Former Green Bay Packers and University of Wisconsin-Green Bay cheerleader Kaitlyn Collins will appear on Monday's episode of NBC's Today show, according to Jeff Ash of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
— Jeff Ash (@JeffAshPG) February 10, 2013
Presumably, Collins will discuss the topic of "cyberbullying" after the recent attention she's received since being the subject of ridicule on a Chicago Bears fan Facebook page. No specific time has been indicated for Collins' appearance, but the Today show airs from 7:00 to 11:00 a.m. Central time nationally, check local listings.
Opposite the Today show, ABC's Good Morning America will feature recently retired Packers player Donald Driver, the former wide receiver tweeted.
Heading to NYC to join my friends at @gma for tomorrow's show! I'll be on at 8:00am eastern, make sure you watch!
— Donald Driver (@Donald_Driver80) February 10, 2013
Finally, Packers center Jeff Saturday, who said he would retire following the Pro Bowl, will make making a pair of appearances on the ESPN family of networks on Monday.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports, "Saturday’s anticipated schedule at the studios in Bristol, Conn.: 3 p.m. Monday “NFL Live” (ESPN); 4 p.m. Monday “NFL32” (ESPN2)."