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NFL Network to unveil regular-season schedule on Thursday

Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by TheSkaven, Apr 4, 2006.

  1. TheSkaven

    TheSkaven Last Man Standing

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    Finally we'll have something new to talk about. :)

    http://www.nfl.com/nflnetwork/story/9357380

    NFL Network to unveil regular-season schedule

    (April 4, 2006) -- For the third straight season, the National Football League's release of the regular-season playing schedule will be made into a two-hour television show on NFL Network's signature show, NFL Total Access.

    The show will air this Thursday, April 6, at 2 p.m. ET, when the master schedule is to be completed.

    The NFL Total Access Schedule Show Presented by GMC will be hosted by Rich Eisen, alongside guest analyst Steve Mariucci.

    NFL Total Access will announce the 2006 regular-season playing schedule on a week-by-week basis, highlighting the new changes taking place this season, including flexible scheduling, the addition of NBC and NFL Network as broadcasters, plus all the compelling matchups.

    In addition to highlighting the key games of the 2006 season, the special will also feature interviews with current players, including John Lynch of the Denver Broncos, coaches, including Herm Edwards of the Chiefs and Sean Payton of the Saints, plus broadcasters, including FOX's Troy Aikman, to gauge their reactions to the schedule as it comes out.

    The two-hour special will re-air the same day as its original air at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

    In addition to the NFL Total Access Schedule Show Presented by GMC, NFL Network features live, gavel-to-gavel coverage of Day 1 of the 2006 NFL Draft, as well as exclusive live coverage of NFL Europe games this April
  2. Cowboy from New York

    Cowboy from New York Active Member

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    Hopefully we get atleast 2 Monday nights, although I dont relish the thought of a Monday night IN Philly and all the TO hysteria that would ensue. I don't think the NFL can resist the allure of the ratings that would get though.
  3. Bach

    Bach Benched

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    For the third straight season, the National Football League's release of the regular-season playing schedule will be made into a two-hour television show on NFL Network's signature show, NFL Total Access.

    The show will air this Thursday, April 6, at 2 p.m. ET, when the master schedule is to be completed.

    The NFL Total Access Schedule Show Presented by GMC will be hosted by Rich Eisen, alongside guest analyst Steve Mariucci.

    NFL Total Access will announce the 2006 regular-season playing schedule on a week-by-week basis, highlighting the new changes taking place this season, including flexible scheduling, the addition of NBC and NFL Network as broadcasters, plus all the compelling matchups.

    In addition to highlighting the key games of the 2006 season, the special will also feature interviews with current players, including John Lynch of the Denver Broncos, coaches, including Herm Edwards of the Chiefs and Sean Payton of the Saints, plus broadcasters, including FOX's Troy Aikman, to gauge their reactions to the schedule as it comes out.

    The two-hour special will re-air the same day as its original air at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
  4. Cajuncowboy

    Cajuncowboy Preacher From The Black Lagoon

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    More proof that the NFL is the greatest sport on Earth. WHo else can make a two hour production out of the announcment of their schedule? AND get good ratings to boot? They do know how to promote their product.
  5. The30YardSlant

    The30YardSlant Benched

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    Awesome, thanks for the update
  6. tyke1doe

    tyke1doe Well-Known Member

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    LOL. True dat. :)
  7. SDogo

    SDogo Not as good as I once was but as good once as I ev

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    I still want more details about this draft coverage. I wonder how it will compare to ESPN's.

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