New York Giants Senior Vice President of Communications Pat Hanlon Joins NFL Network’s Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day Coverage

NFL Network Provides Four Hours of Live Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day Coverage Tuesday, January 28 at 10:00 AM ET

New York Giants Senior Vice President of Communications Pat Hanlon joins NFL Network’s coverage of Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day Tuesday, January 28 beginning at 10:00 AM ET.

Hanlon will provide analysis and insight into what the PR staffs, coaches and players from both the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos are facing from a media perspective during Media Day and throughout the week leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII. Additionally, Hanlon will explain how the head of PR for the Seahawks and Broncos will navigate the week and the specific strategy each will have for their coaches and players, including four-time NFL MVP Peyton Manning and Seattle’s outspoken cornerback Richard Sherman.

Last year, Dallas Cowboys Vice President of Public Relations/Communications Rich Dalrymple joined NFL Network’s coverage of Super Bowl Media Day.

NFL Network’s coverage of Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day begins at 10:00 AM ET. Hosts Rich Eisen and Melissa Stark are joined by analysts Michael Irvin, Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk and Terrell Davis at the desk, while Deion Sanders roams the scene providing interviews with players and coaches. Between the two sessions, host Scott Hanson, NFL Media Insiders Ian Rapoport and Mike Silver, and analyst/reporter Steve Wyche offer further analysis and information.


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