(Jan. 26, 2006) -- Trent Dilfer, Torry Holt and Ray Lewis are going to the Super Bowl in Detroit after all.
The three current players have been added as analysts for NFL Network's comprehensive coverage of the 40th anniversary of the Super Bowl.
NFL Network's coverage includes "Everything But the Game." NFL Network's Super Bowl week is presented by Coors Light.
Dilfer, who won a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens in 2000, and spent four years with the Seahawks, will work as an analyst on NFL Total Access' coverage of Super Bowl XL Tuesday through Friday on the NFL Total Access set in Detroit with Rich Eisen, Terrell Davis, Lincoln Kennedy and Rod Woodson, covering all angles of Super Bowl XL from the game to the happenings around the Motor City.
Holt, a Pro Bowl wide receiver for the St. Louis Rams and a winning member of Super Bowl XXXIV, will serve as one of NFL Network's Media Day correspondents on Tuesday, Jan. 31. Holt, who has participated in Media Day as a player twice, will interview members of both teams heading into the biggest game of their careers.
Lewis, who was the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2000 and MVP of Super Bowl XXXV with the Ravens, will serve as an analyst joining the NFL Total Access crew Friday through Sunday in Detroit.
NFL Network's signature show will be live on the scene each day from the Marriott Renaissance Center, site of the Super Bowl XL Media Center, beginning Sunday, Jan. 29, with news, interviews and analysis.
Even without attending Super Bowl XL in Detroit, fans can see everything about the big game by watching NFL Network's 60-plus hours (up to 11 hours a day) of live Super Bowl programming from the Motor City including interviews and all press conferences.
NFL Network airs seven days a week, 24 hours a day on a year-round basis and is the first television network fully dedicated to the NFL and the sport of football.