Super Bowl LIII Week has arrived, and the Opening Night will kick off the festivities with the event formerly known as Media Day.
Super Bowl 53 Media Day on NFL Network
When: Monday, January 28th at 7:00 PM
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)
Super Bowl Media Day has morphed dramatically from a setting for casual interviews about the impending championship game into a free-for-all celebrity and media circus. Every last player will get a chance at a podium, however large or small that podium might be. Reporters will be searching for the juiciest sound bites, the funniest quotes, and everything between.
Tom Brady and Bill Belichick will get asked if they’re retiring. Mentions of the words legacy and dynasty will be countless. Todd Gurley’s no-injury injury status will be discussed at length, and Sean McVay’s penalty prevention coach might finally get his moment in the spotlight. Perhaps it will produce some bulletin board fodder, but more likely it will simply create social chatter. Either way, the annual event will be fun to watch.
You can tune into Opening Night and Super Bowl LIII on fuboTV, which is available on all devices – web, iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets, Apple TV, Roku, Google Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV. Sign up for a free trial – no contracts required. You can also stream the NCAA Tournament, NBA games, the MLB season, and much more when the NFL season finally comes to a close.
Super Bowl LIII Week has arrived, and the Opening Night will kick off the festivities with the event formerly known as Media Day. (…)