Fox Sports have today confirmed their line up for the 2020 National Football League season.
Leading the way in the booth is the NFL’s longest-tenured on-air duo, play-by-play announcer Joe Buck and Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman, back for their 19th consecutive season together. Erin Andrews again joins the lead team in her eighth season of reporting.
Former NFL Vice President of Officiating Mike Pereira serves as rules analyst throughout the season.
Kristina Pink will join the team on the Thursday Night Football.
Kevin Burkhardt has a new teammate for 2020 in veteran FOX NFL analyst, three-time Super Bowl champ and two-time Pro Bowler Daryl “Moose” Johnston. Pam Oliver, the longest-tenured NFL reporter, handles reporting duties for the crew in her 26th season of FOX NFL coverage.
Adam Amin, teams with three-time Super Bowl champion Mark Schlereth. Lindsay Czarniak joins the duo with reporting duties.
Kenny Albert, entering his 27th season of FOX NFL coverage, welcomes FOX newcomer Jonathan Vilma. Shannon Spake has reporting duties.
Kevin Kugler handles play-by-play duties alongside analyst Chris Spielman, joined by reporter Laura Okmin.
Chris Myers welcomes analysts Greg Jennings, Super Bowl champ and two-time Pro Bowler, and former NFL quarterback Brock Huard to the FOX NFL booth this season with reporter Jennifer Hale.
Additional Play-by-Play Announcers:
Dick Stockton, Tim Brando, Joe Davis and Brandon Gaudin
Brady Quinn, Matt Millen and Robert Smith
Sara Walsh, Megan Olivi and Sarah Kustok
FOX NFL rules analyst and former NFL Vice President of Officiating Dean Blandino joins on-air crews throughout the season.
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