Radio services and programming provider Dial Global has announced its plans for the NFL this fall.
As the lead radio broadcaster for the NFL, DG has laid out a plan for 64 games, including all of the playoff games and the Super Bowl.
Things start off with the Hall of Fame game on Aug. 5.
The season opens Sept. 5 with the Kickoff Game, featuring the 2013 champions Baltimore Ravens playing the Denver Broncos.
Besides traditional Sunday afternoon games, DG has lined up Sunday night, Monday night and Thursday night games along with games on Thanksgiving Day.
In addition, Dial Global will air weekly preview and analysis programs such as “The NFL Today,” “NFL Preview”, “NFL Insider” and “NFL Sunday.”