Quotes From NFL Network’s Super Bowl XLIX Media Coverage, ‘NFL Total Access’ & ‘Super Bowl Tonight’ — Tuesday, January 27

Quotes from Tuesday’s Editions of NFL Total Access & Super Bowl Tonight

“Our goal [is to] make Marshawn Lynch MVP of the Super Bowl. If we do that, obviously we’re going to win.” – Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin on Super Bowl XLIX

“I remember picking off a pass and high-stepping into the endzone like you did. I looked up to you; I still do. It’s crazy just to be sitting here next to you. But it’s even crazier that a first round draft pick –number five overall – would throw shade at some undrafted cats that’s just out there trying to do what they do.” – Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin to Deion Sanders on his comments regarding the Seahawks wide receivers

“[LeGarrette Blount] basically said that Seattle is not as good as everyone thinks they are. So he gave us a little bit of his mindset and what he’s thinking about that Seattle defense. I really like what I heard from LeGarrette Blount.” – LaDainian Tomlinson on New England Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount

“I’ll be interested to see what happens. [LeGarrette Blount] may sit out a series, he may not start – I don’t know. Everybody knows the Patriots don’t do that. They don’t give the other team bulletin board [material].” – Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs on LeGarrette Blount’s comments on the Seattle Seahawks at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day

“[Marshawn Lynch] is all about action. You cannot fault a player…If I’m on this man’s team and he’s like, ‘I don’t want to do any talking – I’m just going to go out there and be Marshawn Lynch’ then I’ll take that any day of the week than a guy who says I’m going to do this and going to do that and doesn’t show up on game day.” – Terrell Suggs on Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch

“[Marshawn Lynch] didn’t come out of character to be someone he’s not and I respect that.” – LaDainian Tomlinson on Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch

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

– Richard Sherman with Deion Sanders Deion Sanders caught up with Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-media-sessions/0ap3000000464084/Sherman-It-s-going-to-be-fun

– Marshawn Lynch with Deion Sanders Deion Sanders spoke with Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-media-sessions/0ap3000000464081/Lynch-to-Deion-I-m-just-here-so-I-don-t-get-fined

– Russell Wilson with Marshall Faulk Marshall Faulk spoke with Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-media-sessions/0ap3000000464154/Wilson-Best-thing-we-ve-learned-is-the-selflessness

– Doug Baldwin with Michael Irvin Michael Irvin caught up with Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-media-sessions/0ap3000000464216/Baldwin-I-m-going-to-Revis-Island-and-see-what-I-can-do

– Bill Belichick with Willie McGinest Willie McGinest caught up with his former coach, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-media-sessions/0ap3000000463950/Belichick-We-are-similar-teams

– Seattle Seahawks Wide Receiver Doug Baldwin on Super Bowl Tonight – Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin joined Deion Sanders on Super Bowl Tonight:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl/0ap3000000464384/Sanders-faces-off-against-Baldwin

– Michael Silver on the New England Patriots – NFL Media’s Michael Silver provides his analysis of the New England Patriots’ availability at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-media-sessions/0ap3000000464052/Silver-on-Patriots-I-saw-a-team-that-s-a-little-bit-edgy

– Could Marshawn Lynch Retire After the Super Bowl? – Could Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch retire after the Super Bowl? Steve Wyche, Ian Rapoport and Michael Silver answer:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-media-sessions/0ap3000000464060/Could-Lynch-retire-after-the-Super-Bowl

– How the New England Patriots Handled Media Day NFL Total Access analyzes how the New England Patriots handled Super Bowl XLIX Media Day:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-total-access/0ap3000000464363/Mariucci-Patriots-handled-tough-questions

– Marshawn Lynch at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day Amber Theoharis, Terrell Suggs, Steve Mariucci, LaDainian Tomlinson and Heath Evans discuss Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch’s appearance at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-total-access/0ap3000000464370/Suggs-I-respect-Lynch

– How Do Players’ Mindsets Change After Super Bowl Media Day? – Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs joined NFL Total Access to discuss the mindsets of the players after Super Bowl Media Day:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-total-access/0ap3000000464367/How-do-players-mindsets-change-after-Media-Day

– In-Depth: Bill Belichick vs. Pete Carroll – NFL Media’s Mark Kriegel goes in-depth regarding the current New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and former Patriots head coach Pete Carroll:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl/0ap3000000464372/In-Depth-Carroll-vs-Belichick

– Are Ndamukong Suh and the Detroit Lions Close to a Deal? Steve Wyche, Ian Rapoport and Michael Silver discuss the latest regarding Ndamukong Suh and the Detroit Lions:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-media-sessions/0ap3000000464156/Is-Ndamukong-Suh-and-the-Lions-close-to-a-deal

– Who Will be the San Francisco 49ers Offensive Coordinator? – NFL Media’s Michael Silver and Ian Rapoport provide the latest regarding the San Francisco 49ers’ search for an offensive coordinator:

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-super-bowl-media-sessions/0ap3000000464076/Who-will-be-the-49ers-offensive-coordinator

Coming up on Wednesday, January 28

– The following guests will appear on NFL AM at 6:00 AM ET:

  • New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford
  • NFL Network analyst LaDainian Tomlinson
  • Baltimore Ravens wide receiver/return specialist Jacoby Jones
  • Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill
  • Arizona Cardinals wide receiver John Brown
  • Former Cincinnati Bengals running back Ickey Woods

–  Super Bowl Live provides live coverage on NFL Network from 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM ET. The following guests will appear:

  • Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell
  • Chicago Bears kicker Jay Feely
  • Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell
  • Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson
  • Tennessee Titans cornerback Jason McCourty
  • Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden
  • Oakland Raiders fullback Marcel Reese
  • Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Simeon Rice
  • Former NFL quarterback Randall Cunningham
  • Broadcaster Joe Buck

– From 1:00 – 4:00 PM ET, Super Bowl Live airs from the Fan Gallery at the Super Bowl Media Center in Arizona on NFL.com, hosted by Matt “Money” Smith along with Dave Dameshek, Adam Rank and Molly Qerim. The following guests will appear:

  • Former New England Patriots safety Rodney Harrison
  • Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden
  • Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson
  • Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell
  • Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor
  • Oakland Raiders fullback Marcel Reese
  • Former professional golfer David Feherty

– At 7:00 PM ET, NFL Total Access airs from the NFL Experience in Arizona with hosts Dan Hellie and Amber Theoharis, and analysts Warren Sapp, Michael Irvin, Willie McGinest, Heath Evans and Nate Burleson

– NFL Network’s new show Super Bowl Tonight airs at 8:00 PM ET, with host Melissa Stark and analyst Deion Sanders from the NFL Experience in Arizona

– The latest edition of Inside the NFL re-airs at 9:00 PM ET

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