The latest major change comes from ESPN’s NFL coverage, as they have revealed their number two broadcast team heading into the 2023 season. And it’s a familiar group, as you’ll probably notice.
Headlining the trio is popular college football play-by-play voice, Chris Fowler. And he’ll be joined by two of the color commentary voices from last year’s no. 2 team at ESPN, Dan Orlovsky and Louis Reddick. Both men were previously accompanied by Steve Levy in the booth during the 2022 NFL season.
The three of them (along with Laura Rutledge) are scheduled to call five NFL games this season, beginning in weeks 2 and 3, when ESPN will air two Monday Night Football games. They’ll also call a week 4, Sunday morning game from London for ESPN+. And finally, we’ll see them on Monday night in week 14, and Saturday night in week 18, as ESPN and ABC will team up to air two games on each of those nights.
Fowler will be a busy man this season, as he’ll still be the voice of ABC’s college football coverage on Saturday nights, alongside Kirk Herbstreit. And he’ll also call the College Football Playoff National Championship Game in January.
The announcement from ESPN seems to have been greeted with open arms from fans, as Fowler has always been a highly-respected voice in the sports world. And it’s not his first dive into the NFL world. Fowler has called two NFL games in the past. And he’s said to be looking forward to adding more to his resume in the future.
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