ESPN’s Super Bowl LIII Coverage from Atlanta on Thursday

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ESPN’s Super Bowl LIII Coverage from Atlanta on Thursday

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Falcons QB Matt Ryan, NFL Hall of Famers Brian Urlacher and Deion Sanders, and Shaquille O’Neal Highlight ESPN Guest List

ESPN’s coverage of Super Bowl LIII from Atlanta will continue Thursday with SportsCenter segments and live shows, including ESPN Radio’s Golic and Wingo, Stephen A. Smith Show, NFL Live on television and the @ESPN Twitter show, Mina and Dianna – LIVE from Atlanta.

Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan, Pro Football Hall of Famers Brian Urlacher and Deion Sanders, and Basketball Hall of Famer/Turner Sports analyst Shaquille O’Neal headline ESPN’s guest list from Atlanta.

Also, Steelers wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster returns to ESPN shows for the second straight day with an appearance on First Take, where he’ll join host Molly Qerim Rose and commentators Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman to debate the day’s hot topics in the NFL. Dallas Cowboys quarterback-receiver duo – Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper – will be on SportsCenter.

ESPN television and radio shows in Atlanta will be open for public viewing all week.

Super Bowl LIII Media Call with NFL Analyst Tedy Bruschi – Thursday, Jan. 31, at 11 a.m. ET

ESPN NFL analyst and three-time Super Bowl champion Tedy Bruschi will preview Super Bowl LIII during a media conference call tomorrow at 11 a.m. ET (To Join: 888-256-1007 / Conference ID: 6329820).

ESPN Super Bowl LIII Programming – Thursday:

TIME (ET) SHOW & LOCATION NETWORK(S)
4-6 a.m. First & Last (Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart)

Host: Mike Golic Jr.

ESPN Radio
6-10 a.m. Golic and Wingo (Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart)

Hosts: Mike Golic and Trey Wingo

Guests: Falcons QB Matt Ryan (7:00); Hall of Fame LB Brian Urlacher and Special Olympian Bree Bogucki (7:30); Panthers TE Greg Olsen (9:30)

ESPN Radio, ESPN2, ESPNEWS
7 a.m.-1 p.m. SportsCenter* (segments from Atlanta)

Guests: Cowboys QB Dak Prescott (9:15); Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders (9:45); Seahawks QB Russell Wilson+; Cowboys WR Amari Cooper (12:08); Broncos LB Von Miller (12:30)

ESPN, ESPN2
8-10 a.m. Get Up (*segments from Atlanta)

Guests: Panthers RB Christian McCaffery (8:40)

ESPN
10 a.m.-12 p.m. First Take (Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart)

Host/Commentators: Molly Qerim Rose, Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman

Guests: Vikings WR Adam Thielen (10:30); Steelers WR Juju Smith-Schuster (10:45); Former NFL WR Chad Johnson (11:10); Broncos LB Von Miller (11:40)

ESPN
1-3 p.m. The Stephen A. Smith Show (Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart)

Host: Smith

Guests: NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal (1:10); Former All Pro LB James Harrison (1:30); Chiefs TE Travis Kelce (2:00); Hall of Fame CB Deion Sanders (2:10); Former Steelers WR Hines Ward (2:30)

ESPN Radio, ESPNEWS
1:30-2 p.m. Mina and Dianna – LIVE! from Atlanta (Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart)

Hosts: Mina Kimes and Dianna Russini

@ESPN on Twitter
1:30-3 p.m. NFL Live Presented by Golden Corral (Centennial Olympic Park)

Host: Wendi Nix; Analysts: Ryan Clark, Louis Riddick; Chris Mortensen, Booger McFarland

Guests: Wilson+, Giants RB Saquon Barkley+

ESPN
6-7 p.m. SportsCenter (Centennial Olympic Park)

Host: Sage Steele; Analysts: Clark, Riddick, Adam Schefter

Guests: Barkley+

ESPN
11 p.m.-12 a.m. SportsCenter* (pre-taped at Centennial Olympic Park)

Host: Steve Levy; Analysts: Clark, Riddick

ESPN2

*-Segments only; full show originates elsewhere / +-Taped interview / All subject to change

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