BRANDON MARSHALL: A Football Life – SNEAK PEEK!
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BRANDON MARSHALL: A Football Life – SNEAK PEEK!

Friday September 19 at 9pm/ET on NFL Network, “A Football Life: Brandon Marshall” documents the powerful and at times painful journey of one of the league’s best playmakers, who has turned his life around since MORE ►

Tonight on “NFL Turning Point”: Calvin Goes Off
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Tonight on “NFL Turning Point”: Calvin Goes Off

This week’s episode of Turning Point kicks off with the Cowboys at the Lions. Heading into Sunday, this game featured two talented teams with high playoff aspirations. Dez Bryant finished the day with two scores, … MORE ►

NFL Films’ Five Best Shots of Week 3
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NFL Films’ Five Best Shots of Week 3

This week, our cameramen produced an embarrassment of riches in terms of top-notch football footage. This meant it was hard to wittle down all the great shots captured into just these five, but I think … MORE ►

Premieres Tonight –  “30 for 30: Elway To Marino”
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Premieres Tonight – “30 for 30: Elway To Marino”

NFL Films latest documentary, “Elway to Marino”, airs tonight on ESPN at 8pmEST with a re-airing immediately following at 9:30EST.  Director Ken Rodgers discusses the biggest challenge he faced while making the film.

In “Elway … MORE ►

‘NFL Films Presents': Pennsauken Five
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‘NFL Films Presents': Pennsauken Five

This season’s former TCIPF and “Inside the NFL” intern Domenick Candelieri, who currently works in the NFL Films’ vault as a Video Librarian, shares an interesting finding he recently encountered while on duty at his MORE ►

TDIF: First NFL Game Without Broadcasters
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TDIF: First NFL Game Without Broadcasters

On this date in football thirty-two years ago, NBC broadcasted the first-ever NFL game without broadcasters.  The executive producer of NBC Sports at the time, Don Ohlmeyer, needed to find a way to attract viewers … MORE ►

Reineking Recalls: Raiders’ Connection to ‘Immaculate’ Plays
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Reineking Recalls: Raiders’ Connection to ‘Immaculate’ Plays

Editor’s Note: Jim Reineking is an editor for NFL.com. Here’s his take on the Oakland Raiders and their partaking in some of the most crucial moments in NFL history. 

“Immaculate Reception: A Football Life” debuts MORE ►

TDIF: Jerry Rice’s Record-Setting Day
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TDIF: Jerry Rice’s Record-Setting Day

On this date – December 6, 1992 – San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Jerry Rice set a new NFL-record by catching his 101st touchdown. The Hall of Famer’s touchdown catch helped him surpass the previous … MORE ►

TDIF: Dan Marino’s Historic Accomplishment
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TDIF: Dan Marino’s Historic Accomplishment

On this date in 1998, Dan Marino became the first player in NFL history to reach 400 career touchdown passes.  Known for his powerful arm and quick release, the Dolphins quarterback fired three touchdown passes … MORE ►

‘John Riggins: A Football Life’ – Sneak Peek
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‘John Riggins: A Football Life’ – Sneak Peek

Tomorrow – November 21 – “A Football Life” profiles the career of John Riggins, best known for his MVP performance against the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XVII.  The Redskins’ running back’s unforgettable 43-yard touchdown … MORE ►