Late-Night Fixture to Host Super Bowl Eve Ceremony

Jan 15, 2016  •  Post A Comment

A high-profile ceremony set to air the night before the Super Bowl will be hosted by late-night fixture Conan O’Brien. The NFL announced that the Emmy winner will host the “NFL Honors,” which will air Feb. 6 on CBS (9 p.m. ET/PT).

The two-hour ceremony, which takes place at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, recognizes the NFL’s top players, performances and plays from the 2015 season. The new Pro Football Hall of Fame class will be unveiled, along with the annual Associated Press accolades, including MVP and Coach of the Year.

The NFL honors air annually from the Super Bowl’s host city. Alec Baldwin and Seth Meyers are among the previous hosts for the event, which bowed in 2012 in Indianapolis.

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