NFL Network’s Super Bowl XLIX Coverage — Monday, January 26

Live Coverage of the New England Patriots’ Arrival in Arizona at 6:30 PM ET

‘NFL AM’ Airs Live at 6:00 AM ET From Foxborough, Boston, Arizona & Los Angeles

‘Super Bowl Live’ Airs From 12 Noon – 7:00 PM ET

‘NFL Total Access’ at 7:00 PM ET & ‘Super Bowl Tonight’ at 8:00 PM ET

REMINDER: NFL Network provides live coverage of the Seattle Seahawks’ arrival in Arizona TODAY at 4:00 PM ET.

Coming up on NFL Network on Monday, January 26

NFL AM airs at 6:00 AM ET from Boston, Arizona and NFL Network’s studios in Los Angeles

  • Erin Coscarelli and LaVar Arrington live from Los Angeles
  • Rhett Lewis and Eric Davis live from Gillette Stadium in Foxborough
  • Randy Moss live from Boston
  • Jordan Babineaux & Aditi Kinkhabwala live from the Seahawks’ hotel in Arizona
  • Jeff Darlington live from the Patriots’ hotel in Arizona
  • Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson joins the show

–  Super Bowl Live provides live coverage on NFL Network from 12 Noon – 7:00 PM ET

  • Live coverage of the New England Patriots’ arrival in Arizona at 6:30 PM ET

NFL Total Access airs at 7:00 PM ET from the NFL Experience with hosts Dan Hellie and Amber Theoharis, and analysts Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner and Heath Evans

– At 8:00 PM ET, Super Bowl Tonight airs with host Melissa Stark and analysts Deion Sanders, Michael Irvin and Kurt Warner. The special two-hour edition of the show features Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu on-set

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