NFL Total Access

NFL Total Access
Starring Rich Eisen
Rod Woodson
Jamie Dukes
Marshall Faulk
Fran Charles
Andrew Siciliano
Amber Theoharis
Heath Evans
Chris Rose
Country of origin United States
Running time 60 minutes
Original network NFL Network
Original release 2003 (2003) – present

NFL Total Access is a television news program on the NFL Network.

The network treats it as the league's "show of record" and bills it as the only year-round show dedicated to the National Football League, despite the ESPN show NFL Live running year round as well.

It is also broadcast on Sky Sports at various times in the UK.

During the 2007 season, another edition of the program previewing the week's action aired Saturday evenings on MyNetworkTV.[1]

NFL Total Access was originally at the 7pm ET slot before being moved down to the 8pm ET time slot on September 2, 2013. On July 14, 2014, "NFL Total Access" moved back to the 7pm ET slot.


NFL Total Access is primarily hosted by former ESPN anchor, Rich Eisen. Fran Charles is the substitute host when Eisen is unavailable or on location for a game. Other hosts for the show have included Alex Flanagan, Derrin Horton, Spero Dedes and Paul Burmeister. The main analysts are Rod Woodson, Marshall Faulk and Jamie Dukes, but other analysts include Terrell Davis, Brian Baldinger, Jim Mora, Sr., Deion Sanders, Michael Irvin, Steve Mariucci, Mike Martz, Solomon Wilcots and Warren Sapp.


Position Name Debut Notes
Co-Hosts Lindsay Rhodes 2011 co host, Monday-Saturday
Dan Hellie 2013 co-host, Monday-Thursday
Analysts Brian Baldinger 2003 studio analyst/on-site reporter
Charles Davis 2007
Terrell Davis 2003 lead analyst from 2003–2006
Jamie Dukes 2006 studio analyst
Marshall Faulk 2006 studio analyst/on location analyst
Michael Irvin 2009 studio analyst
Steve Mariucci 2006 studio analyst, on location
Mike Mayock 2003 NFL Draft Guru
Willie McGinest 2013 studio analyst
Jim Mora Sr. 2003
Deion Sanders 2006 On location analyst
Sterling Sharpe 2003 fill-in analyst
Tom Waddle 2007 fill-in analyst
Solomon Wilcots 2003 fill-in analyst, reporter
Reporters Jennifer Allen 2004 features reporter
Michelle Beisner 2006
Scott Hanson 2006
Kara Henderson 2004


Position Name Tenure Notes
Hosts Bill Patrick 2003–2004 Now with NBCSN
Co-Host Kara Henderson 2003-2012 Retired to get married, raise her son, replaced by Theoharis September 2012[2]
Analysts Marcus Allen 2005
Rod Woodson 2003–2011 Left after accepting a job as the Oakland Raiders defensive backs coach
Warren Sapp 2008-2014was fired for soliciting prostitution
Bobby Beathard 2007
Butch Davis 2005–2006 Left to become head football coach at North Carolina
Seth Joyner 2003–2005 lead analyst
Lincoln Kennedy 2003–2006 lead analyst
Ken Norton Jr. 2003–2004 lead analyst
Glenn Parker 2003–2004
Dan Reeves 2003–2005
Emmitt Smith 2005 Left to participate in Dancing with the Stars
Adam Schefter 2003–2009 now with ESPN
Mike Martz 2009–2010 Left to become offensive coordinator for Chicago Bears

Events covered by Total Access

This feature provides fans with an exclusive, day-by-day pass to the sidelines of the NFL.

The analysts discuss injuries, trades, signings and releases, and provide reaction.

Sometimes, usually during preseason, the show has in-progress highlights.

The special guest of that episode will give his Top 5 list for the corresponding position in football.

The show has the ability to go live to any NFL team headquarters at any time, using their "Team Cam" system, a high-quality IPTV-based video system that has been set up between the network's Los Angeles studio and each team location.

NFL vice president of officiating Carl Johnson breaks down officiating calls from the previous weekend's action on Wednesday night editions.

Jason LaCanfora gives leaguewide updates and inside information.

Mike Mayock will take a look at college football players that are either helping or hurting their draft stock. In 2007 this became a show to lead up to the draft.

Game highlights put to music near the end of the Monday or Tuesday's show

4 topics are discussed at the end of the show


See also


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