The stars keep coming on "NFL AM" -- join us live from New Orleans at 6 a.m. ET for Dick Vermeil, Emmitt Smith, J.J. Watt, Adrian Peterson, and Baltimore Ravens linebacker Jameel McClain. And tune in to NFL Network's "Super Bowl Live" beginning at 10 a.m. ET. Hear from comedian Tracy Morgan and NFL stars Archie Manning, Dez Bryant, Terrell Owens, Rob Gronkowski, Troy Aikman, Arian Foster, DeMarcus Ware, Lance Briggs, Stevie Johnson and more.
Here's what else is on tap for Thursday:
» Don't miss Beyonce's press conference from New Orleans today: NFL Network will air it live at 3:15 p.m. ET. And later, enjoy a compilation of the best ads from past games in "Super Bowl Commercials" at 8 p.m. ET.
» Our analyst predictions for who will win Super Bowl XLVII, why, and who will be the game's Most Valuable Player.
» Daniel Jeremiah looks at five individual matchups to watch in Super Bowl XLVII, including Vernon Davis vs. Ed Reed.
» NFL Evolution reports that San Francisco 49ers safety Donte Whitner told reporters the NFL's concussion issue could be improved if players learned to tackle properly.
» Bucky Brooks gues deep into All-22 Coaches Film to analyze Jim Caldwell's impact on the Baltimore Ravens offense.
» Our Instant Debate asks who sould be the Offensive Rookie of the Year (to be revealed live on NFL Honors this Saturday).
» Jeff Darlington on Randy Moss, still chasing that elusive Super Bowl ring, and still a lightning rod for controversy after all these years.
» What were the 10 best plays of the 2012 season? We've whittled the list to 20 highlights, now it's your turn. Cast your vote here for the top plays of the year, and we'll reveal the winner at the NFL Honors ceremony on Feb. 2.