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Championship Wednesday on NFL Network; Bears pick Trestman

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Catch live coverage of press conferences with the four remaining NFL playoff teams on Championship Wednesday at 11 a.m. ET on NFL Network. And be the first to get the latest news and analysis on "NFL AM" at 6 a.m. ET. Today, join last week's New England Patriots hero, running back Shane Vereen.

On NFL Network
"NFL Replay" will re-air the Patriots' 41-28 divisional playoff win over the Texans on Wednesday, Jan. 16 at 9 p.m. ET.

» Can't wait? Watch it now on Game Rewind
» NFL Network schedule

Here's what else is on tap for Wednesday:

» Montreal Alouettes coach Marc Trestman was chosen as the Chicago Bears' new head coach late Tuesday. Stay up to date with all the latest coaching moves here.

» Take a break from the playoffs and delve into next season, as NFL.com's experts present their mock 2013 drafts.

» Kimberly Jones on the emotional journey of the Baltimore Ravens.

» Jeff Darlington has an update on the San Francisco 49ers as they prepare for their second consecutive NFC Championship Game appearance.


Relive every game this season online and on-demand with enhanced viewing features, including the "All-22" coaches film. Get NFL Game Rewind.

» Aditi Kinkhabwala has the latest on the Atlanta Falcons as they get ready to host Sunday's conference title matchup.

» Albert Breer on a familiar routine in New England: the Patriots preparing for an AFC Championship Game.

» Elliot Harrison breaks down the prospects of this year's candidates for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

» The Packers' inability to stop the college option, John Fox's limited confidence in Peyton Manning and Pete Carroll's overconfidence on fourth down all feel Dave Dameshek's white-hot light of shame in a brand-new edition of The Shame Report.

» Happy birthday to Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, who turns 28 on Wednesday.

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