Coverage of Super Bowl XLVIII on NFL Network

Coverage of Super Bowl XLVIII on NFL Network: NFL Network has more than 140 hours of programming surrounding Super Bowl XLVIII from New York/New Jersey from Sunday, Feb. 26 through Super Bowl postgame coverage on Sunday, Feb. 2. Highlights include Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day at the Prudential Center on Tuesday, Jan. 28, Super Bowl Saturday Night one-hour red-carpet show on Saturday, Feb. 1, and more than 12 hours of pre- and postgame coverage on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 2.
Coverage of Super Bowl XLVIII on NFL Network

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Press release with full details of Super Bowl week programming from NFL Network:

NFL Network Live On-Location From New York & New Jersey for Super Bowl XLVIII

Record 86 Hours of Live Coverage Part of More Than 140 Hours of Programming from New York & New Jersey

12 Sets From 8 Locations & 40 On-Air Personalities with a Combined 17 Super Bowl Rings

12.5 Hours of Pregame & Postgame Coverage on Super Bowl Sunday

‘NFL AM,’ ‘Super Bowl Live’ & ‘NFL Total Access’ Shows Live from New York & New Jersey Throughout the Week

Comprehensive Live Coverage of Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day from the Prudential Center – Tuesday, January 28

Special Super Bowl-Related Programming Such as ‘The Rich Eisen Super Bowl Special,’ ‘M&M’ & ‘Let’s Go Primetime’ Throughout the Week

For the 11th year, NFL Network is on-location providing comprehensive, wall-to-wall coverage of Super Bowl week. With more than 140 total hours – including a record 86 live hours – of programming from 12 sets in eight locations across New York City and New Jersey, and featuring a roster of 40 on-air personalities with a combined 17 Super Bowl rings, NFL Network is the go-to destination for expert analysis, the latest news and reports, special guest appearances, matchup-related programming and more leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII.

Beginning Sunday, January 26, NFL Network kicks off its coverage from New York and New Jersey with live coverage of the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks’ team arrivals. From 12.5 hours of pregame and postgame coverage on Super Bowl Sunday, on-location live telecasts of original shows such as NFL Total Access and Super Bowl Live, special Super Bowl-related programming such as The Rich Eisen Super Bowl Special, M&M and Let’s Go Primetime, Super Bowl features and expansive Broncos-Seahawks programming and features, NFL Network provides all-encompassing inside access to everything inside and outside of Super Bowl XLVIII.

Super Bowl Sunday Coverage

On Super Bowl Sunday, February 2, NFL Network provides 12.5 hours of live pregame and postgame coverage, starting at 7:00 AM ET with NFL GameDay First. NFL Network’s coverage continues at 9:00 AM ET with a special 8.5-hour edition of NFL GameDay Morning utilizing 25 on-air talent members. Following the game, NFL GameDay Final is live from MetLife Stadium with postgame interviews with players and coaches, in-depth analysis and complete game highlights.

NFL GameDay First – 7:00 AM ET

  • Sterling Sharpe, Shaun O’Hara & Brian Billick – Super Bowl Blvd.
  • Jeff Darlington – MetLife Stadium
  • Kimberly Jones – Seahawks team hotel
  • Stacey Dales – Broncos team hotel

NFL GameDay Morning – 9:00 AM ET

  • Rich Eisen, Steve Mariucci, Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner, Warren Sapp & Michael Irvin – MetLife Stadium main set
  • Ian Rapoport – Various locations
  • Brian Billick & Daniel Jeremiah – MetLife Stadium booth set
  • Melissa Stark, Deion Sanders, Willie McGinest & Mike Silver – Fan Plaza
  • Chris Rose, LaDainian Tomlinson & Shaun O’Hara – Super Bowl Blvd.
  • Kimberly Jones & Heath Evans – Seahawks team hotel
  • Stacey Dales & Terrell Davis – Broncos team hotel
  • Steve Wyche – Seahawks arrival
  • Jeff Darlington – Broncos arrival & field
  • Aditi Kinkhabwala – New York City
  • Omar Ruiz – Seattle
  • Desmond Purnell – Denver

NFL Network’s Super Bowl XLVIII programming includes:

  • On Sunday, January 26, NFL Network provides live coverage of the Denver Broncos (3:30 PM ET) and Seattle Seahawks (7:30 PM ET) team arrivals for Super Bowl XLVIII. Throughout the week, NFL Network provides live coverage from each team hotel
  • NFL AM airs Monday, January 27 – Friday, January 31 at 6:00 AM ET, delivering four hours of live analysis and interviews. Monday and Tuesday’s editions of the show airs from NFL Network’s studios in Los Angeles and includes live reports from New York and New Jersey. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday’s shows air live from Radio Row in New York City. Host Nicole Zaloumis is joined by analysts Eric Davis, Terrell Davis, LaVar Arrington and Mark Kriegel, and reporters Steve Wyche and Jeff Darlington throughout the week
  • Super Bowl Live airs Monday, January 27 from 1:00 – 3:30 PM ET, Wednesday, January 29 & Thursday, January 30 from 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM ET, Friday January 31 from 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM ET and Saturday, February 1 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM ET from the Super Bowl Media Center and Super Bowl Blvd. with up-to-the-minute reports, analysis and interviews with some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment
  • Monday, January 27 – Friday, January 31 at 8:00 PM ET and Saturday, February 1 at 10:00 PM ET, NFL Total Access recaps the day’s action, provides the latest news reports, features on-air appearances by special guests and breaks down the key matchups leading up to kickoff of Super Bowl XLVIII. Wednesday – Saturday, NFL Total Access airs from Super Bowl Blvd in New York City
  • Four hours of live coverage from Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day at the Prudential Center Tuesday, January 28, beginning at 10:00 AM ET. Hosts Rich Eisen and Melissa Stark are joined by analysts Michael Irvin, Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk and Terrell Davis at the desk, while Deion Sanders roams the scene providing interviews with players and coaches. New York Giants Senior Vice President of Communications Pat Hanlon joins NFL Network’s coverage of Media Day to offer his insight and experience. Between the two sessions, host Scott Hanson, NFL Media Insiders Ian Rapoport and Mike Silver, and analyst/reporter Steve Wyche offer further analysis and information
  • Super Bowl Saturday Night, a one-hour red-carpet show on Saturday, February 1 at 7:00 PM ET leading up to the 3rd annual NFL Honors awards show on FOX. Chris Rose, Melissa Stark and Michelle Beisner are live from Radio City Music Hall, providing interviews with the biggest names in the NFL, the world of sports and entertainment
  • NFL-related press conferences live, including team arrivals, player availability, AFC & NFC head coach press conferences Friday, January 31, Bruno Mars’ Super Bowl halftime entertainment press conference Thursday, January 30 and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s Super Bowl press conference Friday, January 31
  • Rich Eisen takes The Rich Eisen Podcast on road to New York City with The Rich Eisen Super Bowl Special Wednesday, January 29 at 10:30 PM ET. Guests include FOX’s play-by-play announcer Joe Buck, a member of the Broncos and Seahawks, Hank Azaria as Jim Brockmire from Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day, and more to be announced
  • A Football Life season finale Wednesday, January 29 at 9:00 PM ET profiling Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice. A Football Life: Backstory airs at 10:00 PM ET
  • Throughout the entire season, Michael Irvin and Marshall Faulk have debated the hottest topics from around the National Football League. On Wednesday, January 29 at 7:00 PM ET, they debate for a final time this season on a special one-hour edition of M&M. Irvin and Faulk discuss all of the topics heading into Super Bowl XLVIII, resulting in the crowning of an M&M champion for the season. A panel consisting of NFL Network analyst Steve Mariucci, Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk and New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson judge.
  • On Thursday, January 30 at 7:00 PM ET, Deion Sanders provides his top 21 performances from the 2013 NFL season on Let’s Go Primetime. St. Louis Rams defensive end and Defensive Player of the Year candidate Robert Quinn, San Diego Chargers linebacker Dwight Freeney and Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Marvin Jones join the show. Additional segments include Sanders’ top celebrations and his take on some notable follies and bloopers.
  • On Thursday, January 30 at 10:00 PM ET, NFL Network calls a ‘players only’ meeting to discuss and debate all of the topics leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII on Players Only: Super Bowl XLVIII. On the hour-long show, former players (TBD) discusses topics including Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning’s legacy, which team is more equipped to weather the elements, if defenses still win championships and if the Seahawks are building the next great dynasty
  • See the game the way the pros do and break down Super Bowl XLVIII with Playbook: Super Bowl XLVIII Preview Friday, January 31 at 9:00 PM ET. Analysts Brian Baldinger, Sterling Sharpe, Shaun O’Hara and Brian Billick break down the matchup between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks and predict who they believe will raise the Lombardi Trophy on Super Bowl Sunday

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