Archive for 'NFL Films'

NFL Media Provides Record-Setting Coverage of 2014 NFL Draft

Record-High 51 Live Hours of Coverage on NFL Network Beginning Thursday, May 8 Presented by Verizon

Behind-the-Scenes Access with 16 War Room Cams at Team Facilities – Including Texans & Super Bowl XLVIII-Champion Seahawks

College Coaches David Shaw, Jimbo Fisher & Urban Meyer Join Live Coverage from Radio City Music Hall

Round-the-Clock Coverage and Live Streaming on & NFL Mobile From Verizon

NFL Media’s coverage of the 79th annual NFL Draft is officially on the clock. With a record-high 51 hours of live coverage of the three-day event, an extensive talent roster of analysts, reporters and college coaches, and 15 draft war room cameras providing behind-the-scenes access, NFL Network, and NFL Mobile descend upon Radio City Music Hall in New York City for the 10th year of NFL Draft coverage.

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NFL Films-Produced ‘Caught in the Draft’ Premieres Wednesday, April 9 on NFL Network

Airs Every Wednesday at 9:00 PM ET on NFL Network Leading Up to 2014 NFL Draft

Examines Five Particular Drafts: 1964, 1974, 1984, 1994 & 2004

Before the 2014 NFL Draft kicks off, NFL Network provides a comprehensive look back at the past 50 years of the NFL Draft with a new, NFL Films-produced series, Caught in the Draft.

Premiering Wednesday, April 9 at 9:00 PM ET and airing every Wednesday leading up to the eve of the 2014 NFL Draft, the five-episode series examines five specific drafts which had a profound impact on the National Football League and helped to transform the NFL Draft into the enormous event it has become.

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NFL Media Nominated For 20 Sports Emmy Awards

For the complete release, click here.

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.

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Former Redskins Tight End Jerry Smith Profiled on NFL Network’s ‘A Football Life’ Tuesday, January 21 at 9:00 PM ET

Two-Time Pro Bowl Tight End’s Life Detailed

Former Redskins Brig Owens & Calvin Hill, and Friend David Mixner Join ‘A Football Life: Backstory’ at 10:00 PM ET

From 1965-77, Jerry Smith was a two-time Pro Bowl tight end for the Washington Redskins. At the time he retired, Smith held the record for the most touchdown receptions by a tight end in NFL history. Yet off the field, Smith lived with a personal secret he did not publicly share with his teammates.

NFL Network’s two-time Emmy-nominated series A Football Life continues Tuesday, January 21 at 9:00 PM ET with Jerry Smith: A Football Life. The one-hour documentary chronicles the life of Smith, detailing his career with the Redskins, his life as a gay athlete and his death from AIDS.

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The 1993 Houston Oilers Chronicled on NFL Network’s ‘A Football Life’ Tuesday, December 10 at 9:00 PM ET

“There were more good players here than anywhere I’ve been. And I’ve been on three Super Bowl teams.” – Buddy Ryan

Profiles the Tumultuous 1993 Season & Features Interviews with Oiler Players, Coaches & Front Office Staff 

Warren Moon, Haywood Jeffires & Sean Jones In-Studio for ‘A Football Life: Backstory’ at 10:00 PM ET 

Entering the 1993 NFL season, the Houston Oilers were considered Super Bowl favorites by many. Despite a loss in the 1992 AFC Wild Card Game to the Buffalo Bills, the Oilers had made the playoffs for six consecutive seasons and had added Super Bowl-winning defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan to an offense that led the league in passing each of the previous three seasons. Yet instead of a run to a Super Bowl title, the 1993 season was filled with turmoil, dysfunction and heartbreak.

NFL Network’s two-time Emmy-nominated series A Football Life continues Tuesday, December 10 at 9:00 PM ET with Houston ’93: A Football Life. The one-hour documentary chronicles the up-and-down season for the 1993 AFC Central division champions, and features interviews with several players, coaches and front office staff.

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NFL Network’s ‘A Football Life’ Examines ‘The Great Wall of Dallas’ Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 9:00 PM ET

Profile of the Dallas Cowboys Offensive Line from Early 1990s

“This line was the best example of what five, six men working together can accomplish in the NFL: you can win it all.” – Jerry Jones 

In the early 1990s, the Dallas Cowboys won three Super Bowl championships in four years, with Hall of Famers Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin leading the way. However, it was six offensive linemen – none of which were drafted higher than the third round – who paved the way for those teams and collectively became one of the greatest offensive line units in NFL history.

NFL Network’s two-time Emmy-nominated series A Football Life continues Tuesday, December 3 at 9:00 PM ET with The Great Wall of Dallas: A Football Life, which profiles the Cowboys’ offensive line from the early 1990s. Comprised of tackles Mark Tuinei and Erik Williams, guards Nate Newton and Kevin Gogan, center Mark Stepnoski, and guard/center John Gesek, the “Great Wall of Dallas” was an intimidating force that led the Cowboys to big wins and memorable moments, while also skirting on the edge of recklessness, arrogance and controversy.

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Emmy-Nominated Series Continues Tuesday, November 26,

at 9:00 PM ET

“My Life is Not Easy, But It’s Awesome.” – Steve Gleason

Members of Team Gleason In-Studio for
A Football Life: Backstory at 10:00 PM ET

 Leading Washington State to the Rose Bowl or being the central figure in the New Orleans Saints’ most iconic play defines a football life. Facilitating awareness for an incurable disease defines a legacy.

NFL Network’s Emmy-nominated series A Football Life continues Tuesday, November 26 at 9:00 PM ET with a profile of the inspirational Steve Gleason who is currently living with ALS, an incurable neurological disease. The one-hour special chronicles Gleason’s football career, the early stages of his retirement, his life-altering diagnosis and his new livelihood as a patient, spokesperson, and trailblazer.

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Former Pro Bowl RB Jamal Anderson Joins ‘NFL GameDay First’ at 7:00 AM ET

This Week on ‘NFL GameDay Morning’ at 9:00 AM ET –

Steve Mariucci One-on-One with Kansas City Chiefs HC Andy Reid

Aditi Kinkhabwala Profiles the Rise of Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict –

Includes Interviews with Bengals’ Marvin Lewis, Burfict’s Mother, and Mike Mayock

The Resurrection of the New York Jets is Examined

 Sunday is ‘GameDay’ and every week NFL Network provides 12 hours of live coverage, beginning at 7:00 AM ET with NFL GameDay First.  The day continues at 9:00 AM ET with NFL GameDay Morning leading viewers into the early games. At 4:00 PM ET, NFL GameDay Scoreboard recaps the early action and at 7:30 PM ET, NFL GameDay Highlights recaps the entire afternoon.  At 11:30 PM ET, NFL GameDay Final provides complete analysis on the entire football Sunday.

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Invention of The Forward Pass Examined on NFL Network’s ‘A Football Life’ Tuesday, November 19 at 9:00 PM ET

Two-Time Emmy-Nominated Series Continues Tuesday, November 19 at 9:00 PM ET 

Features Interviews with Dan Fouts, Joe Namath, Roger Staubach, Mike Martz, Chuck Klosterman & More

What do Teddy Roosevelt, Knute Rockne, George Carlin, the Atomic Bomb, the Hail Mary Prayer, Marcia Brady’s broken nose and “American Pie” all have in common? The Forward Pass.

As ubiquitous as it is now, throwing the football was once unimaginable. For the first four decades of football’s existence, the Forward Pass was illegal. However, with rising safety concerns surrounding the game of football, President Roosevelt intervened. It was his demand that rules makers open up the game by legalizing the Forward Pass that saved football from abolition and created the sport we love.

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