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In anticipation of ESPN’s Monday Night Football season finale – Atlanta Falcons vs. San Francisco 49ers (Dec. 23 at 8:25 p.m. ET), the final regular-season NFL game at Candlestick Park, ESPN commentators and contributors share their memories of one of sports’ most iconic venues. “It was not the greatest played game but you couldn’t have … Read More
Chris Berman’s 2 Minute Drill Celebrates San Francisco’s Candlestick Park Chris Berman’s 2 Minute Drill, the long-running weekly NFL preview segment that airs on Friday night and Saturday morning editions of SportsCenter, will pay tribute to one of sport’s longtime venues: San Francisco’s Candlestick Park — home to the NFL’s 49ers since 1971 and Major … Read More
Below are transcribed comments from ESPN NFL analyst and Pro Football Hall of Famer Steve Young, the last quarterback to lead the San Francisco 49ers to the Super Bowl. Young will be part of ESPN’s special four-hour Super Bowl XLVII edition of Sunday NFL Countdown live from New Orleans this weekend (10 a.m. ET on … Read More
ESPN conducted a media conference call on Wednesday with NFL analyst and Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young to discuss this weekend’s NFL Divisional Playoff games. ESPN will provide extensive studio coverage throughout the weekend with Saturday (11 a.m. ET) and Sunday (10 a.m.) editions of its Sunday NFL Countdown pregame show, as … Read More
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