ESPN will televise the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl from Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla. ESPN’s multi-day Pro Bowl coverage includes the first Skills Showdown, reports from team practices, and live telecasts of ESPN studio shows from Pro Bowl events at Walt Disney World Resort, including Mike and Mike, NFL Live and segments of SportsCenter.
ESPN names NFL studio after Chris Berman and Tom Jackson, the first time in ESPN’s company history that a studio has been dedicated to a commentator or executive.
ESPN Audio launched a new weekly podcast today with NFL Insider Adam Schefter. His “Adam Schefter’s Know Them from Adam” podcast is an interview series featuring long-form conversations with individuals who have a connection to pro football. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is Schefter’s first guest.
ESPN will kick off the NFL Wild Card Weekend with Oakland Raiders vs. Houston Texans. The game airs Saturday, Jan. 7, at 4:20 p.m. ET on ESPN and ABC, ESPN Deportes and WatchESPN.
Sunday NFL Countdown Regular-Season Finale Highlights ESPN’s NFL Week 17
Monday Night Football’s Lions-Cowboys Regular-Season Finale Highlights ESPN’s NFL Week 16. Studio coverage includes features by Annie Apple, Jim Trotter, Keyshawn Johnson and Michelle Beisner Buck.
ESPN has signed NFL Insider Adam Schefter, one of sports media’s preeminent reporters, to a new multi-year contract extension.
ESPN will televise the NFL’s first regular-season game in Mexico City in 11 years on Monday Night Football on Nov. 21 from Estadio Azteca. Multiple ESPN studio shows will be live from Mexico City on Nov. 20-21 as part of the company’s extensive English and Spanish-language coverage, both in the United States and on ESPN networks in Spanish-speaking Latin America.
ESPN Signs Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon to New Multi-Year Extensions as Pardon the Interruption Marks 15th Anniversary
Pardon the Interruption marks its 15-year anniversary this week and ESPN has signed PTI co-hosts Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon to new multi-year contract extensions.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen has been named the 2016 NFL Players Association Georgetown Lombardi Award honoree. Mortensen and his courageous battle against cancer will be recognized at the 30th Anniversary Lombardi Gala on October 29 in Washington, D.C.
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