Richard Eisen – born June 24, 1969 – is an American television journalist for NFL Network and a TV/radio host for DirecTV, Fox Sports Radio, Sirius XM and NFL Now.
Before working for the NFL Network, he worked for ESPN. He was part of a duo with Stuart Scott, and became well known for his humor, most notably his impressions of Atlanta Braves broadcaster Skip Caray and provided interviews during the Home Run Derby.
Rich Eisen was the first on-air talent added to the NFL Network roster in June 2003. Eisen is the face of the 24-hour, seven-day-a-week cable and satellite channel dedicated to football that debuted in November 2003.
He was the main host of the show, NFL Total Access, the network flagship program, until August 2011. Eisen signed a new long-term deal with NFL Network in 2010 and became the new host of NFL GameDay Morning, the first pregame show on the NFL Network.
In 2014, he had a small cameo in the film Draft Day. Plus, he’s part of the “Face of the Franchise” story mode on Madden 21.
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