NFL Network show crashed by loud Beagle

NFL Network show Beagle Molly (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
NFL Network show Beagle Molly (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images) /

An NFL Network show was crashed by a very loud Beagle.

An NFL Network show was crashed by a very loud Beagle named Molly recently.

She belongs to NFL Network analyst Ian Rapaport, who has been with the network since 2012 after serving as a beat writer for the Jackson Clarion-Ledger, Birmingham News and Boston Herald, covering the Mississippi State BulldogsAlabama Crimson Tide and New England Patriots, respectively.

Molly crashed her dad’s appearance on NFL Now, and so had to pay the penalty of appearing in a live shot without advance preparation. But she got lots of attention and her ears were scratched, so this seems like a no-lose situation from her point of view, honestly.

Rapaport shared the clip on his Twitter early Thursday afternoon on June 25.

Molly was adopted as a rescue dog during the family’s days in Mississippi, and is “the loudest dog ever who never stops barking,” according to Rapaport. Her sibling Biscuit was hiding elsewhere in the house, being camera-shy.

Beagles can be great football dogs, and since there’s nothing else to do right now, why shouldn’t Molly share her opinions?

This also happened earlier in January on a TSN hockey pregame show when an anchor brought her Bulldog onto the set for the day.

It remains to be seen whether the 2020 NFL season will actually happen, though for the moment everyone involved is proceeding as if it will take place. Several rows will be covered by ad banners, according to NBC Sports’ Pro Football Talk blog, and the tradition preseason-kickoff Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio, has been canceled.

The 2020 Hall of Fame Game would taken place on Thursday, August 6, and would have pitted the Dallas Cowboys against the Pittsburgh Steelers in a rematch of Super Bowls X, XIII and XXX (Super Bowl 10, Super Bowl 13 and Super Bowl 30 if Roman numerals are hard to translate).

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While you could watch the NFL Network for the latest developments, not everyone has that channel available, so a better choice would be reading our FanSided Network sister site NFL Spin Zone, or the site dedicated to your favorite NFL team, as the situation progresses.