Get ready for all of Sunday's game action on Fox with this high-spirited pregame show. Hosted by Curt Menefee and Terry Bradshaw alongside analysts Howie Long, Jimmy Johnson and Michael Strahan, it includes news, features, highlights and predictions. Jay Glazer provides "insider" information, and comic Rob Riggle, who gives his game picks while often poking fun at Menefee, Bradshaw and the other members of the cast.
Pregame news, notes and analysis.
Get ready for all of Sunday's game action on CBS with "The NFL Today." Hosted by James Brown, the hourlong show presents a mix of features, highlights, predictions and the latest news from across the league. Analysts alongside Brown include former players Boomer Esiason, Phil Simms and Nate Burleson, and onetime Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher.
This Sunday pregame staple debuted in 1985 and soon became a signature ESPN series behind host Chris Berman, who was at the helm for three decades. Taking over that role is Samantha Ponder, a one-time college football reporter and contributor. She introduces the features and directs the storylines associated with the day's games, joined by a roster of analysts highlighted by ex-NFL players. Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter deliver breaking news and injury updates, while reporters at game sites set the scenes.
As the hosts of "Speak for Yourself," polarizing personalities Colin Cowherd and Jason Whitlock steer the daily studio show by presenting uniquely differing sports viewpoints. Friends and colleagues for several years, the always outspoken duo covers the biggest news and headlines each day, while additional segments include one-on-one interviews with guest athletes or newsmakers. Multimedia journalist Jason McIntyre, the creator and editor-in-chief of sports media blog The Big Lead, is a contributor on the show.
Live look-ins at games from across the country, plus recaps and analysis from some of the games.
A lighthearted, weekday hour of NASCAR news and features gets fans ready for the weekend's track action. "The Hub" takes advantage of its Charlotte, N.C., home base -- the heart of NASCAR country -- to offer viewers unique access to drivers and race teams. Episodes feature the sport's top stars stopping by for interviews and announcements, while a contingent of reporters relay inside stories and up-to-the-minute reports from race shops.