NFL Network: Everything But the Bowl


NFL Network will present more than 100 hours of Super Bowl-related programming, including 55 hours of live coverage and more than 60 HD hours.

The National Football League’s cable service said highlights will include every NFL-related press conference live, including: team arrivals; player availability; head-coach press conferences; Hall of Fame announcement; commissioner Roger Goodell’s first Super Bowl press conference; the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award; special performances by Prince and Cirque de Soleil; and sponsor award conferences.

NFL Network will also air five hours of live coverage on Media Day Tuesday, Jan. 30, along with a live three-and-a-half-hour pregame show on Super Bowl Sunday from Dolphin Stadium in Miami and a two-hour postgame show.

Super Bowl XLI will air live from Dolphin Stadium in Miami Sunday, Feb. 4 on CBS.