FOX NFL broadcast teams announced for 2015 Season

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The NFL on FOX today announced its game broadcast teams for the 2015 National Football League season

The revamped lineup includes longstanding partnerships, former partners reunited, a mix of new voices and established personalities joining new teams.

Joe Buck and Troy Aikman return as lead team for league-leading 14th season with Erin Andrews on the sideline, while Kenny Albert and Daryl Johnston team with sideline reporter Laura Okmin.

Thom Brennaman will reunite with analyst Charles Davis. Davis receives his first full slate of NFL games after serving as the network’s lead college football analyst from 2007 to 2014.

The tandem previously teamed up to call more than 30 college football contests for FOX and Big Ten Network from 2007 to 2010, including all three BCS National Championship Games between 2007 and 2009.

2015 FOX NFL Broadcast Teams

  1. Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Erin Andrews

  2. Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch and Pam Oliver

  3. Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and Laura Okmin

  4. Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis and Tony Siragusa

  5. Chris Myers, Ronde Barber and Jennifer Hale

  6. Dick Stockton, David Diehl and Kristina Pink

  7. Sam Rosen, (rotating analysts) Chris Cooley/Matt Millen/Kirk Morrison/Brady Quinn, (rotating reporters) Peter Schrager/Holly Sonders/Danielle Trotta

Posted on Wednesday 12 August 2015
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