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The SiriusXM 2014 NFL Draft Contest

Think you're an NFL expert? SiriusXM wants to know who you think the Top Ten Picks will be in the 2014 NFL Draft. You could win a trip to the 2014 NFL Kickoff game!

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SiriusXM's 2014 NFL Draft Sweepstakes
NFL Draft Trip Sweeps 260

SiriusXM wants to give you the chance to win a trip to New York City for the 2014 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall, May 8th through 10th.

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  • SportsCenter AllNight Weekdays 1 am ET & 10 pm ETTune in to catch up on all the scores, information and updates from the world of sports. The SportsCenter machine works around the clock delivering headlines right as they happen.

  • Mike & Mike Weekdays 6 am ET Join ESPN SportsCenter anchor Mike Greenberg and former NFL player Mike Golic team up for a fun-filled, fast-paced, informative morning drive for the sports enthusiast. Get a mix of sports news, analysis, entertainment and big name interviews.

  • The Herd with Colin Cowherd Weekdays 10 am ETListen in as Colin Cowherd provides topical commentary on the day’s most important sports news, perspective on the top stories, interviews with the biggest newsmakers and entertaining daily segments including Spanning the Globe and "Rants of the Day.

  • SVP & Russillo Weekdays 1 pm ET SVP & Russillo Weekdays 1 pm ET with SportsCenter anchor Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo talking sports and pop culture. A fun sports show with big name guests and daily features such as Scott’s One Big Thing and I’ve Got Something to Say.

  • The Dan Le Batard show Weekdays 4 pm ET

    In 2013, Dan Le Batard brings his local radio show – heard on The Ticket in Miami since 2004 – to ESPN Radio’s national audience.  The Dan Le Batard Show continues with one local hour before a three-hour weekday broadcast at 4 p.m. on ESPN Radio, channel 84.

  • Sedano & Stink Weekdays, 7 pm ET

    Jorge Sedano and ESPN NFL analyst Mark Schlereth, whose nickname while with the Denver Broncos was “Stink,” focus on the stories and games reacting to events as the evening unfolds while not taking themselves too seriously.  Listener interaction via social media is a staple of the show.

  • The Freddie Coleman Show Weekdays 10 pm ET

    Freddie Coleman gives his opinion on the stories and games of the moment.  Coleman provides all the info you need to know when talking the next day about what happened last night.  Lots of listener interaction on this show with live callers and social media feedback.

  • Dari and Mel Saturdays 7 am ET SportsCenter anchor Dari Nowkhah and NFL Draft Expert Mel Kiper Jr. co-host each Saturday morning and bring you analysis and opinion, as well as interviews with the day's biggest newsmakers and listener interaction.

  • The V Show Sundays at 12 am ET Join Bob Valvano, brother of coaching legend Jim Valvano, for lively sports talk, including up-to-the minute details of live sports events, in-depth interviews with top newsmakers, and analysis from ESPN's recognized sports experts.

  • Mike GreenbergGreeny is a versatile member of the crew and ESPN's premier tennis and badminton expert, as well as hosting Mike & Mike. He was a five-time winner of the MSA (Minor Sports of America) Journalism Award for his articles on soccer, badminton, lacrosse, and gymnastics.

  • Mike GolicThe voice of reason on Mike & Mike. Mike Golic began a rigorous consumption program at an early age. His college career was shrouded in controversy over rumors he received illegal endorsements from White Castle while playing for Notre Dame. The rumors have never been confirmed.

  • Colin CowherdColin Cowherd joined ESPN Radio in 2004 with the debut of The Herd, featuring topical commentary on the sports news, perspectives on top stories, and interviews with the biggest newsmakers. He joined ESPN Radio from Portland, where he hosted The Herd and anchored sports at News Channel 8.

  • Mike TiricoVersatile sportscaster Mike Tirico, the Monday Night Football commentator has hosted or served as play-by-play voice for many of ABC and ESPN's marquee events. He has also handled play-by-play for the Conference and NBA Finals.

  • Scott Van PeltScott Van Pelt joined ESPN in 2001 and is the lead professional golf reporter. He’s also a SportsCenter anchor and host of golf's grand slam events. In April 2008 he was co-host of ESPN Radio's Tirico & Van Pelt weekday show. Van Pelt graduated from the University of Maryland.

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