Season 3 Of ‘NFL Icons’ Premieres October 21st On MGM+

MGM+ just announced season 3 of “NFL Icons”, which will premiere on October 21st at 10 pm ET/PT with hour long episodes about some of the greatest legends and contributors to NFL history. The episodes will also feature on how that player’s career came to fruition and why their legacy still remains to this day.

The season will highlight NFL Hall of Famers Jim Brown, Charles Woodson, Bill Cowher, and Mike Singletary. There will be never-before-seen footage of the players impacting their games and the sport itself, where the show will be narrated by award-winning broadcaster, Rich Eisen.

Here are the synopses for the four episodes:

Episode 301 – “NFL Icons: Jim Brown” – premieres October 21. The epic life of an American giant of athletics, acting, and activism, whose groundbreaking story winds from a childhood in rural Georgia, to a four-sport career at Syracuse University, to an NFL Championship-winning career with the Cleveland Browns. Brown was perhaps the league’s greatest running back before he helped transform Hollywood and played a highly visible role in the Civil Rights Movement.

Episode 302 – “NFL Icons: Charles Woodson” – premieres October 28. Woodson, a Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packer, legendary Oakland Raider, Ohio Mr. Football, Pro Football Hall of Famer, and Heisman Trophy winner at the University of Michigan, recounts his singular journey across the football landscape. Woodson, who played 154 games as a Raider, and 100 as a Packer, is now with FOX Sports.

Episode 303 – “NFL Icons: Bill Cowher” – premieres November 4. A Pittsburgh native who rose to become the head coach of his cherished hometown team, and the youngest head coach in NFL history to lead his team to the Super Bowl, Cowher also led the Steelers on one of history’s greatest playoff runs to capture their fifth Lombardi Trophy. He is currently a studio analyst for The NFL Today on CBS.

Episode 304 – “NFL Icons: Mike Singletary” – premieres November 11. The Hall of Fame middle linebacker and Super Bowl champion was the heart of arguably history’s greatest and most-feared defense, the fearsome 1985 Chicago Bears. Singletary has coached at all levels of football, including stints with the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers.