New NFL Broadcasters
In one of the splashiest broadcasting changes this season, Jaworski replaces Joe Theismann on ESPN's Monday Night Football. A football wonk with a propensity to explain complex terminology in laymen's terms, he joins Mike Tirico and Tony Kornheiser.
Just give him the damn mic. Johnson retired last May to take a job in the studio for ESPN. He will appear on several ESPN telecasts, including pre-game shows on Sundays (Sunday NFL Countdown) and Monday nights (Monday Night Countdown).
With Fox's NFL Sunday pregame show returning to its LA studio, Barbarie has been brought back to forecast gametime weather conditions.
The two-time Super Bowl-winning coach will work from the network's Bristol studios on ESPN's Monday Night Countdown.
The former Cowboy great dances into the ESPN studio for both Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown.
Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic
The radio duo from the Mike & Mike in the Morning show will call the second game (Cardinals at Niners) of ESPN's national doubleheader on Sept. 10. The duo, fresh off calling the Arena Football League this season, will be joined by Mike Ditka in the booth.
An outspoken player during his 10-year career with the Giants, Barber joins NBC as an analyst for Football Night in America.
With an eye toward changing the mix of its Football Night in America pregame show, NBC brought in the longtime sportscaster and host of MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann. He'll nominate a Worst Person in the NFL each week.
The stern-jawed former coach of the Steelers signed a two-year contract to work on CBS' The NFL Today pregame show.
The flamboyant Switzer, who won three national championships at Oklahoma (1974, `75 and `85) and coached the Cowboys to a Super Bowl XXX win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, will debate football issues with Jimmie Johnson in a Coaches Corner segment on FOX's NFL pregame show.
One of the great offensive linemen of the 1990s --he was a five-time Pro Bowler with the Jaguars -- Boselli will work a handful of games for Fox Sports as an analyst. Early in the season, he and former player Ron Pitts will form an on-air team.
In a move that will be watched closely by fans and sports media critics, Menefee has been named the permanent anchor of Fox's NFL on Sunday pregame show. Last year the network shuttled between Menefee and Joe Buck, an unsuccessful and disjointed solution to the loss of James Brown.