A Record 88 Hours of Live On-Location Coverage
36 On-Air Personalities with a Combined 17 Super Bowl Rings
Brett Favre Joins Special 8.5-Hour Edition of 'NFL GameDay Morning' on Super Bowl Sunday
'Super Bowl Live,' 'NFL Total Access' & 'Super Bowl Tonight' Shows Live from San Francisco & the Bay Area Throughout the Week
Comprehensive Live Coverage of Super Bowl Opening Night from the SAP Center at San Jose – Monday, February 1
January 25, 2016: For the 13th year, NFL Network is on-location providing comprehensive, wall-to-wall coverage of Super Bowl week. With a more than 88 live hours of on-location coverage – a new record for NFL Network – from San Francisco and the Bay Area, and featuring a roster of 36 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 50.
Beginning Monday, February 1, NFL Network kicks off its coverage from San Francisco and the Bay Area. With more than 10 hours of pregame and postgame coverage on Super Bowl Sunday, nightly editions of Super Bowl Tonight Tuesday-Friday at 8:00 PM ET, on-location live telecasts of NFL Total Access and Super Bowl Live, special Super Bowl-related programming such as Super Bowl Live: Players Only and Players Only: Super Bowl 50 Special, and Super Bowl features, NFL Network provides all-encompassing inside access to everything inside and outside of Super Bowl 50.
Super Bowl Sunday Coverage
On Super Bowl Sunday, February 7, NFL Network provides more than 10 hours of live pregame and postgame coverage, starting at 9:00 AM ET with a special 8.5-hour edition of NFL GameDay Morning, presented by Scottrade. Utilizing 25 on-air talent members, NFL GameDay Morning offers comprehensive analysis before the kickoff of Super Bowl 50. Following the game, NFL GameDay Final, presented by Mercedes-Benz, is live from Levi's Stadium with postgame interviews with players and coaches, in-depth analysis and complete game highlights.
Super Bowl-winning quarterback Brett Favre joins NFL GameDay Morning live from Levi's Stadium.
NFL GameDay Morning – 9:00 AM ET
- Rich Eisen, Steve Mariucci, Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner & Michael Irvin – Levi's Stadium main set
- Ian Rapoport – Levi's Stadium
- Melissa Stark, Lindsay Rhodes, Deion Sanders & Terrell Davis – NFL Fan Plaza
- Chris Rose, LaDainian Tomlinson, Nate Burleson & Michael Robinson – Super Bowl City
- Brian Billick & Shaun O'Hara – Booth
- Amber Theoharis & Willie McGinest – Gold Carpet
- Kim Jones & Heath Evans – Broncos Hotel
- Stacey Dales & Eric Davis – Panthers Hotel
- Steve Wyche – Stadium Arrival
- Jeff Darlington – Stadium Arrival
- James Palmer – Denver
- Tiffany Blackmon – Charlotte
- Brett Favre – Guest Analyst
NFL Network's Super Bowl 50 programming includes:
- On Sunday, January 31, NFL Network provides live coverage of both team arrivals for Super Bowl 50. Throughout the week, NFL Network provides live coverage from each team hotel
- Super Bowl HQ airs live Monday, February 1 – Saturday, February 6 at 8:00 AM ET, delivering the first analysis and interviews of the day. Monday and Tuesday's editions of the show airs from 8:00 – 10:00 AM ET, while Wednesday through Saturday the show expands to air from 8:00 – 11:00 AM ET. Hosts Cole Wright and Erin Coscarelli, and analysts LaVar Arrington, David Carr and Elliot Harrison anchor the coverage from NFL Network's studios in Los Angeles and are joined by special guests throughout the week from San Francisco. Super Bowl HQ is presented by Mazda and delivered by Papa John's
- Super Bowl Live airs Monday, February 1 at 3:00 PM ET, Tuesday, February 2 at 2:00 PM ET, and Wednesday, February 3 – Saturday, February 6 at 11:00 AM ET from the NFL Experience and Super Bowl City with up-to-the-minute reports, analysis and interviews with some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment. Super Bowl Live is presented by Mazda and delivered by Papa John's
- NFL Total Access airs live from San Francisco and the Bay Area Monday, February 1 – Friday, February 5 at 7:00 PM ET & 11:00 PM ET, and Saturday, February 6 at 11:00 PM ET. The one-hour show 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 50. NFL Total Access is presented by Mazda and delivered by Papa John's
- Super Bowl Tonight airs Tuesday, February 2 – Friday, February 5 at 8:00 PM ET from the NFL Experience, providing further analysis, news reports and interviews, hosted by Melissa Stark and Nate Burleson. The one-hour show expands to three hours for Friday's show
- NFL Network provides three hours of live coverage of Super Bowl Opening Night from the SAP Center at San Jose Monday, February 1 at 8:00 PM ET. Host Rich Eisen anchors the coverage from the desk, while Michael Irvin, Marshall Faulk, Deion Sanders and Nate Burleson roam the scene providing interviews with players and coaches
- Super Bowl Saturday Night, a one-hour red-carpet show, airs Saturday, February 6 at 8:00 PM ET leading up to the 5th annual NFL Honors awards show on CBS. Melissa Stark and Nate Burleson host, along with Kevin Frazier on the Red Carpet and Erin Coscarelli. Super Bowl Saturday Night is presented by Bose
- NFL-related press conferences live, including team arrivals, player availability, Super Bowl halftime entertainment and National Anthem press conferences Thursday, February 4 and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's Super Bowl press conference Friday, February 5
- On Thursday, February 4 at 9:00 PM ET, NFL Network calls a 'players only' meeting to discuss and debate all of the topics leading up to Super Bowl 50 on Players Only: Super Bowl 50 Special
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