FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - A special AFC Championship edition of Patriots All Access will air live on Saturday, Jan. 21 from the home of Patriots owner Robert Kraft.
The Kraft family will host a special championship eve celebration and All Access will be on site to capture the event.
The show will include live appearances from the four honorary captains for Sunday's game, all of whom were core contributors to teams that played in the first AFC Championship in Foxborough (1996) and later won the franchise's first Super Bowl (2001). Of the four, Troy Brown and Ty Law have been announced, with the final two to be revealed later this week.
Scott Zolak will sit-down with head coach Bill Belichick, followed by the popular Belestrator segment, where the coach will break down the Ravens' playmakers on defense and the multi-dimensional talents of running back Ray Rice. Host Steve Burton will chat with receiver Deion Branch and former Patriots tight end Christian Fauria will visit with record-breaking tight end Rob Gronkowski.
Patriots All Access will also examine the behind-the-scenes story of one of the inspirations for the Patriots' 2011 playoff push.
All Access will air live Saturday from 7-8 p.m. on WBZ-TV in Boston. Fans can also stream the show live from 7-8 p.m. on Patriots.com.