NFL Primetime

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NFL Primetime is a sports television program that has aired on ESPN since 1987.wikipedia
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Pete Axthelm

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Pete Axthelm was a regular from 1987 until his death in 1991.
During the 1980s, his knowledge of sports and journalistic skill aided him in becoming a sports commentator for The NFL on NBC and NFL Primetime and horse racing on ESPN.

Stuart Scott

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Through the show's history, other co-hosts included John Saunders, Robin Roberts, Bill Pidto, and Stuart Scott. It was hosted by Stuart Scott along with analysts Ron Jaworski and Mike Ditka and aired from the site of the Monday night game preceding Monday Night Countdown.
Scott previously appeared on NFL Primetime during the 1997 season, Monday Night Countdown from 2002 to 2005, and Sunday NFL Countdown from 1999 to 2001.

John Saunders (journalist)

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Through the show's history, other co-hosts included John Saunders, Robin Roberts, Bill Pidto, and Stuart Scott.
He previously co-hosted NFL Primetime from 1987 to 1989.

Tom Jackson (American football, born 1951)

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The show was hosted by Chris Berman, with analysis from Tom Jackson.
Jackson joined ESPN studios in 1987 where he was teamed with Chris Berman on the network's signature NFL shows, NFL Countdown and NFL Primetime.

NFL Live

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This edition is hosted by the NFL Live team of Trey Wingo and analysts Merril Hoge, and occasionally Mark Schlereth or Mike Ditka.
As such, NFL Live is not a highlight show, as Sunday and Monday game highlights are handled by the various other NFL studio shows, including NFL Primetime during the season.

Monday Night Countdown

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It was hosted by Stuart Scott along with analysts Ron Jaworski and Mike Ditka and aired from the site of the Monday night game preceding Monday Night Countdown.
Stuart Scott moved to host of NFL Primetime which precedes Monday Night Countdown and Chris Berman moved from NFL Primetime to Monday Night Countdown and was joined by returning analysts Tom Jackson and Michael Irvin along with new analyst from Sunday NFL Countdown Steve Young.

Chris Berman

The show was hosted by Chris Berman, with analysis from Tom Jackson.

Bill Pidto

Through the show's history, other co-hosts included John Saunders, Robin Roberts, Bill Pidto, and Stuart Scott.
That same year, Pidto also joined NFL Primetime.

Trey Wingo

This edition is hosted by the NFL Live team of Trey Wingo and analysts Merril Hoge, and occasionally Mark Schlereth or Mike Ditka.
He currently hosts NFL Primetime, which airs after Monday Night Football; NFL Live; and Who's No. 1?.

NFL Matchup

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Unlike Sunday NFL Countdown, NFL Primetime, Monday Night Countdown, NFL Insiders, and NFL Live, NFL Matchup gives fans an in-depth look at the NFL by breaking down the strategy and tactics—the "X's and O's", after the symbols commonly used by coaches to diagram plays—of every pro football game.

ESPN

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NFL Primetime is a sports television program that has aired on ESPN since 1987.

1987 NFL season

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Pete Axthelm was a regular from 1987 until his death in 1991. NFL Primetime is a sports television program that has aired on ESPN since 1987.

SportsCenter

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The show is presented similarly to ESPN's own SportsCenter, featuring scores, highlights, and analysis of every game of the week in the NFL.

ESPN+

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As of 2019, the program airs on ESPN+.

2006 NFL season

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Until the 2006 season, Primetime aired every Sunday night during the NFL season and it preceded ESPN's coverage of Sunday Night Football (it even aired when ESPN did not have a Sunday Night game, especially from 1990-97 when TNT had Sunday night games the first half of the season).

National Football League

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Until the 2006 season, Primetime aired every Sunday night during the NFL season and it preceded ESPN's coverage of Sunday Night Football (it even aired when ESPN did not have a Sunday Night game, especially from 1990-97 when TNT had Sunday night games the first half of the season).

ESPN Sunday Night Football

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Until the 2006 season, Primetime aired every Sunday night during the NFL season and it preceded ESPN's coverage of Sunday Night Football (it even aired when ESPN did not have a Sunday Night game, especially from 1990-97 when TNT had Sunday night games the first half of the season).

1991 NFL season

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Pete Axthelm was a regular from 1987 until his death in 1991.

Robin Roberts (newscaster)

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Through the show's history, other co-hosts included John Saunders, Robin Roberts, Bill Pidto, and Stuart Scott.

1998 NFL season

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The position of co-host was dropped prior to the start of the 1998 season.

Terrell Owens

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During the highlights for the Bears-49ers matchup in 2000, when Terrell Owens broke an NFL record by catching 20 passes in a game (since broken by Brandon Marshall), all 20 of Owens's receptions were shown.

Brandon Marshall

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During the highlights for the Bears-49ers matchup in 2000, when Terrell Owens broke an NFL record by catching 20 passes in a game (since broken by Brandon Marshall), all 20 of Owens's receptions were shown.

Warrick Dunn

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For the highlights of the Buccaneers-Dolphins game in 2000, a contest marred by heavy rains which came down to the final minute, a play where Bucs running back Warrick Dunn broke a tackle in his own end zone to avoid a safety was shown to demonstrate it as one of the biggest plays contributing to the Bucs's victory.

Three Rivers Stadium

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For the Raiders-Steelers matchup in 2000, which marked their last meeting at Three Rivers Stadium as well as the stadium's second to last game, the music was replaced by classic NFL Films themes by Sam Spence including "A Golden Boy Again" and "The Raiders," while Berman confused then-current Raiders and Steelers with legendary ones.