Tune into the Madden NFL 25 Skills Challenge

Posted November 15th at 12:00am.

Fans are encouraged to tune into the encore presentation of the Madden NFL 25 Skills Challenge Powered by Gamestop on Tuesday, November 19, at 7 p.m. EST on ESPN.

The event took place aboard the USS Midway Museum, a retired US Navy aircraft carrier docked in San Diego, and featured NFL Hall of Famers such as Dan Marino, Deion Sanders, Jerry Rice, Troy Aikman, competing in a series of physical challenges.

The participants competed in five different events testing all facets of their game, proving who’s the strongest, which player has the best hands and who has the speed and elusiveness to best the Under Armour Obstacle Course.

As a part of the NFL Salute to Service month, each team of legends hosted a Navy sailor as an honorary teammate. Fans in attendance were also rewarded, taking home a copy of Madden NFL 25 on Xbox One, giving them their first taste of next-gen gaming.

Pick up your copy of Madden NFL 25 on Xbox One on Tuesday, November 19, and set your DVRs for the encore presentation of the Madden NFL 25 Skills Challenge Powered by Gamestop, which airs Tuesday, November 19, at 7 p.m. EST on ESPN.

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