Neil Best leaves no stone unturned in the world of sports media.
Here are the results of our latest NFL poll. Keep in mind they are about as scientific as those breakfast muffin crumbs that fell into your keyboard. Which network has the best NFL pre-game show?
39% -- FOX
21% -- ESPN
16% -- CBS
15% -- NFL Network
8% -- NBC...Read more »
Here I was bracing for an inbox inundated by frustrated Giants fans when lo and behold this news arrived Friday from Cablevision (which owns Newsday, by the way):
Starting Sunday the company is providing its metropolitan-area customers a free preview of the NFL Network on Channel 11. Hey, can’t argue with free previews. But the keys here are the timing and channel location.
It just so...Read more »
Assuming y’all still are interested in the Jets’ backup quarterback, the NFL Network has a new episode of its series, “A Football Life,’’ premiering at 8 p.m. Wednesday about you-know-who.
The show, “The Faces of Tebow,’’ comes at its subject from an unusual angle, speaking to five former quarterbacks who are said to illustrate elements of Tim Tebow.
Joe Namath talks about fame, Roger...Read more »
This is the seventh season of live, prime-time games on the NFL Network, but it will be unlike any before.
For one thing, the network finally is available on Cablevision, which owns Newsday, a development senior vice president Mark Quenzel Monday called “a big, big score for us.’’
For another, instead of eight late-season games, the schedule has expanded to 13 beginning this Thursday...Read more »
Cablevision, which owns Newsday, announced a deal Thursday morning to start carrying the NFL Network and NFL RedZone, effective Friday.
The years-in-the-making agreement leaves Time Warner as the only one of the nine largest U.S. TV providers that does not carry the NFL Network.
NFL Network itself will be seen on Channel 150 for subscribers to iO Preferred, io Silver, iO Gold or iO Sports...Read more »
The way Mark Kriegel explained it to his 12-year-old daughter, he is about to “morph into a cross between and a daddy and a vampire.’’
Sounds about right. Starting July 30 he will be a commentator on “NFL AM,’’ the NFL Network’s plunge into the deep, crowded morning talk pool.
It is a four-hour show built around football, with doses of pop culture blended in, live from 6 to 10 a.m.
One...Read more »
The Jets' D'Brickashaw Ferguson was busy earlier this month working as the sound man on a video crew as part of the NFL's inaugural "Hollywood Boot Camp" at Universal Studios in California when his group received unexpected visitors:
Eva Longoria and Felicity Huffman of ABC's "Desperate Housewives," which is recorded at the studios.
Longoria initially interrupted...Read more »