Analyst Steve Mariucci visits with Brett Favre in Minneapolis on Thursday for a sit-down interview that will air Sunday on NFL GameDay Morning, the NFL Network’s four-hour pregame show starting at 9 a.m. ET.
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Minnesota Vikings coach Brad Childress joined Steve Mariucci and Mike Martz on The Head Coaches show on NFL Network Monday, discussing the Vikings last-second win over the 49ers, the final drive led by QB Brett Favre and the rivalry with the Green Bay Packers.
New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton joined The Head Coaches show Monday to discuss his team’s 2-0 start, new defensive coordaintor Gregg Williams and the game of QB Drew Brees with analysts Steve Mariucci and Mike Martz.
Posted: Tuesday, August 25th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Charles Davis, Devin Hester, Jim Mora, Marc Bulger, Marshall Faulk, Michael Vick, Mike Martz, Philadelphia Eagles, Steve Mariucci, The NFL Head Coaches, Total Access
Former NFL head coach and offensive guru Mike Martz is joining NFL Network’s Total Access as an analyst this week, and Tuesday, he took some time for a live chat on NFL.com.
NFL Network analyst Steve Mariucci is never a bad go-to guy on matters involving Brett Favre. Mariucci was on hand Wednesday for the second day of the Favre Era in Minnesota.
We’re one day away from the induction and The Hall of Fame is buzzing, as a ton of Steelers and Bills fans are milling around the gift shop and in Canton, Ohio.
The NFL Network confirmed Tuesday that QB Brett Favre, who is in the process of determining if his right shoulder is healthy enough to let him return next season, had a cortisone shot and threw the ball last week.
Outside of Brett Favre himself, there’s no better authority on matters involving No. 4 than Steve Mariucci, who believes it would take a strong recruiting job by the Minnesota Vikings to lure Favre out of retirement.
Posted: Sunday, December 14th, 2008 | Jim Loftus Tags: Steve Mariucci
Steve Mariucci threw out this stunner of a stat: This is the first time since the NFL realigned that there might be eight entirely new division winners.
This Sunday, NFL Network analyst Steve Mariucci joins the cast of NFL GameDay Morning as the show expands to three hours with a 9:00 AM ET kickoff on December 14. NFL GameDay Morning is the first pregame show on air each Sunday morning and is now the longest, most comprehensive NFL pregame show on TV.