Brock Anthony Huard – born April 15, 1976 – is a former American football quarterback in the National Football League (NFL).
His older brother Damon also played quarterback at the University of Washington and had a career in the NFL.
Younger brother Luke played at North Carolina and pursued a coaching career.
In 2019, Huard was named to the No. 2 team for Fox College Football, joining Joe Davis for games in the Pac-12, Big Ten, and Big 12.[
He has had jobs announcing for ESPN Pop Warner football specials live from Disney’s Wide World of Sports.
In 2020 he joined Fox Sports to call NFL games alongside Chris Myers.
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