Comcast SportsNet Eagles’ Game Plan

Here’s the Comcast SportsNet Eagles’ lineup this season:

Eagles Pregame Live presented by GEICO

Hosted by Michael Barkann, “Eagles Pregame Live presented by GEICO” features an entertaining and informative panel including Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, NFL Hall of Fame writer Ray Didinger and former Eagle Vaughn Hebron. Derrick Gunn brings fans the bird’s eye view from the field. “Eagles Pregame Live presented by GEICO” airs one hour prior to all Eagles games.

 “Eagles Pregame Live” brings fans closer to the action like never before for four games this season when the show goes live from Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday, September 12; Sunday, October 3, Sunday, November 21 and Sunday, January 2.  In addition to the live show, Comcast SportsNet will be interacting with the fans and handing out cool giveaways. 

Halftime Live

“Halftime Live,” exclusively on, is a online show hosted by Michael Barkann and Ray Didinger, where they will break down the first half of the Eagles game, answer viewer emails and discuss the Eagles’ second-half needs. Fans will also hear from Derrick Gunn with live reports from the stadium.

Eagles Postgame Live presented by Your Local Chevy Dealers

The 14th season of “Eagles Postgame Live presented by Your Local Chevy Dealers” continues to provide Eagles fans with immediate reaction to all games through insightful analysis, lively debate and live player and coaches’ press conferences. Returning to “Eagles Postgame Live presented by Your Local Chevy Dealers” are Michael Barkann, Governor Rendell, Vaughn Hebron, Ray Didinger and Derrick Gunn.

Eagles Extra

Comcast SportsNet and the Eagles have partnered together to bring fans a weekly hard-hitting football show, “Eagles Extra.” This 30-minute program takes fans on a look back of the previous game and previews next week’s match up. Hosted by Gregg Murphy, along with former Eagle Hugh Douglas, each week they break down that week’s game with a current Eagles player. “Eagles Extra” will air on Comcast SportsNet every Monday at 6:30 p.m. and 11 p.m.  “Eagles Extra will debut on Monday, September 13 at 11 p.m.  

Daily News Live

“Daily News Live packs an added punch this year with the help of current and former Eagles players, plus local and national football experts, and the always enthusiastic debate with writers from the Philadelphia Daily News.  Regularly scheduled guests include:

Monday                Eagles tight end Brent Celek
Tuesday               Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson
Wednesday         NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger
Thursday   ’s Eagles Insider Ray Didinger
Friday                    Former Eagle Tra Thomas (New!)

Eagles’ coverage has exploded this season on, featuring insider information and exclusive content only available online at will host live webchats during every Eagles Pregame and Postgame Live throughout the season. Additional exclusive online content includes extensive coverage of the 1960 Eagles championship season, plus live chats, Ray Didinger’s columns and daily entries in the “Eagle Eye” blog.


9 responses to “Comcast SportsNet Eagles’ Game Plan

  1. Looks to be the typical amount of coverage from CSN. Maybe a little too much exposure for Ray Diddy.

    Still get a laugh watching him weed through his piles and stacks of notes ON CAMERA during Post Game Live.

    Nice to see Tra Thomas added to the mix. He is a good guy (pardon the Tolly reference)

  2. Please someone explain why is Ed Rendell on this show? Doesn’t he have
    more important things to do in Harrisburg? Making sure his buddies at the
    DRPA right their ship?

  3. Tra Thomas is quite impressive. Diddy, Rendell time to move on

  4. Vaughn Hebron should be sweeping the studio and nothing more.

  5. I always promote my brotha’s, but Hebron’s gotta go

  6. Best offering from Hebron is his “shout outs” at the end of the show . And yes, Diddy is still ruffling thru his notes while the show is wrapping up

  7. Did you guy’s ever see diddy’s clothes? Look’s like a dude from the 70’s.
    No laptop, no cell phone, dude has ten jobs, must be rollin in coin.

  8. So what local commentator knows more about pro football than Ray D and is honest enough to speak the truth as he sees it?

    If you are worried about his 70s sports coat you should be watching instead The Runway with Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn on Thursday nights.

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