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    ESPN broadcast two NFL matches at the same time on Monday night - and not everyone was behind it. The Monday Night Football double header started in Buffalo and ended in Philadelphia in week two. 2ESPN kept showing split screens on their Monday Night Football coverage 2And their coverage also featured scoreboards on the top left Buffalo Bills took on Tennessee Titans before Philadelphia Eagles faced Minnesota Vikings. But, unlike in years gone past, the Monday Night Football double bill overlapped. Previous editions have seen one game kick off at 7pm ET with the second not starting until gone 10pm ET. But, on this occasion, the second game began around 8.30pm ET. Read More Sport StoriesBREAK THE HUDDLE New details on Brady's 11-day break with Gisele joining him on vacationOVER THE POND GMFB reveal major set location change with NFL Network show on the road That meant the games overlapped, and ESPN's coverage caused a bit of a stir. The sports broadcasters decided to split screen in action from the other game. And they also added a scoreboard to the...
    It’s been two months since Joe Buck jumped from Fox to ESPN. It wasn’t until Monday that the gravity of moving into the “Monday Night Football” booth hit him. Buck and Troy Aikman made their first trips to ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, to meet with executives and future co-workers who are preparing for the upcoming season. “It literally dropped out of the sky. The more I get around it, Troy and I were just blown away. We were in a conference room an hour ago with 20-plus people from all different parts of the support staff for ‘Monday Night Football,’ and it was overwhelming. I actually got emotional talking about it,” Buck said Monday in his first comments since ESPN signed him and Aikman in March. Aikman had considered pairing Thursday night games on Amazon with a reduced Fox schedule that would allow him to keep working the playoffs and Super Bowl. As trying to put that together became more challenging, ESPN started talking to the Hall of Fame quarterback about moving into the Monday night booth. Aikman said...
    BRISTOL, Connecticut -- Joe Buck and Troy Aikman, who have teamed together for 20 NFL seasons in the broadcast booth, have signed multiyear agreements to join ESPN as the new voices for Monday Night Football, it was announced Wednesday.The duo, who both have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, will also contribute content to ESPN+. ESPN signs legendary #NFL duo Joe @Buck & @TroyAikman to multi-year agreementsThe veteran broadcasters will become the new voices of @ESPNNFLs Monday Night FootballMore: https://t.co/YH2vEdIOVB | #MNF pic.twitter.com/7wxPU60Z3p— ESPN PR (@ESPNPR) March 16, 2022"When you have the opportunity to bring in the iconic, longest-running NFL broadcasting duo, you take it, especially at a time when we are on the cusp of a new era in our expanding relationship with the NFL," said Jimmy Pitaro, Chairman, ESPN and Sports Content. "The NFL continues to ascend, and we now have more games than ever before, providing additional opportunities for Joe, Troy and our deep roster of commentators."In 2022, Buck and Aikman will match the legendary broadcasting duo of Pat Summerall and John Madden with...
    Peyton Manning fell victim to the dreaded hot mic moment during ESPN’s alternate broadcast of the NFC Wild Card game matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals Monday night. Shortly after Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford found Odell Beckham Jr. for the game’s first touchdown, Eli Manning tossed it to his older brother for analysis on the score. “I can’t hear sh*t,” Peyton Manning quickly uttered. The younger Manning quickly tried to cover for his brother’s gaffe, “Never mind. Peyton’s, Peyton’s doing something else,” the former New York Giants quarterback hilariously added. Usually, the Manning brothers get their guests to drop NSFW language during ESPN’s alternate broadcast of Monday Night Football. Marshawn Lynch infamously let the expletives fly during his appearance on the ManningCast earlier this season. Eli Manning also had his own run in with the FCC when he hit America with two middle fingers. Monday night was Peyton’s turn for ESPN. Although the Disney-owned sports network prefers to keep a family friendly atmosphere, the accidental S-bomb was rather harmless. The NFC Wild Card game was the final...
    Dancing With the Stars Eliminates Its First Celeb Amid Cheryl Burkes COVID-19 Diagnosis 9 Bills You Should Never Put on Autopay Only in rare instances will ESPN green-light a new show that has not been solidified. Yet that's what the network did when it announced in July that its  “Manningcast” featuring brothers Peyton and Eli Manning would be a secondary broadcast on "Monday Night Football" this season.  LockerGate: Did the Patriots really bug Peyton Manning’s locker? USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Week 3 Start Em or Sit Em: Wide Receivers Sports Illustrated Week 3 Start Em or Sit Em: Tight Ends Sports Illustrated "Aaron Rodgers did exactly what we expected" — Shannon Sharpe on Packers win over Lions I UNDISPUTED FOXSports Marcellus Wiley breaks down why the Rams are the biggest threat to the Bucs in the NFC I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF FOXSports Every Emmanuel Sanders catch from 2-TD game Week 3 NFL Derrick Henrys best plays from 144-yard...
    NEW YORK -- Get ready for the biggest season ever!The first Monday Night Football game of the NFL's 2021 season kicks off on Sept. 13 with a terrific matchup as the Las Vegas Raiders host the Baltimore Ravens. This was announced exclusively on "Good Morning America" Wednesday morning. EXCLUSIVE ANNOUNCEMENT: Monday Night Football’s week 1 matchup will be the #Ravens vs the #Raiders! @[email protected]@NFL https://t.co/Ri3iILSj2X pic.twitter.com/bkUSdUqFm2— Good Morning America (@GMA) May 12, 2021The Ravens have been a playoff team in each season since they drafted quarterback Lamar Jackson in 2018. The Raiders, meanwhile, are hoping to make the playoffs for the first time in coach Jon Gruden's four-year tenure. The matchup is expected to mark the first regular-season game with fans in attendance at Allegiant Stadium, which opened in 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic.The full 2021 NFL schedule will be released Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT/5 p.m. PT on ESPN2, ESPN+ and NFL Network.Don't miss the first look at the entire 17-game regular-season schedule and an in-depth analysis of every team and division.Also starting at 8 p.m. ET,...
    Gun-toting U.S. Representative Boebert aims to pack more than her lunch on D.C. streets Alexa: Tips and tricks to master the Amazon assistant ESPNs Dan Le Batard signs off with emotional farewell, promise to fans For most, Monday marked the first day back from a long holiday vacation. For ESPN personality Dan Le Batard, it marked the end of a decades-long era. Le Batard signed off ESPN for the final time, saying goodbye his radio show, “The Dan LeBatard Show with Stugotz,” and the televised “Highly Questionable.” He delivered an emotional send-off for TV peppered with clips from past episodes and endearing words for his father, co-host Gonzalo “Papi” Le Betard. Le Batard gives emotional farewell to ESPN Le Batard and ESPN announced last month they had mutually agreed to part ways after eight years together. The radio show stared locally in Miami in 2004, while he was a contributor on ESPN, and was picked up by ESPN in 2013. “Highly Questionable began airing in 2011. “It isn’t quite the glamorous, criss-crossing, spotlight, show business ending I imagined...
    A magical moment: First COVID-19 vaccinations raise hopes on historic day marked by another grim milestone ICU nurse in Queens is first New Yorker to receive COVID vaccine After vowing to avoid media this season, Nets star Kyrie Irving met with reporters on Monday Kyrie Irving’s media boycott, it seems, is already over. The Brooklyn Nets star — who issued several statements and went on Instagram Live in lieu of meeting with reporters earlier this month, which resulted in the league fining him and the team $25,000 — finally met with the media on Monday morning.  The purpose to his “boycott,” apparently, was because he wanted to focus only on the game. “The focus is on what’s going on in here,” Irving said, via ESPN. “And I wanted to make sure that was clear, no distractions, nothing about dispelling anything, nothing about going back and forth.” Kyrie Irving fined, called media ‘pawns’Irving issued a statement earlier this month instead of speaking with reporters, so that he can “ensure that my message is conveyed properly.” His plan, apparently, was to...
    It’s hard for Gardner Minshew to bring the magic from the sideline. The Jaguars’ second-year quarterback was cleared to return from a thumb injury in late November, but Jacksonville (1-11) hasn’t returned the starting role to Minshew. Instead, Mike Glennon has started the Jags’ past two games, nearly leading them to an overtime upset of the Vikings. Jacksonville coach Doug Marrone already announced that Glennon would remain the starter in Week 14 against the Titans. “It’s so frustrating,” Minshew told ESPN on Monday. “I pretty much went and begged before the Cleveland game to be able to play. It sucks, you know, There’s no way around it.” MORE: Watch Ron Rivera’s epic postgame speech after Washington upset Pittsburgh Minshew had been dealing with multiple fractures and a strained ligament in his right thumb since Week 5, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported, but Jacksonville didn’t realize it until after Week 7. The Jags turned first to rookie Jake Luton before the veteran Glennon nabbed the past two starts. While Minshew had drawn rave reviews as a sixth-round rookie for his exciting play and...
    Patrick Mahomes‘ mother, Randi, is not at all pleased with the way ESPN’s Monday Night Football (MNF) crew referred to her son, Yahoo Sports reported. During the broadcast of Monday night’s contest, during which Mahomes led his Kansas City Chiefs to a 34-20 victory over the Baltimore Ravens, Randi apparently noticed that one or more of the announcers was calling her son “Pat” She was having none of it. “If this announcer doesn’t stop calling my son Pat.. ugh i may scream… lol #help,” she tweeted, tagging both the @ESPN and @ESPNNFL accounts. She didn’t name names, so Yahoo Sports writer Jason Owens “went to the tape,” as the saying goes, and found at least one offending incident. Specifically, it was during the second quarter, when Mahomes threw a 49-yard touchdown bomb to Mecole Hardman, after which analyst Louis Riddick uttered the word “Pat.” Riddick later owned up to his mistake, when word of the tweet reached the ESPN booth. “Guilty, guilty, guilty. I apologize, Patrick,” he said while chuckling. So why is Mahomes’ mother upset over a seemingly-minor mistake?...
    ESPN had a guy on a contraption zooming up and down the sidelines. It prepared a $140 million offer for Tony Romo. It went after seemingly every quarterback outside of Bubby Brister to be a “Monday Night Football” analyst. But, finally — Hallelujah! — it figured out something that is so simple: It is about the game. That’s the star. Always has been. Always will be. “Monday Night Football” has been downgraded a bit by the NFL schedule-makers, causing ESPN to overcompensate. The Booger Mobile felt like a mid-life crisis type of decision, trying to gain attention as you bald. The idea of bringing in Romo, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and Al Michaels all had validity. But, for various reasons, all failed. So ESPN ended up with a “Fine, you take it” MNF booth of Steve Levy, Brian Griese and Louis Riddick. Two games down, Levy, Griese and Riddick are an upgrade over Joe Tessitore and Booger McFarland. As compliments go, this is not the greatest one. But it is something. The new trio is not perfect. They are not...
    ESPN had a guy on a contraption zooming up and down the sidelines. It prepared a $140 million offer for Tony Romo. It went after seemingly every quarterback outside of Bubby Brister to be a “Monday Night Football” analyst. But, finally — Hallelujah! — it figured out something that is so simple: It is about the game. That’s the star. Always has been. Always will be. “Monday Night Football” has been downgraded a bit by the NFL schedule-makers, causing ESPN to overcompensate. The Booger Mobile felt like a mid-life crisis type of decision, trying to gain attention as you bald. The idea of bringing in Romo, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and Al Michaels all had validity. But, for various reasons, all failed. So ESPN ended up with a “Fine, you take it” MNF booth of Steve Levy, Brian Griese and Louis Riddick. Two games down, Levy, Griese and Riddick are an upgrade over Joe Tessitore and Booger McFarland. As compliments go, this is not the greatest one. But it is something. The new trio is not perfect. They are not...
    With the potential of Saturday NFL games in the event of college football being totally canceled, ESPN’s current plan is to stick with its newly created, but yet to be announced “Monday Night Football” team of Steve Levy, Brian Griese and Louis Riddick, The Post has learned. That doesn’t mean that its No. 1 college football broadcast team of Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit won’t do multiple NFL games. As The Post first reported in late April, the NFL gave itself flexibility to move games to Saturday if college football does not play due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If this were to happen, then ESPN/ABC would try to land Saturday games. Fowler and Herbstreit would be in line to call those telecasts. The duo is already expected to be on the Giants-Steelers “Monday Night” opener on Sept. 14. Levy, Riddick and Griese will handle the second game of that night’s doubleheader between the Titans and Broncos. With ESPN yet to make the Levy-Griese-Riddick team official, it could change course, but sources said it has no plans to do that, regardless...
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