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Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya, Terry McAulay and Executive Producer Fred Gaudelli to Preview 2018 NFL Season

Dial 334-323-0522 to Participate

Football Night in America Call TOMORROW at 3:15 p.m. ET with Mike Tirico, Tony Dungy, Rodney Harrison and Executive Producer Sam Flood

STAMFORD, Conn. – August 29, 2018 – The Sunday Night Football broadcast team of play-by-play voice Al Michaels, analyst Cris Collinsworth, sideline reporter Michele Tafoya, and on-air rules analyst Terry McAulay join executive producer Fred Gaudelli to preview the 2018 NFL season on a media conference call tomorrow, Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 2 p.m. ET.

Dial 334-323-0522 to participate, conference ID 5711568.

McAulay was named to NBC Sports’ SNF broadcast team in June, following his retirement after 20 years as an on-field NFL game official.

The 2018 NFL season marks Michaels and Collinsworth’s 10th season together in the broadcast booth. Click here for more information.

Tomorrow, Thursday, Aug. 30, the Football Night in America team of new studio host Mike Tirico, analysts Tony Dungy and Rodney Harrison, and NBC Sports executive producer Sam Flood will preview the 2018 NFL season on a media conference call at 3:15 p.m. ET.

Media interested in participating should dial 334-323-0522; passcode: 4466012.

NBC Sports’ coverage of the 2018 NFL season begins with the “NFL Kickoff” game on Thursday, Sept. 6, when the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles host the Atlanta Falcons from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa. Coverage begins at 7:30 p.m. ET on NBC.

NBC’S “SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL” IS PRIMETIME TELEVISION’S NO. 1 SHOW FOR UNPRECEDENTED SEVENTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR: NBC’s Sunday Night Football finished the 2017-18 TV season as primetime’s #1 TV show in all key metrics for an unprecedented seventh consecutive year – breaking a tie with American Idol for the most consecutive years atop the charts (since 1950), based on live plus same day data provided by Nielsen. Sunday Night Football also ranked as the No. 1 show in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic for the eighth consecutive TV season.

Thurs. Sept. 6NFL Kickoff Atlanta Falcons at Philadelphia Eagles
Sun. Sept. 9Week 1 Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers
Sun. Sept. 16Week 2 New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys
Sun. Sept. 23Week 3 New England Patriots at Detroit Lions
Sun. Sept. 30Week 4Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers
*Sun. Oct. 7Week 5 Dallas Cowboys at Houston Texans
*Sun. Oct. 14Week 6Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots
*Sun. Oct. 21Week 7Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers
*Sun. Oct. 28Week 8New Orleans Saints at Minnesota Vikings
*Sun. Nov. 4Week 9Green Bay Packers at New England Patriots
*Sun. Nov. 11Week 10Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles
*Sun. Nov. 18Week 11 Pittsburgh Steelers at Jacksonville Jaguars
**Thurs. Nov. 22Week 12Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints
*Sun. Nov. 25Week 12Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings
*Sun. Dec. 2Week 13San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks
*Sun. Dec. 9Week 14Pittsburgh Steelers at Oakland Raiders
*Sun. Dec. 16Week 15Philadelphia Eagles at Los Angeles Rams
*Sun. Dec. 23Week 16Kansas City Chiefs at Seattle Seahawks
*Sun. Dec. 30Week 17TBD

*Flex Week

** Thanksgiving Night Game