ESPN's "Monday Night Football" will become part of the Rolling Stones' 50th anniversary celebration this year. The sporstcast has licensed 16 of the group's songs -- including "It's Only Rock 'N Roll," "One Hit (To The Body)," "Hot Stuff" and more -- which will provide the musical bed for highlights packages from "Monday Night Football's" history. The packages will be aired during the weekly "Monday Night Countdown" pre-game show, as well as on promotional spots for each week's game and on a post-game highlights for ESPN's SportsCenter. The Stones established a relationship with the National Football League in 2006, when it played during halftime of Super Bowl XL in Detroit. The football tie-in joins other Stones' 50th anniversary activities, including the October publication of the "Rolling Stones 50" coffee table book in the U.S., the November 13 release of the compilation "GRRR!" (which features two brand new songs), the November 15 premiere of the "Crossfire Hurricane" documentary on HBO and four rumored concerts, two each in Brooklyn and London. The first "Monday Night Football" game is on September 10.