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FEBRUARY 1, 2015
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  1. 1/26: NFL Experience
    3PM - 10PM MT
  1. 1/27: Media Day
    8:30AM - 11:45AM MT
  2. 1/27: NFL Experience
    3PM - 10PM MT
  1. 1/28: Super Bowl LIVE
    10AM - 2PM MT
  2. 1/28: NFL Experience
    3PM - 10PM MT
  1. 1/29: Super Bowl LIVE
    10AM - 2PM MT
  2. 1/29: NFL Experience
    3PM - 10PM MT
  1. 1/30: Super Bowl LIVE
    10AM - 2PM MT
  2. 1/30: NFL Experience
    3PM - 10PM MT
  1. 1/31: NFL Experience
    10AM - 10PM MT
  2. 1/31: NFL Honors
    3PM - 8PM ET
  1. 2/1: Super Bowl Kickoff
    6:30PM ET
2014 Playoff Picture

Southern light

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Featured Headlines

  1. NFL On Location

    Get the ultimate Super Bowl XLIX VIP experience

    Let NFL On Location take you to Super Bowl XLIX in Arizona. Only NFL On Location can provide VIP access and authentic event experiences! Read

  2. NFL Experience

    Get Super Bowl XLIX NFL Experience tickets

    The National Football League will host the 22nd annual NFL Experience at the Phoenix Convention Center from January 24 - February 1, 2015. You can get tickets now to be part of this event. Read

  3. NFL Events

    Experience Media Day at Super Bowl XLIX

    Experience one of the biggest days of Super Bowl week. You can be in the stadium when the two Super Bowl teams' players meet the world's press at Super Bowl Media Day. Get tickets now. Read

  4. Will the Seahawks repeat?

    Eric Davis answers if the Seattle Seahawks are the favorites to win it all again following a win over the San Francisco 49ers in Week 15. Watch
  5. Instant Debate

    Biggest home-field advantage?

    Is Lambeau Field -- in which the Green Bay Packers have yet to lose this season -- the toughest place to play in the NFL? Our analysts debate which team enjoys the biggest home-field advantage. Read

  6. Katy Perry to headline Super Bowl XLIX Halftime

    Music star Katy Perry will headline the Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show on NBC. She acknowledged the performance on Twitter from Australia -- where she's on tour -- while watching the Cowboys-Giants game. Read

  7. All-22 Analysis

    Pack mentality: Why Green Bay is the NFC's top team

    Having won seven of eight games, the Green Bay Packers have erased all memories of a disappointing start. Bucky Brooks breaks down the tape and explains what makes Aaron Rodgers and Co. so good. Read

  8. Super Bowl XLIX set for Arizona

    The owners voted to award Super Bowl XLIX to Arizona during Tuesday's NFL Fall Meeting in Houston. Read

  9. NFL says it's following controversial Arizona bill

    The NFL said in a statement Tuesday that it is closely following an Arizona bill that would allow business owners, citing religious beliefs, to refuse service to gays and lesbians. Read

  10. Minneapolis to host Super Bowl LII: Vikings war room erupts

    See the reaction of the Minnesota war room after receiving the Super Bowl LII bid along with Steve Wyche breaking down what this means for Minnesota and the NFL. Watch