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  • Jack Arute

    For more than 30 years, Jack patrolled the sidelines of college football’s biggest games. From border wars to national championships, Jack was part of ABC’s top television crew, working with legends like Keith Jackson and Brent Musburger. A two-time Emmy nominee, Jack was ranked by USA Today as America’s Top Sideline Announcer for six consecutive years. From Bobby Bowden to Nick Saban, Arute’s rapport with coaching legends is considered top shelf. As Jackie Sherrill says, “Coaches trust Jack because they know he knows what the real story is!”

    Follow Jack Arute on Twitter, @JackOnSports

  • Gil Brandt

    As vice president of player personnel for the Cowboys from   1960-89, Gil Brandt helped Dallas grow into one of the most   popular sports franchises in America. Brandt has spent the last eight years as NFL.com's main personnel guru by offering insight and commentary on players and teams.

    Follow Gil Brandt on Twitter, @Gil_Brandt

  • Derrick Brooks

    Brooks spent 14 seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and was an All-Pro nine times during his career, leading the Bucs to a 48-21 victory in Super Bowl XXXVII. In 2000, Brooks received the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award for his dedicated service to the Tampa Bay community.

    Follow Derrick Brooks on Twitter, @DBrooks55

  • Tim Brown

    Tim Brown played in the NFL for 17 years, 16 with the Oakland Raiders, and holds numerous team and league records. He was selected to 9 Pro Bowls and was a member of the NFL's 1990's "All-Decade Team." He is currently a finalist to enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

    Follow Tim Brown on Twitter, @81TimBrown

  • Keith Bulluck

    Keith Bulluck was drafted in the first round by the Tennessee Titans in 2000 and he played 10 seasons with the team. He finished his career with the New York Giants in 2010. The linebacker led the league in tackles in 2004 and ended up with more than 1,000 tackles and 21 interceptions.

    Follow Keith Bulluck on Twitter, @kbull53

  • Vic Carucci

    Carucci's opinions pack a punch that have garnered numerous honors over his 26 seasons of covering the NFL. Carucci is the author of several books, including the bestseller Do You Love Football?!, co-written with John Gruden. Currently, he is a writer, blogger and radio host for the Cleveland Browns.

    Follow Vic Carucci on Twitter, @viccarucci

  • Howard DavidHoward David served as the play-by-play voice for several pro teams, including the NFL's New York Jets and Miami Dolphins and the NBA's New Jersey Nets, Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics. He also was the lead play-by-play voice for CBS Radio’s Sunday Night Football and Monday Night Football.

  • Zig Fracassi

    Zig is a sports talk radio veteran who brings 20 years of national, local and satellite experience to the table, having covered the Buffalo Bills. Callers should bring up anything about the history of the NFL or something "Dallas Cowboys" related to really get Zig going.

    Follow Zig Fracassi on Twitter, @ZigFracassi

  • Rich Gannon

    Former All-Pro NFL quarterback, Rich Gannon, spent 17 years playing for Oakland, Minnesota, Washington and Kansas City. He earned the AP's 2002 league MVP after leading the Raiders to Super Bowl XXXVII. Rich retired following the 2004 season to become a network television game analyst in 2005.

    Follow Rich Gannon on Twitter, @RichGannon12

  • Brad Hopkins

    Hopkins was selected in the first round of the 1993 NFL Draft and played left tackle for 13 seasons in the NFL for the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans.  He played in Super Bowl XXXIV, was a two-time Pro Bowler and made All-Pro in 2000.  He announced his retirement from football on June 14, 2006. Along with Steve McNair, he was the last player left from the Houston Oilers.

    Follow Brad Hopkins on Twitter, @B_Hop72

  • Jim Kelly

    A 2002 inductee into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Kelly was selected by the Buffalo Bills in the first round of the 1983 NFL Draft. He made his debut with Buffalo three seasons later, and went on to lead the Bills to eight playoff appearances and four consecutive Super Bowl appearances. He is the only Bills player to have his number retired.

  • Pat Kirwan

    As a former coach, scout and front office executive for several NFL teams, Kirwan's insider knowledge of the NFL provides him with a laser-guided perspective on what's going on in the world of football. After the NFL, Kirwan became a regular contributor to CNNSI and is an NFL.com senior analyst.

    Follow Pat Kirwan on Twitter, @PatKirwanCBS

  • Dan Koppen

    Dan Koppen is an 11-year veteran NFL center that started 132-of-136 regular-season games and 14-of-14 postseason games during the first 10 seasons of his career with the Patriots and Broncos. He ranks first in NFL history, among offensive linemen, with a .794 career regular-season winning percentage (min. 100 GP). Dan earned Pro Bowl recognition and Associated Press All-Pro (second team) honors in 2007.

    Follow Dan Koppen on Twitter, @koppen67

  • Dan Leberfeld

    After serving as an associate producer for Around the NFL on the MSG Network, Dan started the weekly publication, Jets Confidential. The weekly newspaper about the New York Jets features his "Whispers" column mdash& a must read for Jets fans. Dan also covered the Jets for New York One and MSG Sportsdesk.

    Follow Dan Leberfeld on Twitter, @jetswhispers

  • Alex Marvez

    Alex Marvez is the Senior NFL writer at FOXSports.com. He has covered the NFL since 1995, including stints as a Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins beat writer. A three-time voter for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Marvez is a past president of the Pro Football Writers of America.

    Follow Alex Marvez on Twitter, @alexmarvez

  • Anthony McFarlandAnthony McFarland is a former NFL defensive tackle who played eight season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Anthony graduated from LSU in 1999 with a degree in business management. He was drafted that same year in the first round (15th overall) by the Bucs, and played for legendary head coaches Tony Dungy and Jon Gruden in Tampa Bay. A two-time Super Bowl champion (Bucs in 2003, Colts in 2007), he brings experience and strong opinions to our airways.

  • Lance Medow

    Lance Medow joined SiriusXM in 2009 and has served a variety of roles including update anchor and play-by-play announcer.   He also hosts Nightcap on SiriusXM Mad Dog Sports Radio.  In addition to his work for SiriusXM, Lance also serves as the Pre/Half/Post Game Host for the New York Giants Radio Network and a play-by-play announcer for Columbia University Athletics/Ivy League Digital Network.  He’s also done work for ESPN Radio, MTV, MLB.com and Westwood One.

    Follow Lance Medow on Twitter, @LanceMedow

  • Jim Miller

    A sixth-round selection by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1994, Miller threw for 6,387 yards and 36 TDs during his nine-year pro career. Miller led the Bears to the 2001 playoffs with an 11-2 regular season record as a starter and still ranks among Michigan State's all-time passing leaders.

    Follow Jim Miller on Twitter, @15miller

  • Bruce Murray

    Bruce Murray debuted on SiriusXM in 2006 as co-host of the Mike & Murray Show. He’s hosted The Red Zone on SiriusXM NFL Radio and The Bruce Murray Show on Mad Dog Radio. Before SiriusXM, Bruce spent 10 years at Sporting News Radio.

    Follow Bruce Murray on Twitter, @BruceMurrayNFL

  • Bob Papa

    Papa's broadcasting career took off after radio legend Marty Glickman mentored him at WNEW-FM in New York City. From there, Papa became a commentator and play-by-play man for Sports Channel America, 1010 Wins and ESPN, eventually winning the New York State AP Sportscaster of the Year Award in 1992.

    Follow Bob Papa on Twitter, @BobPapa_NFL

  • Bill PolianPolian was the President and Vice Chairman of the Indianapolis Colts from 1997 through 2011. In 24 seasons as a general manager with Indianapolis, Carolina and Buffalo, Polian’s teams made five Super Bowl appearances and he’s a six-time winner of the Executive of the Year award.

  • Phil Savage

    Phil Savage worked in the NFL as a coach, scout and executive for 20 years. As the Director of College Scouting and later as the Director of Player Personnel with the Baltimore Ravens, Savage helped assemble a roster that included 12 Pro Bowlers - and won Super Bowl XXXV. In his four years as General Manager of the Cleveland Browns, he drafted or acquired five Pro Bowlers, including OT Joe Thomas and KR Josh Cribbs. He is a graduate of the University of the South - Sewanee and earned his Masters at the University of Alabama.  Phil Savage is currently the Executive Director of the Senior Bowl.

    Follow Phil Savage on Twitter, @SeniorBowlPhil

  • Jeff Rickard

    An Emmy-nominated sports broadcaster with more than 20 years of experience, Rickard is a host on ESPN Radio and was the host of CN8’s daily sports recap show Out of Bounds. Jeff was also the voice of ESPN's Radio’s GameNight, which won him a 2006 SI.com Radio Personality of the Year award.

    Follow Jeff Rickard on Twitter, @RickardonSports

  • Steve Tasker

    Steve Tasker played 13 seasons in the NFL, appearing in four Super Bowls with the Buffalo Bills. He was named to seven Pro Bowl teams, and was the game's MVP in 1993. Tasker can also be seen on CBS' NFL coverage.

    Follow Steve Tasker on Twitter, @SteveTasker89

  • LaDainian Tomlinson

    LaDainian Tomlinson’s record-setting 11-year NFL career includes five Pro Bowls, three 1st Team All-Pro selections as well as the 2006 MVP Award. L.T. holds the single season rushing touchdown record with 28. He is currently a radio talk show host on SiriusXM and part of the NFL Network.

    Follow LaDainian Tomlinson on Twitter, @LT_21

  • Amani Toomer

    Amani Toomer spent 13 seasons as a wide receiver for the New York Giants and retired as the team’s all-time leader in receptions (668) and receiving yards (9,497). He played in two Super Bowls and won Super Bowl XLII. His post-playing broadcasting career includes NBC SportsTalk and MSG Varsity.

    Follow Amani Toomer on Twitter, @AmaniAToomer

  • Steve TorrePrior to joining SiriusXM, Steve spent 18 years as the morning drive anchor and Sports Director of 1010 WINS Radio in NYC. He was also heard on Westwood One's coverage of the Summer Olympics and was the NFL Draft and sports anchor on the ABC Radio Network.

  • Ross Tucker

    Ross Tucker became a SiriusXM NFL Radio host after retiring from a seven-year NFL career (2001-2007) as an offensive lineman. Tucker writes about the NFL for SI.com and is a frequent contributor on Comcast CN8’s Out of Bounds. Tucker is also a game analyst for the Sports USA Radio Network.

    Follow Ross Tucker on Twitter, @RossTuckerNFL

  • Ralph Vacchiano

    Ralph Vacchiano has covered the NFL for nearly 20 years, including the last 11 at the New York Daily News. An award-winning sports writer, he’s also the national NFL columnist for AthlonSports.com, a frequent contributor to SNY-TV in New York, and author of Eli Manning: The Making of a Quarterback.

    Follow Ralph Vacchiano on Twitter, @RVacchianoNYDN

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2014 Training Camp Tour

Get ready for the season as SiriusXM NFL Radio broadcasts live on location from all 32 NFL training camp sites around the country this summer. Hosts will provide listeners with an inside look at the progress of every team as they prepare for the coming season, analyzing the performances of veterans and newcomers, interviewing players and examining rosters with coaches and GMs.

Tour schedule (All times ET and schedule is subject to change)

July 25: New York Giants, 7-11 am with Bob Papa and Amani Toomer
July 26: Chicago Bears, 3-6 pm with Jeff Joniak and Jim Miller
July 26: San Diego Chargers, 6-9 pm with Alex Marvez and Gil Brandt
July 27: Philadelphia Eagles, 2-5 pm with Ross Tucker and Bill Polian
July 28: New England Patriots, 3-7 pm with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan
July 28: Oakland Raiders, 7-10 pm with Alex Marvez and Gil Brandt
July 29: New Orleans Saints, 12-3 pm with Bill Polian
July 29: New York Jets, 3-7 pm with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan
July 30: Indianapolis Colts, 12-3 pm with Jeff Rickard and Phil Savage
July 30: Buffalo Bills, 3-6 pm with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan
July 30: Dallas Cowboys, 6-9 pm with Alex Marvez and Gil Brandt
July 31: Cleveland Browns, 3-7 pm with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan
July 31: Cincinnati Bengals, 7-10 pm with Jeff Rickard and Takeo Spikes
Aug. 1: Pittsburgh Steelers, 6-9 pm with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan
Aug. 2: Hall of Fame, 3-11 pm with Vic Carucci and Gil Brandt
Aug. 3: Baltimore Ravens, 4-7:30 pm with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan
Aug. 4: Washington Redskins, 3-6 pm with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan
Aug. 4: Atlanta Falcons, 6-9 pm with Alex Marvez and Gil Brandt
Aug. 5: Minnesota Vikings, 1-4 pm with Bruce Murray and Rich Gannon
Aug. 5: Houston Texans, 4-7 pm with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan
Aug. 6: Green Bay Packers, 2-4:30 pm with Bruce Murray and Rich Gannon
Aug. 6: Tennessee Titans, 4:30-7 pm with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan
Aug. 6: Carolina Panthers, 7-10 pm with Alex Marvez and Gil Brandt
Aug. 7: Detroit Lions, 3-7 pm with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan
Aug. 10: Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 4-7 pm with Anthony McFarland
Aug. 10: Miami Dolphins, 7-10 pm with Alex Marvez and Bill Polian
Aug. 11: Jacksonville Jaguars, 12-3 pm with Alex Marvez and Bill Polian
Aug. 11: Denver Broncos, 3-7 pm with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan
Aug. 12: Seattle Seahawks, 3-7 pm with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan
Aug. 12: St. Louis Rams, 7-10 pm with Alex Marvez and Gil Brandt
Aug. 13: San Francisco 49ers, 7-10 pm with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan
Aug. 14: Kansas City Chiefs, 12-3 pm with Alex Marvez and Gil Brandt
Aug. 14: Arizona Cardinals, 3-7 pm with Jim Miller and Pat Kirwan

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