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- FOX Sports, now in its 19th season as an NFL network television partner, will broadcast the game to a regional audience.
- Play-by-play man Joe Buck and color analyst Troy Aikman will have the call from the broadcast booth with Pam Oliver reporting from the sidelines.
- Milwaukee’s WTMJ (620 AM), airing Green Bay games since 1929, heads up the 53-station Packers Radio Network, with Wayne Larrivee (play-by-play) and two-time Packers Pro Bowler Larry McCarren (color) calling the action. The duo enters its 14th season of broadcasts together across the Packers Radio Network, which covers 44 markets in six states.
- Dial Global Sports radio will air the game across the country. Kevin Kugler (play-by-play) and Mark Malone (analyst) will call the action and Scott Graham hosts the pregame and halftime shows.
- The broadcast is also available on Sirius Satellite Radio (Channel 117) as part of the network’s NFL Sunday Drive.
- DIRECTV subscribers can watch the game in HD on Channel 706.
- The image below shows an unofficial map (courtesy of the506.com) of which regions will receive the game on FOX:
- Listen to live radio broadcasts online in premium sound quality with NFL Audio Pass.
- For international fans: Watch NFL games, including the playoffs and Super Bowl, live or on-demand online in HD with NFL Game Pass (UK Blackouts: This game is scheduled to be blacked out live in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland. These games will be available in the NFL Game Pass archives 24 hours after the conclusion of the television broadcast. Canada Blackouts: Regional Canadian blackouts: Ottawa, Toronto, SW Ontario, N Ontario, Winnipeg, Saskatchewan).
The information above is contained within this week’s Dope Sheet. For even more information on Sunday’s game, check out the Dope Sheet.
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Detroit Lions Head Coach Jim Schwartz and WR Calvin Johnson were made available to the media via conference call Wednesday. To listen to Schwartz and Johnson talk about Sunday’s game in Detroit, click on the links below.
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“We’ll see what next week brings,” McCarthy said. He added that the team had been planning not to have Matthews this week.
Also, WR Greg Jennings (groin/abdominal) and DB Charles Woodson (collarbone) remain out, but McCarthy said both players are farther along in their rehab and workouts than expected at this point.
WR Jordy Nelson (hamstring/foot) was limited in practice, but McCarthy said he “looked like his old self” and doesn’t anticipate him having any problems playing. Nelson missed the Jacksonville game with the hamstring injury and then injured his foot and/or ankle early in the Arizona game and was taken out again.
DE Mike Neal (ankle) did not participate in practice because the ankle injury he played through against Arizona is “bothering him,” according to McCarthy, who is hoping Neal might be able to practice at some point later this week.
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FB John Kuhn, who has missed the past couple of games with a hamstring injury, was back on the practice field on Wednesday.
LB Clay Matthews and DE Mike Neal, however, were not practicing in the portion of the workout open to the media. CB Charles Woodson and WR Greg Jennings continue to sit out as well.
Mike McCarthy will address reporters after practice at the top of the hour.
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