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List of current NFL broadcasters

This is a list of current (entering the 2014 season) NFL broadcasters for each team's radio broadcast and televised pre-season games. All regular-season and post-season games are shown in the U.S. on one of five networks: CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN, or NFL Network. Furthermore, the flagship television station also broadcasts all Thursday or Monday night games involving that team in the local market under the NFL's syndicated television package. Under the NFL's anti-siphoning regulation, all NFL Network and ESPN games are blacked out on the station when the local team plays, and instead the game airs on the flagship pre-season game station of the local team.

AFC

AFC East

Team Play-by-play Analyst Sideline Reporter Flagship Station(s) Number of Affiliates
Buffalo Bills John Murphy Mark Kelso Sal Capaccio WGR 21 [1]
Ray Bentley Steve Tasker Mike Catalana WKBW-TV 4 [2]
Miami Dolphins Jimmy Cefalo Bob Griese and Joe Rose Keith Sims or Kim Bokamper WINZ / WBGG-FM 20 [3]
Dick Stockton Bob Griese and Nat Moore Kim Bokamper WFOR-TV / Fox Sports Florida 3
New England Patriots Bob Socci Scott Zolak WBZ-FM 37 [4]
Dan Roche Christian Fauria Steve Burton and Matt Chatham WBZ-TV 5 [2]
New York Jets Bob Wischusen Marty Lyons Larry Hardesty WEPN-FM 7 [5]
Ian Eagle Greg Buttle Otis Livingston WCBS-TV (pre-season)
SNY (reg. season post-game)
2 [2]

AFC North

Baltimore Ravens Gerry Sandusky Stan White and Qadry Ismail WIYY-FM/
WBAL
17 [6]
WBAL-TV and Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic[7] 2 [2]
Cincinnati Bengals Dan Hoard Dave Lapham WCKY/
WEBN-FM/WLW once the Cincinnati Reds season ends
26 [8]
Brad Johansen Anthony Muñoz Mike Valpredo WKRC-TV 5 [2]
Cleveland Browns Jim Donovan (Michael Reghi fills in when Donovan does TV) Doug Dieken Nathan Zegura WKRK-FM/
WNCX-FM / WKNR
30 [9]
Kevin Harlan Solomon Wilcots Dave Chudowsky WKYC-TV and STO 3 [2]
Pittsburgh Steelers Bill Hillgrove Tunch Ilkin Craig Wolfley WDVE-FM/
WBGG
50 [10]
Bob Pompeani Edmund Nelson Jeff Verszyla KDKA-TV and Root Sports Pittsburgh 4 [2]

AFC South

Houston Texans Mark Vandermeer Andre Ware John Harris KILT AM and FM 34 [11]
Kevin Kugler Spencer Tillman Drew Doughtery KTRK-TV 10 [12]
Indianapolis Colts Bob Lamey Jim Sorgi Matt Taylor WFNI/
WLHK-FM
40 [13]
Don Fischer Barry Krauss Jeffrey Gorman WNDY-TV [14]
Jacksonville Jaguars[15][16][17] Frank Frangie Tony Boselli and Jeff Lageman Rick Ballou WJXL 18
Sam Kouvaris Mark Brunell Nikki Kimbleton WJXT-TV 10
Tennessee Titans Mike Keith Frank Wycheck Cody Allison WGFX-FM 76 [18]
Cory Curtis Eddie George Audra Martin WKRN-TV 9 [2]

AFC West

Denver Broncos Dave Logan Ed McCaffrey Alan Roach or Andy Lindahl KOA / KRFX-FM 66 [19]
Ron Zappolo John Lynch or Alfred Williams Rod Mackey KUSA-TV 10 [20]
Kansas City Chiefs Mitch Holthus Len Dawson Kendall Gammon KCFX-FM 69 [21]
Paul Burmeister Trent Green B.J. Kissel & Rachel Santschi KCTV-TV 13 [2]
Oakland Raiders Greg Papa Tom Flores;
Jim Plunkett (Preseason Games)
Lincoln Kennedy KGMZ;

KUFX (backup)

-
JT The Brick KTVU-TV (road);
KICU-TV (home delayed tape)
16 [2]
San Diego Chargers Josh Lewin Hank Bauer Mike Costa KIOZ-FM 14 [23]
Dan Fouts Billy Ray Smith KFMB-TV 7 [2]

NFC

NFC East

Team Play-by-play Analyst Sideline Reporter Flagship Station(s) Number of Affiliates
Dallas Cowboys Brad Sham Babe Laufenberg (Regular season)

Bryan Broaddus (Preseason)

Kristi Scales KRLD-FM and AM 91 [24]
Bill Jones Babe Laufenberg and Daryl Johnson Steve Dennis KTVT and Fox Sports Southwest 25 [25]
New York Giants Bob Papa Carl Banks Howard Cross WFAN AM and FM;
WCBS (AM) (backup)
13 [26]
Howard Cross and Bruce Beck WNBC (pre-season)[2]
WWOR-TV (reg. season post-game)
Philadelphia Eagles Merrill Reese Mike Quick Howard Eskin WIP-FM/
WIP
11 [27]
Scott Graham Brian Baldinger Dave Spadaro WPVI-TV 3 [2]
Washington Redskins Larry Michael Sonny Jurgensen and Chris Cooley Rick "Doc" Walker WTEM 23
Kenny Albert (primary) / Kevin Harlan (backup) Joe Theismann Ken Harvey WRC-TV and Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic 3 [2]

NFC North

Chicago Bears Jeff Joniak Tom Thayer Zach Zaidman WBBM/WCFS-FM 29 [28]
Sam Rosen Jim Miller Lou Canellis WFLD-TV 7 [2]
Detroit Lions Dan Miller Jim Brandstatter Tony Ortiz WXYT AM and FM 34 [29]
Matt Shepard Rob Rubick and Herman Moore Tom Leyden WXYZ-TV [30] 5 [31]
Green Bay Packers Wayne Larrivee Larry McCarren WTMJ (Network flagship)
WTAQ/WIXX (Green Bay primary stations)
56 [32]
Kevin Harlan Rich Gannon Rod Burks WTMJ-TV/WGBA-TV 9 [2]
Minnesota Vikings Paul Allen Pete Bercich Greg Coleman;
Ben Leber (Preseason Games)
KFXN-FM 73 [33]
KARE-TV 7 [2]

NFC South

Atlanta Falcons Wes Durham David Archer (Regular season)

Coy Wire (Preseason)

John Michaels WQXI/WSTR-FM[34] 37
Randy Waters David Archer Laura Okmin WGCL-TV[34] 6 [2]
Carolina Panthers Mick Mixon Eugene Robinson and Jim Szoke Sharon Thorsland or Greg Brannon WBT AM and FM 60 [35]
Mick Mixon Mike Rucker Kelli Bartik WCCB-TV and Time Warner Cable Sports Channel[36] 10 [2]
New Orleans Saints Jim Henderson Hokie Gajan Kristian Garic WWL 36 [37]
Joel Meyers Jon Stinchcomb and Sean Kelley Mike Nabors and John DeShazier WVUE-TV and Cox Sports Television [2]
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Gene Deckerhoff Dave Moore T.J. Rives WFUS-FM/
WDAE
22
Chris Myers Ronde Barber Dan Lucas WTSP[38] 4 [2]

NFC West

Arizona Cardinals Dave Pasch Ron Wolfley Paul Calvisi KTAR-FM and AM 13 [39]
Jody Jackson or Rich Cellini KNXV-TV
Fox Sports Arizona
2 [2]
St. Louis Rams Steve Savard D'Marco Farr Brian Stull WXOS-FM
Andrew Siciliano Marshall Faulk and Torry Holt Martin Kilcoyne KTVI-TV
Fox Sports Midwest
3 [2]
San Francisco 49ers Ted Robinson (Regular season)

Rich Cellini (Preseason Wk 1)
Bob Fitzgerald (Preseason Wks 2 & 4, Regular Season Wks 2 & 3)

Tim Ryan (Regular Season)

Keena Turner (Preseason)

Rod Brooks KSAN-FM
KNBR
23
Ted Robinson Tim Ryan Dennis O'Donnell KPIX-TV 5
Seattle Seahawks Steve Raible Warren Moon Jen Mueller KIRO AM and FM 45 [40]
Curt Menefee Brock Huard KCPQ
Root Sports Northwest
10 [2]

National broadcasters

All regular-season and playoff games, as well as some preseason games, are shown in the U.S. on one of the following five networks. Additionally, each team's preseason flagship is required to simulcast NFL Network and ESPN games.

Network Lead Play-by-play Lead Analyst Lead Sideline Reporter Notes
For a full list of current CBS announcers, see List of NFL on CBS commentator pairings Sunday afternoon AFC road games
For a full list of current Fox announcers, see List of NFL on Fox commentator pairings Sunday afternoon NFC road games
NBC Al Michaels Cris Collinsworth Michele Tafoya National Sunday night games
ESPN Mike Tirico Jon Gruden Lisa Salters National Monday night games
CBS (first half) and NFL Network (second half) Jim Nantz Phil Simms Tracy Wolfson National Thursday and Saturday night games

Notes

  1. ^ Miami Dolphins preseason games on WFOR-TV air on Fox Sports Florida outside of the Miami DMA.
  2. ^ Cleveland Browns preseason games on WKYC air on STO outside of the Cleveland DMA.

See also

References

  1. ^ Buffalo Bills Radio Network
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x "NFL Preseason affiliates". The506.com. 2010-08-07. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  3. ^ "Miami Dolphins Radio Network". Prod.www.dolphins.clubs.nfl.com. 2012-09-25. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  4. ^ "New England Patriots Radio Network". Patriots.com. 2012-09-28. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  5. ^ "New York Jets Radio Network". Newyorkjets.com. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  6. ^ "Baltimore Ravens Radio Network". Baltimoreravens.com. 2012-09-28. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  7. ^ "Baltimore Ravens 2011 Schedule". Baltimoreravens.com. 2012-09-28. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  8. ^ "Cincinnati Bengals Radio Network". Bengals.com. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  9. ^ "Cleveland Browns Radio Network". Clevelandbrowns.com. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  10. ^ "Pittsburgh Steelers Radio Network". News.steelers.com. 2012-08-25. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  11. ^ Houston Texans Radio Network
  12. ^ Andre Ware re-ups for Texans radio; Kevin Kugler to call preseason TV games
  13. ^ Indianapolis Colts Radio Network
  14. ^ "WISH-TV/WNDY-TV Release". Myndytv.com. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  15. ^ "Media Affiliates". Jacksonville Jaguars. Retrieved August 8, 2014. 
  16. ^ "TV Shows". Jacksonville Jaguars. Retrieved August 8, 2014. 
  17. ^ "Sexton joining Jaguars digital team". Jacksonville Jaguars. May 6, 2014. Retrieved August 8, 2014. 
  18. ^ Tennessee Titans Radio Network
  19. ^ "Denver Broncos Radio Network". Denverbroncos.com. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  20. ^ "Ron Zappolo to do play-by-play for Broncos preseason". KUSA. 2014-07-21. Retrieved 2014-07-21. 
  21. ^ Kansas City Chiefs Radio Network
  22. ^ "Oakland Raiders Radio Network". Raiders.com. Retrieved 2013-09-13. 
  23. ^ San Diego Chargers Radio Network
  24. ^ "Dallas Cowboys Radio Network". Cowboysplus.com. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  25. ^ Dallas Cowboys Television Network
  26. ^ New York Giants Radio Network
  27. ^ Philadelphia Eagles Radio Network
  28. ^ "Chicago Bears Radio Network". Chicagobears.com. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  29. ^ "Detroit Lions Radio Network". Detroitlions.com. 2012-07-17. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  30. ^ "Detroit Lions and WXYZ partner for 2011 season". Wxyz.com. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  31. ^ Preseason TV Detroit Lions official site
  32. ^ "Green Bay Packers Radio Network". Packers.com. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  33. ^ Minnesota Vikings Radio Network
  34. ^ a b Atlanta Falcons move to Lincoln Financial Media
  35. ^ "Carolina Panthers Radio Network". Panthers.com. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  36. ^ TWC SportsChannel is the New Local Cable TV Home of the Carolina Panthers July 16, 2014.
  37. ^ New Orleans Saints Radio Network
  38. ^ "Tampa Bay Buccaneers preseason games to appear on WTSP". Wtsp.com. 2011-07-26. Retrieved 2012-10-03. 
  39. ^ Arizona Cardinals Radio Network
  40. ^ Seattle Seahawks Radio Network
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