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April 13, 2009 at 05:09pm ET

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This was sent over to me earlier today for anyone who would like to attend:


From the Patriots PR Department:

NFL Network will be live on site at CBS Scene

CBS Scene will give away two tickets to the Patriots’ Monday Night Football home opener

Foxborough, Mass. – On Tuesday, April 14 at 7:00 p.m., the NFL schedule will be released in primetime for the first time. The entire 2009 NFL schedule will be announced and analyzed during a two-hour primetime special on the NFL Network, and CBS Scene at Patriot Place is hosting a schedule release event for Patriots fans.

The NFL Network’s Kara Henderson will be at CBS Scene live during the schedule release show to get reaction from Patriots fans as New England’s 2009 schedule is revealed. Patriots fans are encouraged to attend the party in their Patriots gear and appear live on the NFL Network.
CBS Scene will also give away two tickets to the Patriots’ home opener at Gillette Stadium, already known to be a Monday Night Football tilt against Terrell Owens and the Buffalo Bills. The game will be the first of three American Football League (AFL) Legacy Weekends for the Patriots, featuring a clash between two of the original eight AFL teams in their 50th anniversary season. The Patriots will debut new throwback uniforms that night, wearing uniforms replicating the franchise’s first division champions from 1963.

CBS Scene is the best venue in New England to catch all the big games and sporting events. In addition to more than 130 high definition television screens, the third-floor bar features a 36-foot wrap-around high definition panoramic screen, and the third-floor terrace features a view into Gillette Stadium and a 36-by-17-foot digital outdoor display. In addition to the NFL Network coverage of the league’s announcement of the 2009 schedule, CBS Scene will also be the place fans will want to gather to watch Tuesday night’s Celtics game in Philadelphia.