CBS Sports today announced their announcer line up for the 2023 NFL season, which will culminate in Super Bowl LVIII on CBS.
Jim Nantz, Tony Romo and Tracy Wolfson will return for their seventh season together, calling CBS Sports’ marquee game each week, including the network’s Thanksgiving and Christmas games, the AFC Playoffs and the AFC Championship Game.
The trio will also call their third Super Bowl together on Sunday 11th February 2024.
Tiki Barber in his fifth season with CBS will have an expanded role with a full schedule of NFL ON CBS games, working alongside Andrew Catalon, 2016 NFL Most Valuable Player Matt Ryan and reporter AJ Ross.
Chris Lewis will call NFL ON CBS games for the first time, partnering with Super Bowl LIII champion Jason McCourty and Ross Tucker, who is in his first year as an NFL ON CBS analyst.
Tiffany Blackmon, Amanda Guerra and Justin Walters will join CBS for select games throughout the season.
Beth Mowins will call select games, while Amanda Renner and Aditi Kinkhabwala return as game reporters.
Gene Steratore enters his sixth year as NFL Rules Analyst for the network.
Three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year J.J. Watt will make appearances on The NFL Today throughout the season.