Hey! Are your ready for some football?

Even if it is preseason, it’s your chance to see your favorite team in a different way.

NFL Network announced Monday they will have a whopping 206 live hours of Training Camp Coverage on the network starting Tuesday, July 26 at 1 p.m. ‘Inside Training Camp Live’ Provides Nine Hours of Live Coverage Daily July 27 – August 10 on NFL Network Starting at 10 a.m. The network will have several NFL Media Analysts returning to their former teams.

It’s time to get #BackToFootball.

NFL Media – comprised of NFL Network, NFL.com, NFL Mobile from Verizon, NFL Now and NFL RedZone – remains the go-to destination for football fans during the preseason with comprehensive coverage of all 32 training camps provided by former players, front office personnel and reporters.

Inside Training Camp Live & Training Camp Primetime – Tuesday, July 26 – Wednesday, August 10

Starting Tuesday, July 26 and continuing through Wednesday, August 10, NFL Network provides 206 live hours of training camp coverage. Inside Training Camp Live provides nine hours of live coverage each day starting at 10 a.m. (coverage on July 26 starts at 1 p.m.). As teams report to camp and take the field for the first time, NFL Network is there to provide live look-ins at team practices, interviews with players and coaches, analysis from former players, head coaches and front office executives and live reports from reporters stationed at various training camp sites.

For NFL Network’s extensive training camp coverage, hosts Andrew Siciliano, Rhett Lewis, Amber Theoharis and Cole Wright are joined by analysts Michael Irvin, Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner, Steve Mariucci, LaDainian Tomlinson, Willie McGinest, Shaun O’Hara, Heath Evans, Brian Baldinger, Charley Casserly, Michael Robinson, Mike Mayock, Brian Billick, Terrell Davis, Eric Davis, Daniel Jeremiah, David Carr, Maurice Jones-Drew, Jamie Dukes and Bucky Brooks to provide analysis and interviews. Also lending their voices throughout will be 14 NFL Media reporters covering all 32 teams and providing the latest news reports from training camps. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, NFL Media reporters Michael Silver, Judy Battista and Jeffri Chadiha, and NFL Network reporters Tiffany Blackmon, Stacey Dales, Jeff Darlington, Mike Garafolo, Kim Jones, Aditi Kinkhabwala, Randy Moss, James Palmer, Omar Ruiz and Steve Wyche will provide on-location reports from training camps around the league.

At 8 p.m. Eastern beginning Wednesday, July 27, Training Camp Primetime provides a recap of all the day’s action with on-location reports, expert analysis and interviews with players and coaches. The three-hour Training Camp Primetime features hosts Scott Hanson and Chris Rose joined by a rotating group of analysts.

NFL Network’s Inside Training Camp Live coverage features extensive on-location coverage of four teams’ training camp practices, starting Monday, August 1. Coverage of each team will feature live look-ins to practice, interviews with players and coaches, and team-specific editions of Inside Training Camp Live and Training Camp Primetime. The four teams featured are: (all times Eastern)

Monday, August 1 – Denver Broncos (11:30 a.m.) Hosted by Andrew Siciliano and Terrell Davis
Tuesday, August 2 – Los Angeles Rams (8 p.m.) Hosted by Andrew Siciliano and Kurt Warner
Thursday, August 4 – Carolina Panthers (10 a.m.) Hosted by Mike Mayock and Panthers radio play-by-play announcer Mick Mixon
Thursday, August 4 – Dallas Cowboys (8 p.m.) Hosted by Kurt Warner and Cowboys radio play-by-play announcer Brad Shamm

At 2 p.m. each day, Inside Training Camp Live: Fantasy Spotlight covers all of the latest news from training camp with a fantasy football spin, getting people ready for their fantasy drafts. Matt “Money” Smith, Michael Fabiano, James Koh, Adam Rank, Akbar Gbajabiamila and Marcas Grant host.

A live edition of NFL Total Access airs each night at 7 p.m., with hosts Dan Hellie and Lindsay Rhodes joined by a rotating group of analysts.

Fans can watch NFL Network’s training camp coverage live on their smartphone (NFL Mobile for Verizon Wireless customers), tablet (NFL Mobile and Watch NFL Network apps), PC (NFL.com/Watch) or connected device (NFL app on Xbox One, Xbox 360, AppleTV & PS4).

Back 2 Camp & Sessions Features

The following features will air throughout NFL Network’s Inside Training Camp coverage:

Back 2 Camp – NFL Media analysts return to their former teams to check in with players and coaches as they prepare for the 2016 NFL season. Featured on Back 2 Camp are Maurice Jones-Drew with the Jacksonville Jaguars (airs July 28); Ike Taylor with the Pittsburgh Steelers (airs July 29); Kurt Warner with the Los Angeles Rams (airs July 30); and Michael Robinson with the Seattle Seahawks (airs July 31). To view the trailer, visit: http://tinyurl.com/z8jgl8p

Sessions – Airing on Training Camp Primetime beginning August 1, current NFL players sit down with each to break down film. Featured are Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly and New York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker (airs August 1); Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox and Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (airs August 2); Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Prince Amukamara and Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus (airs August 3); Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis and Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald (airs August 9) and San Diego Chargers cornerback Jason Verrett and Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson (airs August 10)

NFL Digital Media Training Camp Coverage

Not near a TV? Not to worry! NFL Digital Media provides further coverage as training camps get underway:

NFL.com/trainingcamp, sponsored by Gatorade, serves as the landing spot for all of NFL.com’s 2016 training camp coverage, bringing together the latest news, VOD content from NFL Network’s Inside Training Camp Live coverage and top-notch analysis from NFL.com’s writers

Around the NFL writers will provide a daily ‘What You Need to Know’ column from every day of training camp, aggregating all of the latest news coming from all 32 teams

Fans can sign up to play Fantasy Football at NFL.com/fantasy and find full 2016 NFL season fantasy preview articles as well as weekly nuggets from training camp and a comprehensive Fantasy Draft Kit

Complete Inside Training Camp Live Talent Schedule

Provided below is a complete talent schedule for Inside Training Camp Live for July 26 – August 10:

Tuesday, July 26
Jeffri Chadiha – Kansas City Chiefs
Stacey Dales – Indianapolis Colts
Jeff Darlington – Philadelphia Eagles
Mike Garafolo – Green Bay Packers
Steve Wyche – Los Angeles Rams

Wednesday, July 27
Andrew Siciliano, Brian Baldinger and Ian Rapoport – Green Bay Packers
James Palmer and Michael Silver – Denver Broncos
Judy Battista – New England Patriots
Tiffany Blackmon – Carolina Panthers
Jeffri Chadiha – Kansas City Chiefs
Stacey Dales – Indianapolis Colts
Jeff Darlington – Philadelphia Eagles
Kim Jones – New York Jets

Thursday, July 28
Andrew Siciliano, Brian Baldinger and Kim Jones – New York Jets
James Palmer and Michael Silver – Denver Broncos
Judy Battista – New England Patriots
Tiffany Blackmon – Carolina Panthers
Jeff Darlington – Philadelphia Eagles
Mike Garafolo – Baltimore Ravens
Aditi Kinkhabwala – Cleveland Browns
Ian Rapoport – Minnesota Vikings
Omar Ruiz – Dallas Cowboys
Steve Wyche – Los Angeles Rams

Friday, July 29
Andrew Siciliano, Brian Baldinger and Judy Battista – New England Patriots
Ian Rapoport and Brian Billick – Philadelphia Eagles
Jeff Darlington – Washington Redskins
Kim Jones – New York Giants
Aditi Kinkhabwala – Cleveland Browns
Steve Mariucci – Oakland Raiders
Randy Moss – Minnesota Vikings
James Palmer – Denver Broncos
Omar Ruiz – Dallas Cowboys
Steve Wyche – Los Angeles Rams

Saturday, July 30
Andrew Siciliano and Brian Billick – Washington Redskins
Tiffany Blackmon – Atlanta Falcons
Jeff Darlington – Tennessee Titans
Heath Evans – New Orleans Saints
Marshall Faulk – Los Angeles Rams
Mike Garafolo – New England Patriots
Michael Irvin – New York Jets
Kim Jones – New York Giants
Willie McGinest – Seattle Seahawks
James Palmer – Denver Broncos
Ian Rapoport – Baltimore Ravens
Omar Ruiz – Dallas Cowboys
Steve Wyche – Arizona Cardinals

Sunday, July 31
Andrew Siciliano and Brian Baldinger – Philadelphia Eagles
Ian Rapoport and Aditi Kinkhabwala – Pittsburgh Steelers
Brian Billick – Baltimore Ravens
Stacey Dales – Green Bay Packers
Heath Evans – Miami Dolphins
Mike Garafolo – New England Patriots
Michael Irvin – New York Giants
Kim Jones – New York Jets
James Palmer – Seattle Seahawks
Kurt Warner – Houston Texans
Colleen Wolfe – Los Angeles Rams
Steve Wyche – San Francisco 49ers

Monday, August 1
Andrew Siciliano and Terrell Davis – Denver Broncos
Ian Rapoport and Kim Jones – Buffalo Bills
Brian Baldinger – Cincinnati Bengals
Jeff Darlington – Miami Dolphins
Michael Irvin – Indianapolis Colts
Willie McGinest – New England Patriots
James Palmer – San Diego Chargers
Jane Slater – Dallas Cowboys
Kurt Warner – Arizona Cardinals
Steve Wyche – Los Angeles Rams

Tuesday, August 2
Andrew Siciliano and Kurt Warner – Los Angeles Rams
Rhett Lewis and Charley Casserly – Atlanta Falcons
Shaun O’Hara and Ian Rapoport – New York Giants
LaDainian Tomlinson and Kim Jones – Buffalo Bills
Brian Baldinger – Jacksonville Jaguars
Tiffany Blackmon – Houston Texans
Mike Garafolo – Washington Redskins
Steve Mariucci and Jane Slater – Dallas Cowboys

Wednesday, August 3
Rhett Lewis, Charley Casserly and Ian Rapoport – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Marshall Faulk – New Orleans Saints
Mike Garafolo – Minnesota Vikings
Shaun O’Hara – Atlanta Falcons
James Palmer – Denver Broncos
Michael Robinson – San Francisco 49ers
LaDainian Tomlinson – New York Jets
Steve Wyche – Los Angeles Rams

Thursday, August 4
Kurt Warner and Brad Sham – Dallas Cowboys
Mike Mayock and Mick Mixon – Carolina Panthers
Rhett Lewis, Charley Casserly and Ian Rapoport – Jacksonville Jaguars
LaDainian Tomlinson and Judy Battista – Pittsburgh Steelers
Mike Garafolo – Cleveland Browns
Michael Robinson – Seattle Seahawks

Friday, August 5
Rhett Lewis, Charley Casserly and Ian Rapoport – Tennessee Titans
Willie McGinest – Los Angeles Rams

Saturday, August 6
Rhett Lewis and Charley Casserly – Houston Texans
Mike Garafolo – New York Giants

Monday, August 8
Rhett Lewis and Brian Baldinger – New York Giants
Marshall Faulk – Minnesota Vikings

Tuesday, August 9
Rhett Lewis and Brian Baldinger – Pittsburgh Steelers
David Carr – Oakland Raiders
Marshall Faulk – Miami Dolphins
Mike Garafolo – New Orleans Saints-New England Patriots joint practice

Wednesday, August 10
Rhett Lewis and Brian Baldinger – Cincinnati Bengals-Minnesota Vikings joint practice
Mike Garafolo – New Orleans Saints-New England Patriots joint practice
LaDainian Tomlinson – San Diego Chargers

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