Nothing beats waking up with a hot cup of coffee and your favorite television show! If you’re a Sunday football fan, you know the fear of waking up on Monday morning with no new games until the weekend. 

However, you may not know about the show “Good Morning Football” which allows you to watch football highlights and news with your morning coffee, even on weekdays. Currently, you can stream “Good Morning Football” on NFL Network Live or on ESPN for full coverage of all things football. 

About “Good Morning Football”

“Good Morning Football” is a live coverage morning program from the NFL Network, originally airing on August 1st, 2016. After little success with the “NFL HQ” and “NFL AM” morning show, the NFL Network created “Good Morning Football” to give sports fans a way to catch up on game highlights, recaps, and football news without watching the Sunday night games live. The show covers all things football from rankings, NFL Drafts,  Super Bowls, and playoff games, as well as general NFL history.

The show has nine hosts and analysts that each tackle a different branch of the show. Currently, the weekday hosts are Kyle Brandt and Peter Schrager, with Colleen Wolfe covering weekends. The show also features five analysts: Reggie Bush, Cris Carter, DeAngelo Hall, Steve Smith Sr., and Michael Robinson. The show also features Mike Garafolo for inside expertise. While the show initially began its filming in Los Angeles using the CBS studio, the chief content officer decided the 4:00 am start time was too early for good ratings. It is now shot at both the SportsNet New York City studio and the sister studio in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey.

When is “Good Morning Football” Live on TV?

While the show was originally set to only stream twice a week, you can now watch the show every day of the week including weekends! Currently, the show is aired live every weekday morning from 7:00 am to 10:00 am EST. For weekend coverage, you can tune in at 9:00 am EST. Most cable TV providers also re-air the daily episodes at 10:00 am EST on weekdays. 

If you miss it on TV, you can also now catch your favorite football news and hosts on the new “Good Morning Football Podcast.” While the “Good Morning Football Podcast” does recap much of the television show, as well as all coverage for the yearly NFL drafts, NFL matchups, and Super Bowls, it also contains new features, topics, and exclusive interviews with famous football players, analysts, and head coaches. 

You can stream this podcast on a variety of platforms, including iHeartRadio, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify. The podcast is currently hosted by Will Selva, who has been covering NFL football for the last ten years. It also features special guests like Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks.

Is “Good Morning Football” Still On During the Offseason?

If you still want to watch football news during the nine-week NFL offseason, “Good Morning Football” is for you. You can watch the show all year long, at the same times as on-season, 7:00 am EST on weekdays and 9:00 am EST on weekends. 

All About the Anchors of “Good Morning Football”

We have gathered everything you need to know about the “Good Morning Football” crew.

Peter Schrager

Peter Schrager on Good Morning Football

Popular host Peter Schrager is a 40-year-old sportscaster from Freehold Township, New Jersey. After graduating high school in New Jersey, Schrager went on to graduate from Emory University. With more than a decade of sports experience, Schrager now hosts “Good Morning Football” during the weekdays, as well as being an analyst on the popular Fox “NFL Kickoff.” He also serves as a Sideline Reporter for Fox and contributes to the “Dan Patrick Show.” In addition to his extensive television career, Schrager has also written two books: “Strength of a Champion” (2013) and “Out of the Blue” (2012). 

Kyle Brandt

Kyle Brandt on Good Morning Football

Kyle Brandt is a 43-year-old television and radio host as well as an actor. He was born in Lincolnshire, Illinois, and played football at Stanford University, where he graduated with a degree in English. Brandt has played on a variety of popular shows including “The Real World,” “Days of Our Lives,” and “The Jim Rose Show.” Brandt was the original host of “Good Morning Football” from the first episode, and he still remains on the show. He also guests stars in a variety of podcasts from NFL Network and others. 

Colleen Wolfe

Colleen Wolfe on Good Morning Football

Arguably the most popular female host of the show, Colleen Wolfe is a 37-year-old former athlete and sportscaster. Wolfe was raised in Horsham, Pennsylvania, and went to Drexel University, where she graduated with a degree in Communications. Wolfe was an accomplished figure skater in her younger years aiming to go professional. However, after a severe back injury, she was unable to continue the sport. Before becoming the “Good Morning Football” weekend host, she worked on shows like “NFL Game Day Kickoff” and “Thursday Night Football.” In her spare time, you can find her on Instagram talking about all of her rescue animals. 

Jamie Erdahl

 
 
 
 
 
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Previously a sideline and lead reporter since 2014 for CBS (NFL on CBS and SEC on CBS), Jamie joined the “Good Morning Football” cast in July 2022. She was a college athlete playing both basketball and softball while obtaining her degree in communications.

Jason McCourty

Jason McCourty on Good Morning Football

A 13-year NFL veteran and Super Bowl LIII champ, Jason was another great addition to the cast along with Jamie in July 2022. This is his first role as a TV reporter but he has experience hosting a podcast named “Double Coverage with the McCourty Twins.”

Football Analysts and Experts

Currently, the show features analysts Reggie Bush, Cris Carter, DeAngelo Hall, Steve Smith Sr., and Michael Robinson, as well as Mike Garafolo for expert opinion. 

  • Reggie Bush: Bush played as a running back for the Miami Dolphins, Detroit Lions, San Francisco 49ers, and the Buffalo Bills. He retired in 2016 and now serves as a college football analyst. Bush was also well-known for being the second pick in round one of the 2006 NFL Draft in New York City. 
  • Cris Carter: Before becoming an analyst, Cris Carter played as a wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings, and Miami Dolphins. 
  • DeAngelo Hall: Hall played as a cornerback for the Atlanta Falcons, Oakland Raiders, and the Washington Commanders (formerly Redskins) before retiring in 2017. He now serves as an analyst for many popular football channels and shows.
  • Steve Smith Sr.: Smith Sr. played over 16 seasons with the Carolina Panthers and Baltimore Ravens as a wide receiver and return specialist before becoming an analyst. 
  • Michael Robinson: Robinson,  the final analyst on the show, played as a fullback for the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks before retiring in 2013.
  • Mike Garofolo: The show also features Mike Garafolo who has been the main reporter for the NFL since 2016. Garafolo has also acted as a journalist for major outlets such as USA Today. Currently, he lives in New Jersey and broadcasts out of the satellite station. 

Does Kay Adams Still Host “Good Morning Football”?

Kay Adams on Good Morning Football

Popular host Kay Adams has been covering all things football on the show since late 2016 when the show first aired. After five and a half years, Kay Adams has announced she is no longer on the show. Kay Adams was the original host, alongside Nate Burleson, Kyle Brandt, and Peter Schrager. Brandt and Schrager are still the main two hosts of the weekday episodes, while both Kay Adams and Nate Burleson have left to pursue other opportunities. 

On May 12th, 2022, Adams announced on Twitter, “My last @gmfb is tomorrow! End of an era. So proud. So grateful. Come party!” 

Fans have speculated as to why Kay Adams has left the show, but as of now, there are no formal announcements from the host as to where she is going next. Some fans and new sources say Adams may be leaving to host a very popular Amazon Prime talk show. In live interviews, Adams thanked the best “Good Morning Football” crew for their partnership over the last few years but did not specify her next career move. For worried “Good Morning Football” fans, the show is likely to continue rotating out hosts for the weekday segments. Popular options for Adams’ replacement could be weekend host Colleen Wolfe or guest host Rachel Bonnetta. 

How to Watch “Good Morning Football” on NFL Network

“Good Morning Football” streams live each morning on cable through the NFL Network channel. Check your local cable guide for the channel number and make sure to record the series so you never miss an episode. However, if you do not have cable access, you can still keep up with the show live each morning through the “Good Morning Football” NFL Livestream site. The page will also take you to any links you may need for the podcast episodes and television highlight videos. 

Highlights From This Season of “Good Morning Football”

Here are some sneak peeks into the episodes of this season of “Good Morning Football:”

  • Which QB and coach duo is the most dynamic? 
  • The biggest updates for NFC east?
  • Tom Brady, the New England Patriots, and the rumors surrounding the Dolphins’ interest?
  • Hunter Renfrow and the Las Vegas Raiders?
  • DK Metcalf and minicamp?
  • Which AFC quarterback is on the rise for 2022?
  • Are tight ends underpaid?

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