NASHVILLE, Tenn. --
The NFL will release the 2014 regular season schedule on Wednesday, April 23 at 7 p.m., CT.
Tune into Titans Online.com at 7 p.m., CT for complete coverage of the Titans' 2014 schedule, including reaction from head coach Ken Whisenhunt and analysis from "Voice of the Titans" Mike Keith.
The entire schedule will be announced on NFL Network, NFL.com, and NFL Mobile from Verizon.
NFL Network’s coverage will be highlighted by NFL Total Access: Schedule Release ’14 presented by Verizon (Wednesday, 7 p.m., CT) – a three-hour special hosted by Rich Eisen and featuring analysts Steve Mariucci, Warren Sapp, and Mike Silver – that breaks down the entire 2014 regular season schedule, division by division, analyzing the top matchups and primetime games, including the 16-game CBS/NFL Network Thursday Night Football schedule.
NFL Total Access: Schedule Release ‘14 will include reports and interviews from Seattle, where the season will kick-off on September 4th, and Arizona—the site of Super Bowl XLIX. The show will also feature reporters, guests and players at a handful of additional remote locations around the NFL, weighing in on the 2014 schedule—the road map to Super Bowl XLIX.
Fans can watch a live stream of NFL Network’s NFL Total Access: Schedule Release ‘14 on their mobile devices with the NFL Mobile (NFL.com/mobile) from Verizon app. Throughout the show, fans can interact with the analysts and voice their opinions on the 2014 NFL schedule by posing questions via Twitter (@nflnetwork) and Facebook (facebook.com/nflnetwork) using hash tag #nflschedule.
For fans who want to see their team’s entire schedule immediately, NFL.com is the place to go on Wednesday at 7 p.m., CT. NFL.com will provide complete team-by-team and weekly schedules of all 256 regular-season games, listing opponents, sites and times on a schedule page that integrates social media and video highlights. Additionally, NFL.com features movie-like trailers previewing the top games on the schedule, which can be viewed now at NFL.com/movietrailers.
Additional digital features from NFL.com include:
• NFL.com’s Elliot Harrison will unveil a comprehensive list of the 14 best games of the 2014 NFL Season, which can be found at: NFL.com/top14gamesof14
• NFL Media analysts will weigh in on the game they are most looking forward to seeing during the 2014 NFL season at: NFL.com/2014topgame
• NFL.com’s Fantasy Editor Michael Fabiano will provide an early scouting report on which players fantasy users should target in the draft and which ones have favorable schedules come playoff time at: NFL.com/fantasy.ABOUT NFL NETWORK
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