NFL Network will provide seven hours of live Pro Football Hall of Fame coverage Saturday, August 6 from Canton, Ohio. (All times Eastern). Rich Eisen, Michael Irvin, Marshall Faulk, Steve Mariucci, Kurt Warner, Michael Silver and Steve Wyche will anchor the Coverage From Canton.

The 2016 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class features Eddie DeBartolo Jr., Tony Dungy, Brett Favre, Kevin Greene, Marvin Harrison, Orlando Pace, Ken Stabler and Dick Stanfel.

NFL Network’s Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement coverage includes:

Hall of Fame Saturday — Saturday, August 6 at 4 p.m.

On Saturday at 4 p.m., Rich Eisen, Hall of Famers Michael Irvin and Marshall Faulk, NFL Network analysts Steve Mariucci and Kurt Warner and NFL Media’s Michael Silver and Steve Wyche host Hall of Fame Saturday from Canton, Ohio.

Featured on the three-hour show:

Steve Mariucci and Brett Favre walk down memory lane inside the Hall of Fame examining Favre’s memorabilia from throughout his career

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell and New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles discuss Tony Dungy’s impact on their careers

NFL Media’s Michael Silver on Ken Stabler being the quintessential quarterback for the Oakland Raiders of the 1970s

Wired sound from Brett Favre throughout the years

On-air appearances by Bruce Smith, Chris Doleman, Tim Brown, Jerry Rice, Steve Young and Mike Holmgreen

The reveal of the 2016 slate of NFL Network Originals including the subjects for thirteen new episodes of A Football Life and ten new episodes of The Timeline.

2016 Pro Football Enshrinement Ceremony — Saturday, August 6 at 7 p.m.

At 7 p.m., NFL Network will provide live coverage of the 2016 Pro Football Enshrinement Ceremony. The Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2016 presenters:


Eddie DeBartolo Jr.  (Lisa DeBartolo – Daughter)

Tony Dungy (Donnie Shell – Pittsburgh Steelers teammate/player)

Brett Favre (Deanna Favre – Wife)

Kevin Greene (Dom Capers – Pittsburgh Steelers/Carolina Panthers coach)

Marvin Harrison  (Jim Irsay – Indianapolis Colts owner)

Orlando Pace (Justin Pace – Son)

Ken Stabler (John Madden – Oakland Raiders coach)

Dick Stanfel (Marv Levy – Buffalo Bills coach)

After the show, a special live edition of NFL Total Access airs recapping the 2016 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony.

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

Digitally, VOD content of all eight enshrinements will be available, as well as a collection of best Hall of Fame speeches from previous years. Additionally, Around the NFL writers will provide written pieces on each enshrinee.

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