Quotes From NFL Network’s ‘Super Bowl Live,’ ‘NFL Total Access’ & ‘Super Bowl Tonight’ — Monday, January 26

Quotes from Monday’s Editions of NFL Network’s Super Bowl Live, NFL Total Access & Super Bowl Tonight

“I’m going with Darrelle Revis.” – Antonio Cromartie on which cornerback he would take: Darrelle Revis, Richard Sherman or Patrick Peterson

“He’s a guy that can play in man-to-man coverage, he can play in a zone coverage; you can put him in the slot – you can do anything with him and he’s going to have success at it.” – Antonio Cromartie on New England Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis

“I went back and watched every defensive run against the Patriots this year. I’ve seen nothing that gives me hope that they can consistently eliminate Beast Mode [Marshawn Lynch] from that offensive equation…There is nothing there that says Beast Mode won’t have a huge day.” – Heath Evans on the New England Patriots

“I hope for our league, I hope for Bill Belichick, Mr. Kraft, Tom Brady that there was no wrongdoing. I hope that they prove that there was nothing here and we can move on. We know after some of the issues years ago, there [are] doubts there. And if we add something else to the mix, it’s just going to leave more doubts about the big picture of everything, from our league to this team to those guys’ legacies.” – Kurt Warner on the controversy surrounding the deflated footballs

“When you think about Bill Belichick, he loves to take the number one option away. I just don’t think you can take Marshawn Lynch away. Everybody has tried. I just don’t think you can commit enough guys to the line of scrimmage to take the guy away for 60 minutes.” – Marshall Faulk on Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch

“[The NFC Championship game] was the hardest I’ve ever seen a running back run with the football.” – Marshall Faulk on Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch

“When you play against Seattle, you understand that defense is great but you also understand [Marshawn Lynch] he’s the man. If you know you can stop him, then you have a good chance of beating Seattle. But he’s tough to stop.” – Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu on the Seattle Seahawks

“We never doubted ourselves. We knew that we would be back once we started playing the way we’re capable of playing, guys making the plays they made the year before.” – Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett

“He has the ability to rise to the occasion and really be at his best when the team needs him the most. When you can overcome throwing four interceptions in a game and still will your team to victory, I can tell you right now that is very special. That is Roger Staubach-like.” – Solomon Wilcots on Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson

“Just talking to people on both sides of the issue, everyone hopes that this is not Darrelle Revis’ last game with the New England Patriots, mainly just because of the way he played. In short, Revis has been exactly what the Patriots hoped for when they signed him to what was basically a one-year, $12 million contract. [He is] playing at an All-Pro level and they universally viewed [him] inside the organization as the one guy who makes this defense go. So while it is functionally a one-year, $12 million contract, it’s not actually that. In fact, Revis has a $20 million option that the Patriots can trigger after the season. Now the hope from both sides is to get though the season, make it to the Super Bowl – which they’ve done –, win the Super Bowl – which of course they have a chance to do on Sunday – and then begin talking on a long-term extension that would keep Darrelle Revis in a Patriots uniform for the balance of his career. What I am told is that if the Patriots cannot work out a long-term deal with Darrelle Revis, they are not opposed to actually just paying the $20 million and going into next season with him on a one-year deal.” – Ian Rapoport on New England Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis

On NFL.com the following video clips from NFL Super Bowl Live, NFL Total Access & Super Bowl Tonight are available for viewing:

– Biggest Challenge for the New England Patriots Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner and Heath Evans point out the biggest challenge for the New England Patriots this week:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-total-access/0ap3000000463729/Biggest-challenge-for-Patriots-during-Super-Bowl-week

– Antonio Cromartie Picks Who’s Better, Sherman or Revis? – Arizona Cardinals cornerback Antonio Cromartie makes his pick on Richard Sherman or Darrelle Revis:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-total-access/0ap3000000463745/Cromartie-picks-who-s-better-Sherman-or-Revis

– New England Patriots Can Handle Controversy – Will the New England Patriots be able to handle the controversy from the past week? Andrew Siciliano, Solomon Wilcots and Michael Silver discuss:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000463461/Wilcots-Patriots-can-handle-controversy?icampaign=nflcom-cs-homepage-videoswap_generic_nfl

– Michael Bennett: We Knew We Could Get Back to the Super Bowl – Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett joined NFL Total Access:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-total-access/0ap3000000463730/Bennett-We-knew-we-could-get-back-to-the-Super-Bowl

– Tyrann Mathieu Joins Deion Sanders – Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu joins Deion Sanders on Super Bowl Tonight:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl/0ap3000000463816/Mathieu-It-was-a-long-road

– Will Darrelle Revis Return to the New England Patriots Next Year? – NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport provides the latest regarding New England Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000463565/Will-Revis-return-next-year

– How Can the New England Patriots Stop Marshawn Lynch? Antonio Cromartie joins Marshall Faulk and Dan Hellie on NFL Total Access to break down how the New England Patriots can stop Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-total-access/0ap3000000463762/How-can-the-Patriots-stop-Marshawn-Lynch

– What Makes Russell Wilson Special? Andrew Siciliano, Solomon Wilcots and Michael Silver examine what makes Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson special:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000463558/What-makes-Russell-Wilson-special

– Will Marshawn Lynch Speak at Media Day? – NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport joined Super Bowl Live to discuss if Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch will speak at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000463488/Will-Lynch-speak-at-Super-Bowl-media-day

– How the Seattle Seahawks Became Dominant – NFL Media’s Judy Battista joined Super Bowl Live to explain how the Seattle Seahawks became dominant:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/super-bowl-live/0ap3000000463469/How-the-Seahawks-became-dominant

– Drew Stanton on the Seattle Seahawks – Arizona Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton joined Super Bowl Live to preview what the New England Patriots have to expect when they face the Seattle Seahawks defense:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl/0ap3000000463633/Stanton-on-playing-Seahawks-Pick-your-poison

– Will Kurt Warner Make the Hall of Fame? – Pro Football Hall of Fame finalist Kurt Warner discusses the possibility of being included in the 2015 class:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl/0ap3000000463803/Will-Kurt-Warner-make-the-Hall-of-Fame

– Who Will Make the 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class? Super Bowl Live goes through the list of finalists and predict who will make the 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame class:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl/0ap3000000463590/Who-will-make-the-2015-Hall-of-Fame-class

– What to Expect at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day NFL Total Access looks ahead to Super Bowl XLIX Media Day:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-total-access/0ap3000000463764/What-to-expect-at-Media-Day

Coming up on NFL Network on Tuesday, January 27

– NFL Network provides live coverage of Super Bowl XLIX Media Day Tuesday, January 27 starting at 12 Noon ET from the US Airways Center. Host Chris Rose is joined by analysts Michael Irvin, Kurt Warner, Deion Sanders and Willie McGinest to provide coverage of the New England Patriots’ media availability. For coverage of the Seattle Seahawks’ media availability, Rose is joined by Irvin, Sanders, Marshall Faulk and Michael Robinson. In between the two team sessions, Steve Wyche, Ian Rapoport and Michael Silver provide further information and analysis

NFL AM airs at 6:00 AM ET from inside the NFL Experience in Arizona. The following guests are scheduled to join the show

  • Branton Sherman – Brother of Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman

NFL Total Access airs at 7:00 PM ET with hosts Dan Hellie and Amber Theoharis, analysts Steve Mariucci, Shaun O’Hara, Heath Evans, Willie McGinest and LaDainian Tomlinson, and NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. The following guests are scheduled to join the show:

  • Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs
  • Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril & wide receiver Doug Baldwin

– NFL Network’s new show Super Bowl Tonight airs at 8:00 PM ET with host Melissa Stark and analyst Deion Sanders. The following guests are scheduled to join the show:

  • Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs
  • Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin

– Re-live the 2014 NFL season with Sound FX: Best of the 2014 Season at 10:00 PM ET

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