“I’ve got a quarterback now that … he loves even the walk-ons,” Hester says.
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It will likely be unveiled on primetime TV.
The extra point is football, but not really. More than anything, it’s punctuation. It’s a superfluous activity providing little more than a familiar, habitual marking point in the rhythm of the game, soon to be kicked to the curb.
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The retired three-time Super Bowl MVP quarterback will join the network’s crew for daylong coverage of Sunday’s NFL championship game between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.
The NFL Network set a new record for Thursday night football when the Bears took on the Packers, even though it made for some disappointing viewing for Chicagoans.
I’ve had enough of this whole Mike Martz thing.
The former Bears offensive coordinator was on the open market after his contract expired, but apparently didn’t receive many offers.
NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi joined The Mully and Hanley Show to breakdown this week’s games.
The NFL has turned us all into crackheads. We have to have it, and can’t live without it. When we get it, we binge on it until it’s gone, and then we start looking for it again.
This wasn’t the Superbowl. It wasn’t a playoff game. It wasn’t even a division rival. It was just a regular season game from seven months ago.
On Thursday, the NFL Network announced that it would have a new broadcast booth for it’s eight, Thursday night broadcasts throughout the season.