PHOENIX, AZ. – After two years of limited media coverage because of the pandemic, the NFL has issued more than 6,000 credentials to media from all over the world to cover Super Bowl 57, and The Free Press’ Rock Riley is there.
Media from over 25 countries started arriving on Sunday, with Monday Night’s Super Bowl LVII Opening Night kicking off the week-long festivities.
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A number of coaches and players from the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs took in the sights and sounds just like the fans in attendance recording it all on their phones.
Meanwhile, former Bucs QB Tom Brady is not here even though he has a 10-year deal waiting for him to join Fox Sports in the broadcast booth.
Brady is going to wait until the fall of 2024 to join Fox. Kevin Burkhardt and former NFL tight end Greg Olsen will call their first Super Bowl Sunday. Burkhardt reportedly will be replaced by the number 1 broadcast team once Brady comes on board.
Fox’s Super Bowl coverage starts at 1p.m ET on Sunday. Fox Sports and Fox Deportes will provide 50 hours of Live GameDay and weekday programming for Super Bowl LVII.
The Big Game kickoffs Sunday in Glendale at 6:30 pm ET.
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