Quotes From NFL Network’s ‘Super Bowl Live,’ ‘NFL Total Access’ & ‘ Super Bowl Tonight’ — Wednesday, January 28

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

“It’s Beast Mode. The thing about Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks, they celebrate the uniqueness of this guy. Russell Wilson may be the face of the franchise, he may be your franchise quarterback, but the heartbeat the soul of this team is Marshawn Lynch. When you have a dominant runner like that you have to deal with some things. I’ve talked to Marshawn…I’ve always tried to tell to Marshawn to talk up. There’s one thing he told me, he said, ‘Mike I’m not going to let anybody live my life for me…My Mom told me that.’ He said she told me that because if I get in trouble, nobody’s going to come to my defense. So, I go by the beat of my own drum and you can only respect that.” – Michael Robinson on Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch

“The more and more I look at [Marshawn Lynch] the more and more I realize just how brilliant this guy is…Beast Mode understands the power and what he’s doing and he’s wearing the Beast Mode hat. That tells me you are using the media…He has figured it out.” – Michael Irvin on Marshawn Lynch’s media interaction this week

“Two totally different mind frames, two totally different attitudes, but both of them have one goal and that’s to be the best. You know before Darrelle Revis got hurt with the ACL he was on his way. Now this year, he’s back on his way to being one of the best. And we all know what Richard Sherman does.” – Ike Taylor on Darrelle Revis and Richard Sherman

“The thing that I’m most disappointed about was not being able to get that ring for my buddy Junior Seau. I played 12 years with him; nine in San Diego, three with the Patriots. Not to be able to make that play to get him a ring just hurts my heart.” – Super Bowl champion Rodney Harrison on the David Tyree catch in Super Bowl XLII

“I’m going to go with the Patriots because I like Tom Brady…I don’t see him losing three Super Bowls.” – Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell on the Super Bowl matchup

“We have a lot of pieces in place. We have so many core young guys who are stepping in and becoming wiser and better NFL professionals. As soon as we get our defensive coordinator situation worked out, I think we’re going to be just fine.” – Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell

“I’d like to think I can fit in on any team to be honest with you but I’m a Raider through and through. It’s just the blood running through my veins and I love it. I’ll never be anything but a Raider.” – Oakland Raiders fullback Marcel Reece

“I think we can, I do. I really do think we can.” – Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden on whether or not they can win with Johnny Manziel at quarterback

“I’ve seen absolutely nothing in demeanor or skill set to indicate Johnny Manziel has any chance of surviving in this game.” – Brian Billick on Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel

“Let’s talk about what bulletin board material does…It’s not going to get me more hyped because I’m already hyped to play the football game. That’s not the logic. Now what bulletin board material will do…It will give me some added fuel at the right time.” – Michael Irvin on bulletin board material going into Super Bowl XLIX

“Jamie [Collins] is becoming a household name.” – Heath Evans on the New England Patriots defense

“[Vince Wilfork] probably won’t get an MVP award, but he’s going to have to be the MVP of this team if they’re going to get a win on Super Bowl Sunday.” – Heath Evans on Vince Wilfork

“If you want to crown [the Seahawks wide receivers] with any type of title or name you should also crown them by being the best blocking wide receivers in the game.” – Nate Burleson on the Seattle Seahawks wide receivers

“I think Derek [Carr] did a great job of progressing throughout the year. Then bring Jack [Del Rio] and his staff in and what they’ve done and obviously being a part of his team when I first came out…I thought that was a great hire. He’s going to come back and show us how to have a tough, poised mindset to be in these close games and pull them out.” – Oakland Raiders running back Maurice Jones-Drew looking ahead to next year’s team

New England Patriots Cornerback Darrelle Revis with NFL Media’s Andrea Kremer

NFL Media’s Andrea Kremer sat down with New England Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis for an interview on NFL Network’s NFL Total Access.

On what went through his mind when he realized he was finally going to the Super Bowl:

“Just relief of trying to get there for eight years. It’s finally here and I’m very excited. It’s just great. It’s been a long ride.”

On how he evaluates his play now:

“Actually I feel I’m a better player; more mentally. I guess you get better with age people say. You have a lot more wisdom.”

On ways in which he feels a greater appreciation for where he is:

“I’ve always been humble and this even humbled me even more. To definitely get a second chance at my career, there’s still chapters I’m writing in this legacy.”

On what next year holds:

“I’m here now and I’m happy to be here. You just never know with contract situations and the whole business side of it.”

To view the entire interview, visit:


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

– Michael Irvin on Marshawn Lynch Michael Irvin and Warren Sapp discuss Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch on NFL Total Access:


– Maurice Jones-Drew Joins NFL Total Access – Oakland Raiders running back Maurice Jones-Drew joins NFL Total Access to discuss the Raiders and Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch:


– Will LeGarrette Blount’s Comments Fuel the Seattle Seahawks? Michael Irvin and Warren Sapp discuss the impact of New England Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount’s comments:


– Mike Haynes Discusses Physical Defensive Backs – NFL Hall of Fame Member Mike Haynes joins Super Bowl Live to discuss defensive backs:


– Ike Taylor Reviews Steelers Season – Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor joins Super Bowl Live and talks about the Steelers season:


– Will the Cardinals Regress in 2015? – NFL Network’s Matt “Money” Smith and Dave Dameshek analyze the 2015 Arizona Cardinals:


– Rodney Harrison Remembers Tyree Catch – NFL Analyst Rodney Harrison joins Super Bowl Live to discuss the David Tyree catch:


– Fred Jackson Ranks Former NFL RBs – Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson joins Super Bowl Live and ranks all-time great running backs:


– Le’Veon Bell: Blount, Lynch Run with Anger – Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell joins Marshall Faulk on Super Bowl Live:


– Campbell – We Have a lot of Core Guys Ready to Go – Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell joins Super Bowl Live:


– Do Brady and Belichick Need to Win to Secure Legacy? – Host Chris Rose and analysts Brian Billick and Daniel Jeremiah analyze what this game means to Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s legacy:


– Seattle Seahawks Becoming a Dynasty? – Host Chris Rose and analysts Brian Billick and Daniel Jeremiah discuss the Seattle Seahawks:


– Joe Haden: I Think We Can Win with Manziel at QB – Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden joins Super Bowl Live and talks with Marshall Faulk:


– Justin Houston on Dominant Sack Numbers – Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston joins Super Bowl Live to discuss his season:


– Billick: Manziel Will Not Be in the NFL in Five Years – NFL Network’s Brian Billick weighs in on Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel:


– Why is Marshawn Lynch the Way he is? – Host Chris Rose and analysts Brian Billick and Michael Robinson discuss why Marshawn Lynch is the way he is:


– Super Bowl XLIX Media Day: The Shek Report – NFL Network’s Dave Dameshek breaks down Tuesday’s Super Bowl XLIX Media Day:


– LaDainian Tomlinson Joins NFL AM LaDainian Tomlinson joins Eric Davis and LaVar Arrington on NFL AM:


– Jeremy Hill on NFL AM – Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill joins NFL AM:


Coming up on Thursday, January 29

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

  • Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell
  • New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees
  • Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles
  • Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill
  • Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly
  • Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen
  • Seattle Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman
  • Former Super Bowl-winning head coach Dick Vermeil
  • Former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice
  • Former NFL quarterback Archie Manning

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

  • Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles
  • Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver J. Green
  • New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees
  • Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas
  • Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana
  • Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman
  • Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson
  • Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray
  • Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon
  • Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett
  • Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Y. Hilton
  • Former NFL safety John Lynch
  • Former Super Bowl-winning quarterback Joe Theismann
  • New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr.

– 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:

  • NFL Network analysts Michael Irvin & Warren Sapp
  • Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill
  • Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith
  • Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles
  • New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees
  • New York Giants running back Rashad Jennings
  • Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson
  • Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett

– At 7:00 PM ET, NFL Total Access airs from the NFL Experience and Super Bowl Central in Arizona with hosts Dan Hellie and Amber Theoharis, and analysts Willie McGinest, Heath Evans, Michael Irvin, Michael Robinson and Nate Burleson, and NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. New Orleans Saints defensive end Cam Jordan joins the show

– 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

– A few days before Super Bowl XLIX kicks off, NFL Network calls a players only meeting with Players Only: Super Bowl XLIX at 10:00 PM ET. Hall of Famers and Super Bowl champions Deion Sanders, Michael Irvin, Marshall Faulk and Warren Sapp breakdown the matchup between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks


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