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NFL Network upgrades its weekday coverage

September 04, 2013|By Sam Farmer
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The NFL Network is celebrating its 10thanniversary by ramping up its weekday programming, which airs in the afternoon on the West Coast and in prime time in the East.

The schedule:

3 p.m. PT: Andrew Siciliano hosts “Around the League Live,” monitoring breaking news and developing stories, with in-depth team reports and analysis.

4 p.m.: Lindsay Rhodes hosts “Around the League Primetime,” which continues the news coverage and checks in with the network’s reporters stationed with teams around the league.

5 p.m.: New host Dan Hellie and the network’s roster of former players discuss the top stories of the day on “NFL Total Access” on a redesigned set.

In a news release, the network said its signature show, “NFL Total Access,” will be “more personality-driven and provide more energy than ever before.”


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