"Hundreds of hours of material will be filmed, screened, and edited to produce what will no doubt be seven compelling hours of programming for football fans...
Among those seen in the trailer are Jerry West, Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Shaquille O'Neal, Dwyane Wade, and Michael Wilbon.
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Episodes will feature unseen video and audio from the Patriots' archives, with plenty of interviews with current and former players.
“I don’t want to talk about her," Taylor said about Rachel Nichols.
'They Call Me Magic' premieres April 22 on Apple's streaming platform.
Kaepernick is partnering with former ESPN television personality Jemele Hill, who is also a producer on the project.
ESPN announced on Tuesday a four-part 30 for 30 docu-series titled "Once Upon a Time in Queens" detailing the 1986 New York Mets.