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The morning show wars between Fox Sports, ESPN and the NFL Network are about to heat up again in early 2020.The disappearance of Tom Brady's jersey was a wild storyline after the New England Patriots' Super Bowl LI victory, and now it'll get its own documentary. NFL Films and Gotham Chopra's Religion of Sports have teamed up to produce "The Great Brady Heist," which is set to air on FOX on Feb. 1 Super Bowl LIV live at 7 p.m. "Just when you think you've seen it all in the sports world, a story like this comes around," Ross Ketover, Chief Executive, NFL Films said in a release, per WEEI. "Anyone who thinks they know what happened that day will discover more jaw-dropping details than they could have imagined. ‘The Great Brady Heist' is one of the most unique projects NFL Films has ever produced. We couldn't be more pleased to partner with FOX and Religion of Sports on such an engaging film." LIVE stream the Celtics all season and get the latest news and analysis on all of your teams from NBC Sports Boston by downloading the My Teams App. The documentary will be 54 minutes long and feature exclusive interviews with Brady, as well as the man who stole the jersey after the Patriots' historic comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons. With Cris Carter suddenly leaving “First Things First,” Fox’s FS1 is weighing a significant strategy change to better position its weekday morning show against ESPN’s “Get Up!” and NFL Network’s “Good Morning Football.” There are multiple scenarios under consideration for the 27-month old show that airs from 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., said sources.
The most probable is that FS1 transforms “First Things First” into more of a fun, fast-moving morning show from its present opinion and debate format. FS1 may also add a fourth person to its existing three-person cast that includes Nick Wright and Jenna Wolfe. Former New York Giants lineman Chris Canty has mostly filled in since Carter’s exit, but he’s viewed as a temporary replacement. Fox’s goal is to make “First Things First” a more powerful lead-in to the “Undisputed” debate show starring Skip Bayless, Shannon Sharpe, and Jenny Taft that airs from 9:30 to 12 noon ET. “They want to make ‘First Things First’ more like Mike Greenberg’s ‘Get Up!’ or NFL Network’s ‘Good Morning Football,” said one source. FS1’s programming brain trust of Charlie Dixon, executive vice president of content, and Whit Albohm, executive producer, regard the 35-year old Wright as a potential Bayless or Colin Cowherd. They want somebody across the desk who can lighten up the more serious Wright, and one strong possibility that has emerged is Damien Woody of ESPN, said sources.
The former Super Bowl Miami live champion has been one of ESPN’s most entertaining and incisive analysts since joining the network in 2011. Woody’s entering a contract year at ESPN, said sources. With his sense of humor, the former NFL lineman could make a nice fit with Wright and Wolfe at the New York-based show. But the Woody deal isn’t finalized yet, said another source. There are still other talents under consideration for Carter’s role, said sources. Fox declined to comment. Woody could not be reached.
The 42-year old Woody would fit several of the search criteria laid down by Dixon, said sources. He has morning show experience. Woody has been a key contributor to Greenberg’s “Get Up!” since its launch on April 2, 2018. After a rocky start, “Get Up!” has become one of ESPN’s biggest shows. Between linear television and streaming, the show has grown its average audience to 352,000 viewers, up 10% from last year. “Sports has to be fun that early in the morning. ‘Get Up’ has done a great job of changing course – and embracing that,” said another source. “They’re not talking about national security.” Meanwhile, “Good Morning Football” has been critically acclaimed for the fun-loving chemistry between its four-person cast of Kay Adams, Nate Burleson, Peter Schrager, and Kyle Brandt. Similar to Carter, FS1 is looking for a former NFL player who can provide analysis on America’s most popular sport. The 12-year NFL Super Bowl 2020 live stream winning teams in 2001 and 2003. Woody is friends with Fox talents like Cowherd, who previously worked at ESPN.
Where is the Super Bowl for the next 5 years?2020- Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida
2021- Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
2022- SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California
2023- State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
2024- Louisana Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana