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Minnesota Vikings
10:00 PM – Super Bowl X: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Dallas Cowboys
10:30 PM – Super Bowl XI: Oakland Raiders vs. Minnesota Vikings
11:00 PM – Super Bowl XII: Dallas Cowboys vs. Denver Broncos
11:30 PM – Super Bowl XIII: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Dallas Cowboys
12 MIDNIGHT – Super Bowl XIV: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Los Angeles Rams
12:30 AM – Super Bowl XV: Oakland Raiders vs. Philadelphia Eagles
1:00 AM – Super Bowl XVI: San Francisco 49ers vs. Cincinnati Bengals
1:30 AM – Super Bowl XVII: Washington Redskins vs. Miami Dolphins
2:00 AM – Super Bowl XVIII: Los Angeles Raiders vs. Washington Redskins
2:30 AM – Super Bowl XIX: San Francisco 49ers vs. Miami Dolphins
3:00 AM – Super Bowl XX: Chicago Bears vs. New England Patriots
3:30 AM – Super Bowl XXI: New York Giants vs. Denver Broncos
4:00 AM – Super Bowl XXII: Washington Redskins vs. Denver Broncos
4:30 AM – Super Bowl XXIII: San Francisco 49ers vs. Cincinnati Bengals
5:00 AM – Super Bowl XXIV: San Francisco 49ers vs. Denver Broncos
5:30 AM – Super Bowl XXV: New York Giants vs. Buffalo Bills

Sunday, January 29
6:00 AM – Super Bowl XXVI: Washington Redskins vs. Buffalo Bills
6:30 AM – Super Bowl XXVII: Dallas Cowboys vs. Buffalo Bills
7:00 AM – Super Bowl XVIII: Dallas Cowboys vs. Buffalo Bills
7:30 AM – Super Bowl XXIX: San Francisco 49ers vs. San Diego Chargers
8:00 AM – Super Bowl XXX: Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
8:30 AM – Super Bowl XXXI: Green Bay Packers vs. New England Patriots
9:00 AM – Super Bowl XXXII: Denver Broncos vs. Green Bay Packers
9:30 AM – Super Bowl XXXIII: Denver Broncos vs. Atlanta Falcons
10:00 AM – Super Bowl XXXIV: St. Louis Rams vs. Tennessee Titans
10:30 AM – Super Bowl XXXV: Baltimore Ravens vs. New York Giants
11:00 AM – Super Bowl XXXVI: New England Patriots vs. St. Louis Rams
11:30 AM – Super Bowl XXXVII: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Oakland Raiders
12 NOON – Super Bowl XXXVIII: New England Patriots vs. Carolina Panthers
12:30 PM – Super Bowl XXXIX: New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles
1:00 PM – Super Bowl XL: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Seattle Seahawks
1:30 PM – Super Bowl XLI: Indianapolis Colts vs. Chicago Bears
2:00 PM – Super Bowl XLII: New York Giants vs. New England Patriots
2:30 PM – Super Bowl XLIII: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Arizona Cardinals
3:00 PM – Super Bowl XLIV: New Orleans Saints vs. Indianapolis Colts
3:30 PM – Super Bowl XLV: Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
4:00 PM – NFL Total Access Pro Bowl Pregame Show
7:00 PM – The Rich Eisen Podcast
8:00 PM – NFL’s Top 10: Single-Season Performances
9:00 PM – NFL’s Top 10: Rookie Seasons
10:00 PM – Sound FX: Championship Sunday
10:30 PM – NFL Total Access Pro Bowl Postgame Show
11:30 PM – Sound FX: 2011 New England Patriots
12 MIDNIGHT – Super Bowl XLII: New York Giants vs. New England Patriots
12:30 AM – Super Bowl XXXIX: New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles
1:00 AM – Super Bowl XXXVIII: New England Patriots vs. Carolina Panthers
1:30 AM – Super Bowl XXXVI: New England Patriots vs. St. Louis Rams
2:00 AM – Super Bowl XXV: New York Giants vs. Buffalo Bills
2:30 AM – Super Bowl XXI: New York Giants vs. Denver Broncos
3:00 AM – NFL Total Access Pro Bowl Postgame Show
4:00 AM – Super Bowl XLII: New York Giants vs. New England Patriots
4:30 AM – Super Bowl XLIII: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Arizona Cardinals
5:00 AM – Super Bowl XLIV: New Orleans Saints vs. Indianapolis Colts
5:30 AM – Super Bowl XLV: Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Monday, January 30
8:00 AM – Game of the Week: New England Patriots vs. Carolina Panthers – Super Bowl XXXVIII
9:00 AM – Game of the Week: New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles – Super Bowl XXXIX
10:00 AM – America’s Game: 1986 New York Giants
11:00 AM – America’s Game: 1990 New York Giants
12 NOON – America’s Game: 2001 New England Patriots
1:00 PM – America’s Game: 2004 New England Patriots
2:00 PM – Super Bowl Live – LIVE
* New York Giants team arrival
* Team availability (3:30 PM ET)
* Team availability (4:30 PM ET)
7:00 PM – NFL Total Access: Super Bowl XLVI – LIVE from NFL Experience
8:00 PM – NFL’s Top 10: Super Bowls
9:00 PM – NFL’s Top 10: Teams That Didn’t Win the Super Bowl
10:00 PM – NFL’s Top 10: Players to Never Have Played in a Super Bowl
11:00 PM – NFL Total Access: Super Bowl XLVI
12 MIDNIGHT – Super Bowl Classic: New York Giants vs. Buffalo Bills – Super Bowl XXI
3:00 AM – America’s Game: 1990 New York Giants

Tuesday, January 31
9:00 AM – Super Bowl Live: Media Day – LIVE from Lucas Oil Stadium
9:30 AM – Super Bowl XLVI Media Day: New England Patriots availability – LIVE
11:00 AM – Super Bowl Live: Media Day – LIVE from Lucas Oil Stadium
12 NOON – Super Bowl XLV Media Day: New York Giants availability – LIVE
1:30 PM – Super Bowl XLV Media Day: New England Patriots availability – ENCORE
3:00 PM – Super Bowl Live: Media Day – ENCORE
4:00 PM – Super Bowl XLV Media Day: New York Giants availability – ENCORE
5:30 PM – America’s Game: 2007 New York Giants
6:30 PM – The Coaches Show – LIVE
7:00 PM – NFL Total Access: Super Bowl XLVI – LIVE from NFL Experience
8:00 PM – Super Bowl Classic: New York Giants vs. New England Patriots – Super Bowl XLII
11:00 PM – NFL Total Access: Super Bowl XLVI
12 MIDNIGHT – Super Bowl Classic: New England Patriots vs. St. Louis Rams – Super Bowl XXXVI
3:00 AM – America’s Game: 2001 New England Patriots

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