Chris Berman and ESPN will welcome NFL legends to Monday Night Countdown throughout the 2016 NFL season. Mike Ditka will be the first guest this week.
ESPN’s 2016 season-opening Monday Night Football doubleheader features a matchup of 2015 playoff teams – Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers against Kirk Cousins and the defending NFC East champion Washington Redskins — followed by the new Los Angeles Rams against the San Francisco 49ers.
ESPN’s Monday Night Football will feature a new Hollywood-themed open each week of the 2016 season. The 90-second open includes ESPN’s new MNF broadcast team – Sean McDonough, Jon Gruden and reporter Lisa Salters – and more than 20 current NFL stars and Pro Football Hall of Famers walking along a red carpet entrance lined by cheering fans and photographers taking their pictures.
Keyshawn Johnson has a new multi-faceted role on ESPN and ESPN Radio. He will work as a Los Angeles-based NFL analyst and become a regular daily host for ESPNLA 710 AM, ESPN’s owned radio station in Los Angeles.
Conference call transcript of ESPN’s Monday Night Football conference call with producer Jay Rothman and commentators Sean McDonough, Jon Gruden and Lisa Salters to discuss the 2016 NFL season.
Four-Time NBA MVP Discusses His Foundation, ESPYs Speech, Basketball and More Debuts Thursday on ABC’s GMA, Extended Conversation on ESPN’s Weekend Editions of SportsCenter Nichols Q&A via ESPN Front Row ESPN host Rachel Nichols conducted a rare one-on-one interview this week with three-time NBA champion and four-time league MVP LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers … Read More
NFL analyst Tom Jackson has made the decision to retire from broadcasting, concluding a remarkable 29-year career at ESPN. One of ESPN’s first NFL analysts, Jackson joined ESPN in 1987. He will work his final assignment this week (Aug. 6-7) at Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement weekend in Canton, Ohio.
ESPN and The Basketball Tournament (TBT) have announced the broadcast teams for the quarterfinals, semifinals and final of the $2 million winner-take-all event.
Former Detroit Lions All-Pro Calvin Johnson Discusses Retirement, Concussions and More with ESPN’s Michael Smith on New E:60
E:60 Calvin Johnson Trailer In-Depth Calvin Johnson Profile Debuts Thursday at 10 p.m. ET Preview Airs Tonight on 6 p.m. ET SportsCenter Former Detroit Lions All-Pro wide receiver Calvin Johnson, who retired from the NFL in March seemingly at the top of his game, sat for a rare one-on-one interview with ESPN’s Michael Smith last … Read More
Photos via ESPN Images ESPN’s SportsCenter Special with the 2016 Pro Football Hall of Famer Debuts July 21 It is now an annual tradition for the NFL Draft’s top quarterback prospects to visit Jon Gruden’s QB Camp. This summer, ESPN’s Super Bowl-winning coach welcomes his first Pro Football Hall of Famer as Green Bay Packers … Read More
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