Ahead of Divisional Round, NFL Network Goes Deeper on Postseason Coverage

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Ahead of Divisional Round, NFL Network Goes Deeper on Postseason Coverage

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​​Two-Hour Editions of 'NFL Total Access' Provide Fans Total Coverage of the 2016 NFL Playoffs Monday-Friday at 6:00 PM ET Starting TONIGHT​

More Overall Postseason Programming Hours Than Last Year

'Up to the Minute' at 4:00 PM ET Provides the Latest News Reports and Analysis from Around the NFL

NFL Network is gearing up for the 2016 NFL playoffs and the road to Super Bowl LI in Houston with expanded weekly coverage.

Starting TONIGHT and continuing through Monday, January 30, NFL Network's nightly show NFL Total Access expands to two hours and airs Monday-Friday at a new time of 6:00 PM ET. Hosts Dan Hellie and Lindsay Rhodes, along with analysts Willie McGinest, LaDainian Tomlinson, David Carr, Reggie Wayne, Heath Evans, Michael Robinson, Terrell Davis and more anchor the coverage, providing the latest playoff news and analysis. NFL Network's expanded postseason coverage represents the most live hours of NFL Total Access it has ever had in the playoffs (excluding Super Bowl week) and more overall postseason programming hours than last year.

Leading up to NFL Total Access, Up to the Minute airs Monday-Friday at 4:00 PM ET, providing the latest news reports and analysis from around the league.​

Digitally, NFL Now offers in-depth postseason coverage with Ike Taylor, Maurice Jones-Drew, Bucky Brooks, Colleen Wolfe, Marc Istook and more. For all of NFL Now's postseason coverage, visit NFL.com/Now and follow on Twitter (@NFLNow). Additionally, new editions of NFL Media's podcasts The Dave Dameshek Football Program, Around the NFL and Move the Sticks are available throughout the week on NFL.com, NFL Now, YouTube and iTunes.

NFL Network's Divisional Round NFL GameDay coverage begins Saturday, January 14 at 10:00 AM ET with NFL GameDay First, followed by NFL GameDay Morning at 12 Noon ET. Saturday coverage continues with NFL GameDay Highlights at 7:30 PM ET, NFL GameDay Overtime at 11:00 PM ET and NFL GameDay Prime at 11:30 PM ET.

On Sunday, January 15, NFL GameDay First airs at 7:00 AM ET, followed by NFL GameDay Morning at 9:00 AM ET. NFL GameDay Highlights airs at 4:00 PM ET, followed by NFL GameDay Overtime at 7:30 PM ET and NFL GameDay Prime at 8:00 PM ET.

For the 14th year, NFL Network provides comprehensive, on-location Super Bowl week coverage. This season, NFL Network's coverage features 80 hours of live coverage from Houston leading up to Super Bowl LI, beginning Monday, January 30.

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