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8:35

Ravens need to retool offense to attract WRs

Ravens GM Eric DeCosta doesn't believe that players don't want to play with Lamar Jackson, but Chris Simms believes wide receivers want to avoid playing in Baltimore.

4:52

Should Packers give Rodgers a new contract?

Mike Florio and Peter King examine Aaron Rodgers' performance at the end of the NFC title game and what his future holds in the NFL.

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WATCH: Rich Eisen on Peacock

Don't miss The Rich Eisen Show, streaming live on NBC Sports on Peacock!

WATCH: Brother From Another

Michael Smith and Michael Holley discuss the latest in sports, culture and more in their new show on Peacock, every weekday from 3 to 5 p.m. ET.

Premier League News

2:00

Man City top PL Power Rankings

Joe Prince-Wright ranks his five most in-form Premier League clubs heading into Matchweek 20 of the 2020-21 season.

NHL News

NHL on NBCSN Preview: Caps-Isles

Coverage of Capitals-Islanders begins at 6:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN and the NBC Sports app.

Latest NBA News

Lakers, fans still processing Kobe's death one year later

"I try not to put myself back in that headspace, because it's just too dark." —LeBron James

Look who's back

Tom Brady finds himself in a familiar spot: back in the Super Bowl. Peter King examines the Bucs' NFC title run and more in FMIA.

Chris Simms Unbuttoned

22:00

AFC Championship Review: Bills-Chiefs

Chris Simms breaks down how the Chiefs were able to pick apart the Bills easily in the AFC Championship Game to return to the Super Bowl.

NASCAR on NBC Sports

Potential milestones in NASCAR Cup

Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch are closing in on 60 Cup wins. Denny Hamlin seeks to make history in the Daytona 500.

Golf Channel

Love named U.S. Presidents Cup captain

Davis Love III will lead the 2022 U.S. Presidents Cup team, the PGA Tour announced Tuesday.

Brother from Another

10:45

LaFleur FG decision can't be explained

Mike Smith and Michael Holley discuss the questionable decision by Packers' Matt LaFleur to kick a field goal instead of trying to score a touchdown late in the fourth quarter of the NFC Championship game.

Tim Layden Essays

History of Henry Aaron interwoven into fabric of America through numbers

Henry Aaron is remembered, and should be remembered in perpetuity, for the powerfully American life that he lived.

Notre Dame on NBC

A Notre Dame-less Super Bowl

The Packers' loss on Sunday means no former Notre Dame player will win a Super Bowl ring this season, but one past Irish captain may earn a second.

On Her Turf

Krieger tells Black fans: 'I'm kneeling for you'

When four U.S. soccer players - Lloyd, O'Hara, Horan, and Ertz - remained standing during the national anthem on Monday night, it did not go unnoticed.