More than Eight Hours of NFL Live and SportsCenter Special Shows to Air Monday-Wednesday
ESPN will nearly double its normal NFL programming hours leading into the start of NFL Free Agency with more than eight hours of NFL Live and SportsCenter Special shows dedicated to breaking news and analysis, March 11-13.
In anticipation of the start of the new league year and NFL Free Agency at 4 p.m. ET on Wed., March 13, NFL Insiders Adam Schefter, Chris Mortensen and Josina Anderson and reporter Dianna Russini will have all the latest breaking news on player signings, trades and more.
|Mon, Mar 11||1:30 p.m.||NFL Live||ESPN|
|3 p.m.||SportsCenter Special: NFL Free Agency Countdown||ESPN|
|Tue, Mar 12||1:30 p.m.||NFL Live||ESPN2|
|4:30 p.m.||SportsCenter Special: NFL Free Agency Countdown||ESPN|
|Wed, Mar 13||3 p.m.||SportsCenter Special: NFL Free Agency Countdown||ESPN2|
|4:30 p.m.||NFL Live: Free Agency Special||ESPN|
* All shows will also be streamed live on the ESPN App
ESPN.com will also have comprehensive coverage of NFL Free Agency, including:
- Kevin Seifert and Dan Graziano’s Mega-Guide to NFL Free Agency
- The ESPN.com top 100 free agents for 2019 (updated daily)
- Bill Barnwell’s free agency grades for all major signings
- NFL Nation’s daily analysis on signings for all 32 teams
- Seifert’s winners and losers of free agency
- Roundtable reactions from ESPN experts such as Graziano, Matt Bowen, Field Yates, Mike Sando, Mina Kimes, Dominique Foxworth, and more.
- Free agency grades for all 32 teams
|Additionally, as part of ESPN’s ongoing coverage of the 2019 NFL Draft, ESPN NFL Draft analyst Todd McShay will provide updates on top prospects during NFL Live, SportsCenter and other shows from the following Pro Days:
· Ohio State (March 20) – with Smith and Louis Riddick, and
· Missouri (March 21).
In his latest NFL Mock Draft, McShay projected quarterback Kyler Murray (Oklahoma) and defensive end Nick Bosa (Ohio State) as the first and second overall picks, respectively. McShay’s first-round projections also include quarterbacks Dwayne Haskins (Ohio State) and Drew Lock (Missouri), wide receivers Marquise Brown (Oklahoma) and Parris Campbell (Ohio State) and offensive lineman Cody Ford (Oklahoma).
McShay discussed his latest NFL Mock Draft on a media call this week: Audio.