Good Morning Football – NFL Network

It’s never too early to talk football! And at 7:00 AM ET every weekday, we’ve got the best morning show on sports television, with 3 hours of football talk, special guests and more.

Good Morning Football brings a fresh and innovative voice to NFL Network’s slate of programming and serves as the morning show destination that sets both the daily narrative for NFL fans and the agenda for NFL conversation across all of sports media. Each morning from the heart of New York City, Good Morning Football brings viewers up-to-the-minute breaking NFL news as well as local NFL stories on a national platform and features a combination of headline-making interviews and a discussion of a wide array of issues in the areas of sports, news and entertainment.

Good Morning Football airs live Monday-Friday at 7:00 AM ET on NFL Network, with re-airs at 10:00 AM ET. The three-hour live show is NFL Network’s first show to originate from New York City in the network’s nearly 17-year history.

The Good Morning Football cast features:

Kay Adams – Prior to her role with NFL Network, Kay Adams had several on-air hosting roles, most recently on NBC Sports Network’s Fantasy Football Live. Adams will also be returning for her fourth season as the host of the DirecTV “Fantasy Zone” channel this Fall.

Nate Burleson – Nate Burleson joined NFL Network in 2014 following an 11-year career in the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks and Detroit Lions. In 2003, Burleson was drafted in the third round by the Minnesota Vikings. During his time as a Viking, Burleson reached over 1,000 receiving yards and is the only player in NFL history to have three punt returns of 90 or more yards. In 2006, Burleson signed with the Seattle Seahawks. In 2010, Burleson switched gears and signed a five-year contract with the Detroit Lions. In Detroit, Burleson received the “Good Guy Award” for his positive interactions with the Detroit media. Burleson is also known for his major impact as a player for the Nevada Wolf Pack at University of Reno, Nevada. In 2002 Burleson made 138 receptions, the second highest in NCAA history. Burleson currently holds the WAC and Nevada all-time records for single game receptions with 19 catches. In 2002, Burleson graduated from University of Reno, Nevada with a B.A. in human development and family studies.

Peter Schrager – In addition to Good Morning Football, Peter Schrager continues to serve as a national reporter for FOX Sports 1, a senior NFL writer for and an NFL sideline reporter for FOX Sports. He previously worked on Showtime’s Inside the NFL and co-authored “Out of the Blue” with wide receiver Victor Cruz. In addition to the NFL, Peter has covered the Olympics and the NBA for FOX, and has been a frequent contributor to GQ. Schrager won an Emmy in 2013 for his work on Inside the NFL. Schrager is a 2004 graduate of Emory University with a degree in political science. He is a New Jersey native though he currently lives in New York.

Kyle Brandt – Kyle Brandt joins NFL Network from The Jim Rome Show where he served as a producer and head writer starting in 2007, becoming executive producer in 2009. Kyle appeared in the television series Days of Our Lives from 2003-06, and was a cast member on MTV’s The Real World in 2001. He has appeared on CNN, Fox News, ESPN, VH-1, CBS Sports Network and Fox Sports 1. Brandt is a graduate of Princeton University, where he was a three-year starter as a running back and kick returner. While at Princeton, he became interested in theatre and acted in many plays on campus. He graduated in 2001 with a degree in English.


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