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What Happened To Al Michaels On Sunday Night Football? So what happened to Al Michaels on Sunday Night Football? The television sportscaster will be replaced by Mike Tirico for four NFL games NBC will broadcast this season. At 72-years-old Michaels most likely wasn't interested in covering additional games this season. NBC added five Thursday night games in February leading to Michaels' schedule changes. NBC acquired the games in a 10-game deal which also involves Twitter. The social…

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Kevin Harlan's Play-By-Play Radio Call Of The MNF Idiot On The Field Is An All-Timer

The Idiot On The Field during tonight’s Monday Night Football game didn’t get much TV airtime, but Westwood One radio announcer Kevin Harlan gave the incident a treatment you absolutely MUST hear.

Harbaugh: Heaven Has Another Angel... Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh spoke for the U-M family Monday night during his radio show when he offered his heartfelt condolences ... click to read the article on


NFL radio announcer Kevin Harlan narrates a streaker running on the field Love #sport follow #sports on @cutephonecases

Panasonic RF-888 PSB/AM/FM Radio. I got mine for Christmas in the early '70's when I was 13. Loved all the buttons and features and it had public service band. I could listen to Monday night football after I had to go to bed. I still have this and it works great and looks great.

Norman Julius "Boomer" Esiason, born April 17, 1961, in West Islip and raised in East Islip, Long Island, New York, is a retired American football quarterback and current network color commentator. He played for the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals, New York Jets, and Arizona Cardinals before working as an analyst for ABC and HBO. Currently an analyst for CBS Sports primarily on The NFL Today, and morning co-host on New York radio station WFAN and Monday Night Football analyst for Westwood One.


Happy Birthday: Tony Kornheiser July 13, 1948 - Anthony Irwin "Tony" Kornheiser is an American sportswriter and former columnist for The Washington Post, as well as a radio and television talk show host. Kornheiser has hosted The Tony Kornheiser Show on radio in various forms since 1992, co-hosted Pardon the Interruption on ESPN since 2001 with Michael Wilbon, and served as an analyst for ESPN's Monday Night Football from 2006-2008.…