Live 'NFL Free Agency Frenzy' on NFL Network TODAY – Friday, March 10 at 1:00 PM ET
'NFL Total Access' Expands to 3 Hours Thursday, March 9 & Friday, March 10
Track Every Move on NFL.com/FreeAgency
NFL Media is the go-to destination for the most comprehensive coverage and analysis of the 2017 NFL free agency period, which officially begins Thursday, March 9 at 4:00 PM ET.
NFL Network's NFL Free Agency Frenzy show provides comprehensive coverage and expert analysis of every roster move and transaction, beginning TODAY (Tuesday, March 7) and continuing through Friday, March 10 at 1:00 PM ET with 25 on-air analysts, hosts and reporters anchoring the coverage.
Digitally, NFL.com/freeagency is the go-to destination for the latest news reports from around the NFL, which includes a list of the Top 101 free agents available, a running list of who has signed where and best team fits for free agents. Additional coverage includes comprehensive analysis of each signing and what each addition will mean for teams from Around the NFL's team of writers, as well as Elliot Harrison's best free agency signings, Gregg Rosenthal's winners and losers of free agency, Judy Battista's free agency trends and Bucky Brooks' analysis on how free agency signings will affect teams' draft plans.
On NFL Now, coverage features NFL Network analyst LaDainian Tomlinson describing his free agency experience leaving the San Diego Chargers for the New York Jets, as well as extensive free agency coverage and analysis.
NFL Media's podcasts The Dave Dameshek Football Program, Around the NFL, Move the Sticks and NFL Fantasy Live will provide analysis throughout free agency week.
NFL Social Media will provide a Snapchat Discover recapping the biggest free agent moves, custom graphics, jersey swap imagery for all player transactions and custom videos, as well as around-the-clock news coverage and social video across Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and Instagram.
Live streaming of NFL Network's NFL Free Agency Frenzy coverage is available across digital devices. All Verizon Wireless customers can access the stream on smartphones with NFL Mobile from Verizon. To download NFL Mobile, go to NFL.com/mobile, or for more information visit Verizon.com/NFL. Data usage applies for app download and use. Fans can also watch NFL Free Agency Frenzy via Watch NFL Network on tablet (NFL Mobile, Watch NFL Network and NFL on Windows 10 apps), PC (NFL.com/watch), Xbox One and Xbox 360 (NFL on Xbox app) and other connected TV devices (NFL app on Apple TV, PlayStation 4, Android TV and Amazon Fire TV). Watch NFL Network access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/network.
NFL Network's NFL Free Agency Frenzy features analysts Brian Baldinger, Brian Billick, Charley Casserly, LaDainian Tomlinson and Nate Burleson, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, reporters Michael Silver, Judy Battista, Steve Wyche, Mike Garafolo, Stacey Dales, Kimberly Jones, Alex Flanagan, James Palmer, Aditi Kinkhabwala, Jane Slater, Tiffany Blackmon and Randy Moss, Around the NFL's Gregg Rosenthal, and hosts Rich Eisen, Scott Hanson, Andrew Siciliano, Patrick Claybon, Rhett Lewis and Amber Theoharis.
NFL Total Access airs each night at 7:00 PM ET, recapping the day's action and providing the latest news reports. On Thursday, March 9 and Friday, March 10, NFL Total Access expands to three hours. Hosts Dan Hellie and Lindsay Rhodes are joined by analysts Heath Evans, Brian Billick, Charley Casserly and Daniel Jeremiah, and special guest analyst James Jones to break down every free agency move.
Good Morning Football kicks off NFL Network's coverage each day at 7:00 AM ET, with Kay Adams, Nate Burleson, Peter Schrager and Kyle Brandt.
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