NFL Network Brings the NFL to Saturday Mornings



‘Good Morning Football: Weekend’ – Emmy-Nominated ‘Good Morning Football’ Extends to Saturday at 10:00 AM ET


Sunday’s ‘NFL GameDay Morning’ Expands to 7:00 AM ET


For the 2017 NFL season, NFL Network presents a revamped weekend programming schedule, highlighted by a live show on Saturday and NFL GameDay Morning expanding to 7:00 AM ET every Sunday – solidifying its place as the go-destination for all football fans.


Premiering Saturday, September 9Good Morning Football: Weekend airs Saturday at 10:00 AM ET from NFL Films in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, with host Colleen Wolfe, analyst Michael Robinson and reporter Mike Garafolo. The two-hour show – an extension of the Emmy-nominated Good Morning Football – provides the latest news and analysis from around the NFL heading into Sunday’s slate of games in the same entertaining and easy-going format viewers have come to enjoy with Good Morning Football during the week. Additionally, NFL Network reporters stationed across the league will join with the latest from each game site.


This season, NFL GameDay Morning on Sunday will now start at 7:00 AM ET, with Wolfe, Robinson, Garafolo and new NFL Network analyst Steve Smith Sr. broadcasting from NFL Films to offer the first preview and reports of the day’s games. This two-hour portion of NFL GameDay Morning replaces NFL GameDay First, which premiered in 2012.


At 9:00 AM ET, the Emmy-nominated NFL GameDay Morning continues from Los Angeles with host Rich Eisen, Hall of Famers Kurt WarnerMarshall Faulk and Michael Irvin, former head coach Steve Mariucci, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, analytics expert Cynthia Frelundand various NFL Network reporters. Smith Sr. will join via remote through 11:00 AM ET.


NFL Network’s Sunday GameDay programming continues with NFL GameDay Live at 1:00 PM ET, with hosts Rhett Lewis and Patrick Claybon, Hall of Famer Terrell Davis, and analysts Heath EvansDaniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks providing in-progress highlights and analysis of the day’s games. At 7:30 PM ETCole Wright and Steve Mariucci host NFL GameDay Highlights, providing a recap of the day’s action thus far with highlights, postgame press conferences and commentary leading up to kickoff of the Sunday night matchup. At 11:30 PM ET, Hall of Famer Deion Sanders speaks with some of the biggest stars from the day on NFL GameDay Prime, along with Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson and Chris Rose.


On NFL Now, NFL GameDay View streams on Sunday from 4:00-7:30 PM ET, with Marc IstookErin CoscarelliIke Taylor and Marcas Grant providing instant analysis and reaction to the day’s ongoing games. This week, former Washington Redskins safety Will Blackmon and comedian Flula Borg join the show.





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