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NFL Network and NFL Digital Media Live On-Location From Miami for Super Bowl LIV

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(Last Updated On: January 27, 2020)

From The NFL Network / NFL: A Schedule Of Coverage From Miami For Super Bowl LIV

More Than 85 Hours of Live Super Bowl Week Coverage Beginning Monday, January 27​

40+ On-Air Personalities with a Combined 12 Super Bowl Rings

Special 8.5-Hour Edition of ‘NFL GameDay Morning’ on Super Bowl Sunday

‘Good Morning Football,’ ‘Super Bowl Live,’ ‘NFL Total Access,’ & ‘NFL Players Only’ Shows Live from Miami Throughout the Week

Comprehensive Live Coverage of Super Bowl Opening Night from Marlins Park – Monday, January 27 at 7:00 PM ET

‘Super Bowl Today’ – Wednesday, January 29 – Friday, January 31 at 12 Noon ET on NFL.com & NFL App

For the 17th year, NFL Network and NFL Digital Media are on-location providing comprehensive, wall-to-wall coverage of Super Bowl week. With more than 85 hours of live Super Bowl week coverage featuring a roster of more than 40 on-air personalities with a combined 12 Super Bowl rings, NFL Network and NFL Digital Media are the go-to destinations for expert analysis, the latest news and reports, special guest appearances, matchup-related programming and more leading up to Super Bowl LIV.

Beginning Monday, January 27, NFL Network kicks off its coverage from Miami, highlighted by Super Bowl Opening Night from Marlins Park at 7:00 PM ET. With more than 11 hours of pregame and postgame coverage on Super Bowl Sunday, live on-location telecasts of Good Morning Football, NFL Total Access, Super Bowl Live and NFL Players Only, special Super Bowl-related programming and Super Bowl features, NFL Network and NFL Digital Media provide all-encompassing access to everything inside and outside of Super Bowl LIV.

In addition to content across NFL Network, NFL Digital Media will deliver an array of product features and exclusive programming including live shows, video features and audio content to keep fans connected all week long, with live shows such as Super Bowl Today, Around the NFL, NFL GameDay View and more on NFL.com and the NFL app.

On Super Bowl Sunday, the NFL app allows viewers to stay connected with all the action wherever they are with access to live NFL Network programming as well as a live stream of FOX’s telecast of Super Bowl LIV, plus Next Gen Stats, highlights and game insights.

Super Bowl Sunday Coverage

On Super Bowl Sunday, February 2, NFL Network provides more than 11 hours of live pregame and postgame coverage, starting at 9:00 AM ET with a special 8.5-hour edition of NFL GameDay Morning. Utilizing 21 on-air talent members, NFL GameDay Morning offers comprehensive analysis before the kickoff of Super Bowl LIV. Following the game, NFL GameDay Prime is live from Hard Rock Stadium with postgame interviews with players and coaches, in-depth analysis and complete game highlights.

NFL GameDay Morning – 9:00 AM ET

Rich Eisen, Kurt Warner, Michael Irvin & Steve Mariucci – Hard Rock Stadium Field Set
Colleen Wolfe, Steve Smith Sr., Michael Robinson & Joe Thomas – South Beach Set
Ian Rapoport, Cynthia Frelund & Mike Garafolo – Hard Rock Stadium
Tom Pelissero – Kansas City Chiefs Hotel
Stacey Dales – San Francisco 49ers Hotel
Steve Wyche & James Palmer – Reports from Hard Rock Stadium
Melissa Stark – Hard Rock Stadium
Andrea Kremer – Hard Rock Stadium
Kyle Brandt – Outside Hard Rock Stadium
Rhett Lewis, Brian Billick & Shaun O’Hara – NFL Network Studio

NFL GameDay Prime – Postgame

Chris Rose, Deion Sanders & LaDainian Tomlinson – Hard Rock Stadium

Featured on the Super Bowl Sunday edition of NFL GameDay Morning:

Steve Mariucci sits down with Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid

Deion Sanders sits down with Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes

Michael Irvin sits down with San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle

Michael Silver sits down with Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana

Andrea Kremer sits down with Pro Football Hall of Famers Brett Favre and Ed Reed, and others to discuss the changing quarterback position

Mark Kriegel takes viewers through unforgettable Miami Super Bowl moments

Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller, New Orleans Saints defensive end Cam Jordan, Miami Dolphins cornerback Aqib Talib, Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins, and former NFL defensive end Chris Long join live on-set

Former NBA champion with the Miami Heat Dwyane Wade takes viewers on a journey through the sights, sounds and moments unique to Miami

NFL Network’s Super Bowl LIV Programming Includes:

Good Morning Football airs live Monday, January 27 – Friday, January 31, delivering the first analysis and interviews of the day. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday’s editions of the show air from 7:00 – 10:00 AM ET from New York City, while the show moves to Miami on Thursday and Friday. Hosts Kay Adams, Nate Burleson, Peter Schrager, Kyle Brandt and Will Selva anchor the coverage and are joined by special guests throughout the week. On Saturday, February 1, Good Morning Football: Weekend airs at 9:00 AM ET with Colleen Wolfe, Michael Robinson, DeAngelo Hall and Mike Garafolo

Super Bowl Live airs Monday, January 27 at 4:00 PM ET, Tuesday, January 28 at 11:00 AM ET, Wednesday, January 29 and Thursday, January 30 at 10:00 AM ET, and Friday, January 31 and Saturday, February 1 at 1:00 PM ET from various locations throughout Miami with up-to-the-minute reports, analysis and interviews with some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment

One-hour editions of NFL Players Only air Thursday, January 30 and Friday, January 31 at 9:00 PM ET featuring a rotating list of NFL Network talent

NFL Total Access airs live Monday, January 27 at 6:00 PM ET, Tuesday, January 28 through Friday, January 31 at 7:00 PM ET, and Saturday, February 1 at 10:00 PM ET, with hosts Scott Hanson and Lindsay Rhodes, and analysts Willie McGinest, James Jones and David Carr recapping the day’s action and providing the latest news reports, on-air appearances by special guests and breakdown of the key matchups leading up to Super Bowl LIV

NFL Network provides three hours of live coverage of Super Bowl Opening Night from Marlins Park Monday, January 27 at 7:00 PM ET. Chris Rose, Steve Mariucci and Maurice Jones-Drew anchor the coverage from NFL Network’s studios in Los Angeles, while Michael Irvin and Deion Sanders roam the scene in Miami providing interviews with players and coaches

Super Bowl Saturday Night, a one-hour red-carpet show, airs Saturday, February 1 at 7:00 PM ET leading up to the 9th annual NFL Honors awards show on FOX

Live coverage of NFL-related press conferences throughout the week, including NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s press conference, team arrivals, player availability and the Super Bowl halftime entertainment press conference

NFL Digital Media Coverage of Super Bowl LIV Includes:

Super Bowl Today – Host Matt “Money” Smith keeps fans up-to-date on everything happening in Miami on Super Bowl Today Wednesday, January 29 – Friday, January 31 at 12 Noon ET. Smith is joined by Marcel Reece on Wednesday, and Shaun O’Hara on Thursday and Friday providing interviews from Radio Row and a breakdown of Super Bowl LIV. Super Bowl Today streams on NFL.com, the NFL app, YouTube and Pluto TV

Around the NFL – The Around the NFL crew of Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, Chris Wesseling and Marc Sessler bring viewers the latest news and interviews with notable names from sports and entertainment in Miami. Additionally, Around the NFL hosts a live venue show on Thursday, January 30 at 7:30 PM ET at Miami Improv. Around the NFL streams on NFL.com and the NFL app

The Checkdown Live on @NFL Twitter – The Checkdown will be live on the ground in Miami Wednesday, January 29 – Friday, January 31 hosting a content creation space on Radio Row at the Super Bowl Media Center in collaboration with Twitter. Players, celebrities and influencers will stop by to contribute fun and unique daily content to the #NFLTwitter conversation swirling around Super Bowl

NFL Explained: History of the Super Bowl – Narrated by Kyle Brandt, NFL Explained: History of the Super Bowl tells the entire story of how the game came to be. From when tickets were around $6 and a 30-second ad was $42,000, to now where an ad is nearly $6 million, NFL Explained informs fans on how the game got to where it is today. NFL Explained is available on NFL.com and YouTube

Reddit AMA – NFL Digital is hosting a running AMA live from Radio Row in Miami ahead of Super Bowl LIV. The AMA will be posted Thursday, January 30, and players will be responding to questions on Thursday, January 30 and Friday, January 31 from 1:30-3:30 PM ET. Participants include New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley, former Super Bowl-winning defensive end Chris Long and others

The Checkdown Live on @NFL Twitter from the NFL Honors Red Carpet – On the eve of Super Bowl LIV, Andrew Hawkins and former Bachelorette star Rachel Lindsay are live from the red carpet of the 9th annual NFL Honors, providing interviews with the players and celebrities on hand to celebrate the biggest stars and moments from the NFL’s 100th season. The NFL Honors Red Carpet Show will stream live Saturday, February 1 at 3:00 PM ET from the @NFL on Twitter handle

NFL GameDay View Super Bowl Preview – Andrew Hawkins, Cynthia Frelund and Gregg Rosenthal host NFL GameDay View on Sunday, February 2 at 12 Noon ET previewing Super Bowl LIV. NFL GameDay View streams on NFL.com, the NFL app, YouTube and Pluto TV

Around the NFL Postgame Show – The Around the NFL crew of Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, Chris Wesseling and Marc Sessler host the postgame show from Hard Rock Stadium following Super Bowl LIV, available on Monday, February 3 at 2:00 PM ET on NFL.com and the NFL app

Comprehensive coverage and analysis from NFL.com’s Judy Battista, Jeffri Chadiha, Michael Silver, Jim Trotter, Nick Shook and Kevin Patra throughout the week from Miami

Super Bowl Stories in the NFL App – Get behind-the-scenes coverage throughout the week in Miami and on the field from both sidelines on game day as part of this brand-new vertical video experience in the Super Bowl section of the NFL app

Provided below is NFL Network’s schedule for Super Bowl week (Monday, January 27 – Sunday, February 2). All times provided below are in Eastern Standard Time.

Monday, January 27

7:00 AM – Good Morning Football – LIVE

10:00 AM – Good Morning Football – Re-air

1:00 PM – Full Game Broadcast – 2020 Pro Bowl

4:00 PM – Super Bowl Live – LIVE

6:00 PM – NFL Total Access – LIVE

7:00 PM – Super Bowl Opening Night – LIVE

7:10 PM – Kansas City Chiefs
8:10 PM – Halftime
9:00 PM – San Francisco 49ers

10:00 PM – NFL Total Access – LIVE

11:00 PM – Super Bowl Opening Night – Re-air

2:00 AM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

Tuesday, January 28

7:00 AM – Good Morning Football – LIVE

10:00 AM – Good Morning Football – Re-air

11:00 AM – Super Bowl Live – LIVE

7:00 PM – NFL Total Access – LIVE

8:00 PM – Indivisible – Season 2, Episode 1

8:30 PM – Indivisible – Season 2, Episode 2

9:00 PM – Indivisible – Season 2, Episode 3

9:30 PM – Indivisible – Season 2, Episode 4

10:00 PM – Passing it Forward

10:30 PM – Super Bowl Matchup Programming

11:00 PM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

12 Midnight – Indivisible – Season 2, Episode 1

12:30 AM – Indivisible – Season 2, Episode 2

1:00 AM – Indivisible – Season 2, Episode 3

1:30 AM – Indivisible – Season 2, Episode 4

2:00 AM – Passing it Forward

2:30 AM – Super Bowl Matchup Programming

3:00 AM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

Wednesday, January 29

7:00 AM – Good Morning Football – LIVE

10:00 AM – Super Bowl Live – LIVE

1:00 PM – Commissioner Press Conference

7:00 PM – NFL Total Access – LIVE

8:00 PM – Full Game Broadcast

11:00 PM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

12 Midnight – Super Bowl Matchup Programming

1:00 AM – Super Bowl Matchup Programming

2:00 AM – Super Bowl Matchup Programming

3:00 AM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

Thursday, January 30

7:00 AM – Good Morning Football – LIVE

10:00 AM – Super Bowl Live – LIVE

7:00 PM – NFL Total Access – LIVE

9:00 PM – NFL Players Only – LIVE

10:00 PM – Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials

11:00 PM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

1:00 AM – NFL Players Only – Re-air

2:00 AM – Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials

3:00 AM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

Friday, January 31

7:00 AM – Good Morning Football – LIVE

10:00 AM – Good Morning Football – Re-air

1:00 PM – Super Bowl Live – LIVE

7:00 PM – NFL Total Access – LIVE

9:00 PM – NFL Players Only – LIVE

10:00 PM – NFL Mic’d Up: Best of 2019 Season

11:00 PM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

1:00 AM – NFL Players Only – Re-air

2:00 AM – NFL Mic’d Up: Best of 2019 Season

3:00 AM – NFL Total Access – Re-air

Saturday, February 1

9:00 AM – Good Morning Football: Weekend – LIVE

1:00 PM – Super Bowl Live – LIVE

7:00 PM – Super Bowl Saturday Night – LIVE

8:00 PM – Super Bowl Matchup Programming

9:00 PM – Super Bowl Matchup Programming

10:00 PM – NFL Total Access – LIVE

11:30 PM – NFL Total Access – Re-Air

12:30 AM – NFL GameDay Pick’em

1:00 AM – NFL Honors – Re-Air

Sunday, February 2

8:00 AM – Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials

9:00 AM – NFL GameDay Morning – LIVE

5:30 PM – Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials

6:30 PM – Super Bowl Game Center

10:00 PM – NFL GameDay Prime – LIVE

3:30 AM – Super Bowl LIV Re-Air

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