NFL Network News: Broadcast Teams Announced for Week 16 Christmas Day Doubleheader

Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews & Tom Rinaldi to Call Browns-Packers at 4:30 PM ET on FOX, NFL Network & Prime Video

Hannah Storm & Andrea Kremer to Call Browns-Packers on Prime Video

Joe Davis, Kurt Warner, Melissa Stark & Peter Schrager to Call Colts-Cardinals at 8:15 PM ET EXCLUSIVELY on NFL Network

NFL Network has set the broadcast teams for the Week 16 doubleheader on Christmas Day Saturday, December 25.

Joe Buck and Troy Aikman, along with Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi on the sidelines, will call the Cleveland Browns vs. Green Bay Packers game at 4:30 PM ET from Green Bay on FOX, NFL Network and Prime Video. Alongside the FOX broadcast, award-winning journalists Hannah Storm and Andrea Kremer will call the game on Prime Video. Additionally, Prime members can tune-in to the ‘Scout’s Feed’ which features Bucky BrooksDaniel Jeremiah and Joy Taylor, or watch the ‘NFL Next Live’ livestream on Twitch with Andrew HawkinsKimmi Chex and Josh Cribbs.

Joe Davis and Kurt Warner, along with Melissa Stark and Peter Schrager on the sidelines, will call the Indianapolis Colts vs. Arizona Cardinals game at 8:15 PM ET from Glendale, EXCLUSIVELY on NFL Network. Colts-Cardinals will also be available on local broadcast stations in Indianapolis (WTTV) and Phoenix (KSAZ).

Fans can stream these games through NFL digital properties across devices (NFL.com and the NFL app), NFL Network distributors’ apps and sites, and on phones via Yahoo Sports and the respective teams’ mobile properties. Live game audio will be broadcast nationally by Westwood One, and carried on SiriusXM and TuneIn.

Week 16: Saturday, December 25

4:30 PM ET – Cleveland Browns vs. Green Bay Packers (FOX/NFL Network/Prime Video)

8:15 PM ET – Indianapolis Colts vs. Arizona Cardinals (NFL Network)

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