Brian Griese joined ESPN in 2009 as a college football analyst. He currently teams with play-by-play commentator Steve Levy and field analyst Todd McShay on an ABC or ESPN Saturday afternoon game.
Griese is also in his third year as a radio color commentator with partner Dave Logna for KOA’s (AM) coverage of the Denver Broncos.
Drafted by the Denver Broncos in the third round of the 1998 NFL Draft, Griese’s NFL career spanned 11 years from 1998-2009. He also played for the Miami Dolphins, Chicago Bears and ended his career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. An AFC Pro Bowl selection with the Broncos in 2000, Griese earned a Super Bowl ring with the team in Super Bowl XXXIII. He holds the single-season passer rating records for both Denver and Tampa Bay, and won the NFL passing title in 2000 with a QB rating of 102.9. Brian and his father Bob Griese are the only father/son quarterback combination in NFL history to both win Super Bowl titles. The elder Griese won back-to-back titles with Miami in Super Bowls VII & VIII.
Griese played quarterback for the University of Michigan, and helped lead the Wolverines in his senior season to an undefeated record and a share of the national championship. He was selected as the MVP of the Rose Bowl, passing for 251 years and three touchdowns in the win over Washington State.
A native of Miami, Fla., Griese graduated from Michigan in 1997 with a bachelor’s degree in political science.
Griese is founder and board president of Judi’s House, a children’s grief support center in Denver, Colo., named in honor of his mother Judi, who succumbed to breast cancer when he was 12. Approaching its 10-year anniversary, to date, Judi’s House has helped more than 4,500 youth and their adult caregivers cope with overwhelming feelings of grief.
He co-authored the book Undefeated with his father Bob, a Hall of Fame quarterback, which was published in 2000, about their lives through their undefeated seasons and living through the breast cancer illness and death of Judi.