NFL Network Set for Hall of Fame Weekend

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NFL Network will air more than 14 hours of programming related to enshrinement weekend at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

On induction day Saturday, the National Football League’s cable outlet will air eight hours of live coverage from Canton, Ohio, including the entire enshrinement ceremony, a two-hour NFL Total Access pre-ceremony show beginning at 11 a.m. (EST) and a one-hour post-ceremony show.

And Sunday, NFL Total Access will present a two-hour pregame show live from Fawcett Stadium in Canton at 6 p.m. for the Hall of Fame Game between the Oakland Raiders and Philadelphia Eagles, as well as a one-hour postgame show with highlights and interviews immediately following the game.

Also, beginning Monday at 7 p.m., NFL Total Access will feature interviews with each of the 2006 inductees: Warren Moon (Monday), Rayfield Wright (Tuesday), Harry Carson (Wednesday), Troy Aikman (Thursday), John Madden (Friday) and a career retrospective of the late Reggie White (Saturday).