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Sirius XM NFL Radio

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

SiriusXM NFL Radio is a station on Sirius XM Radio channel 88 that is dedicated to the National Football League. Its personalities include several former players, coaches and front office executives including Gil Brandt, Derrick Brooks, Tim Brown, Rich Gannon, Pat Kirwan, James Lofton, John Madden, Anthony "Booger" McFarland, Jim Miller, Scott Pioli, Bill Polian, LaDainian Tomlinson, Ross Tucker, Amani Toomer and Solomon Wilcots. Hosts on the channel include Bob Papa, Bruce Murray, Alex Marvez, Jack Arute, Vic Carucci, Howard David, Dan Leberfeld, Steve Torre, Zig Fracassi and Jeff Rickard.

The channel had been known as "Sirius NFL Radio", but after the Sirius/XM merger, the channel name was changed. It was added to XM on September 20, 2008 as part of its "Premier" package and broadcasts on channel 88.

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Programming

The programming on SiriusXM NFL Radio can often variate, even during the offseason, due to live coverage of the NFL Combine, the NFL Owners' Meetings, the NFL Draft, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremonies. The current NFL Radio lineup is as follows:[1]

Weekdays

6-8 am ET (Mondays), 6-7 am ET (Tuesdays to Fridays) - The Morning Kickoff with Ross Tucker

8-11 am ET (Mondays), 7-11 am ET (Tuesdays to Fridays) - The Opening Drive with Bob Papa, Ross Tucker, David Diehl, Amani Toomer, Booger McFarland

11 am-3 pm ET - The SiriusXM Blitz with Bruce Murray, Rich Gannon and James Lofton

3-7 pm ET - Movin' the Chains with Pat Kirwan and Jim Miller

7-11 pm ET (Mondays to Thursdays), 8-11 pm (Fridays) - Late Hits with Alex Marvez, Bill Polian, Phil Savage, Mark Dominik and Gil Brandt

7-8 pm ET (Fridays) - Simms and the Mad Dog with Phil Simms and Chris "Mad Dog" Russo (replay from Mad Dog Sports Radio)

Football Diehards with Mike Dempsey and Bob Harris (from SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio)

Saturdays

The Weekend Kickoff 8-11 am ET - Howard David and Amani Toomer

Press Coverage 11 am-2 pm ET - Vic Carucci and Dan Leberfeld

The End Zone 5-8 pm ET - Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan

Chalk Talk - Various Times - Saturday & Sunday

Sunday

The Sunday Kickoff 7-9 am ET

SiriusXM NFL Radio Tailgate Show 9 am-12 pm ET

The Sunday Drive 12-8 pm ET - Steve Torre and Bill Lekas

NFL Rewind Sunday 8 pm-12 am ET - Jack Arute and Tim Brown

NFL season

The SiriusXM NFL Radio channel does not air games on Sunday afternoons. Instead, it airs The Sunday Drive, which recaps all games being played on Sunday afternoon, while breaking into radio broadcasts of any games where pertinent action is taking place (similar to NFL RedZone). The games themselves are aired on the reserved play-by-play channels and other channels not being used. The channel instead carries national radio broadcasts produced by the NFL on Westwood One for Sunday Night Football, Monday Night Football, and Thursday Night Football. Through the 2010 season, when games were carried on this channel, the internet simulcast would carry alternative content due to the NFL's Field Pass exclusivity.

When SiriusXM renewed its contract to carry NFL games through the 2015 season, it gained the rights to stream games online to satellite radio subscribers, starting with the 2011 season.[2]

External links

References

  1. ^ "SiriusXM NFL Football Schedule & Live Sports News & Talk Radio". siriusxm.com. Retrieved 19 April 2018.
  2. ^ "SIRIUS XM Radio and NFL Announce Extension of Satellite Broadcast and Marketing Agreement". Sirius XM Radio Inc. 2010-11-30. Archived from the original on 2011-07-20.
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