The San Francisco 49ers arrived in New Orleans after dark Sunday, but the "NFL AM" crew hit the ground long before that for a rare week on the road. Catch the NFL's morning show live from the Crescent City all week, beginning at 6 a.m. on NFL Network. Today, Super Bowl XLVII co-chairs Mary Matalin and James Carville try to put politics aside long enough to talk some football.
Here's what else is on tap for Monday:
» The San Francisco 49ers became the first team to arrive in New Orleans on Sunday night. Watch the Baltimore Ravens fly in live at 5 p.m. ET today on NFL Network. Hear from key Baltimore players and coaches shortly after the team lands.
» A dominant NFC offense put up 62 points in a Pro Bowl demolition of their AFC colleagues Sunday as the NFL's stars squared off in Hawaii.
» Super Bowl XLVII is now just days away. Jeff Darlington checks in with veterans of the NFL's biggest stage to learn how to handle the hype and the pressure that precede the big game.
» If President Barack Obama had a son, he'd have to "think long and hard" before letting him play football. In a recent interview, Obama added that the NCAA should do more to protect players. NFL Evolution has the story.
» On Super Bowl Sunday, on the grandest stage on Earth, either the Baltimore Ravens or San Francisco 49ers will become legendary. Check out our feature trailer for Super Bowl XLVII.
» Jim Harbaugh's San Francisco 49ers and John Harbaugh's Baltimore Ravens play tough football. Albert Breer explores the link between the brothers and the fierce rivalry between Michigan and Ohio State.
» Michael Oher became a movie star by protecting the blind side, but the reality is that the Baltimore Ravens' offensive line looks much better with Oher in a different role. Aditi Kinkhabwala explains.
» Adrian Peterson is absolutely convinced he'll be the NFL's Most Valuable Player this season, and Peyton Manning teased Peterson about his assumption at the Pro Bowl. NFL.com's experts weigh in later with the latest Instant Debate.