List of NFL on Fox commentator pairings

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These are the following announcer pairings for the NFL on Fox program.

1990s[edit]

1994[edit]

  1. Pat Summerall/John Madden
  2. Dick Stockton/Matt Millen
  3. Kevin Harlan/Jerry Glanville
  4. Joe Buck/Tim Green
  5. Thom Brennaman/Anthony Muñoz
  6. Kenny Albert/Ron Pitts
  7. Mike Breen or Eric Clemons or Steve Buckhantz/Marcus Allen or Merril Hoge

1995[edit]

  1. Pat Summerall/John Madden
  2. Dick Stockton/Matt Millen
  3. Kevin Harlan/Jerry Glanville
  4. Joe Buck/Tim Green
  5. Thom Brennaman/Ron Pitts
  6. Kenny Albert/Anthony Muñoz
  7. Mike Breen/or Eric Clemons or Steve Buckhantz/Karl Nelson or Bill Maas

1996[edit]

  1. Pat Summerall/John Madden
  2. Dick Stockton/Matt Millen
  3. Kevin Harlan/Jerry Glanville
  4. Mike Breen or Joe Buck/Bill Maas
  5. Thom Brennaman/Ron Pitts
  6. Kenny Albert/Tim Green
  7. Eric Clemons/Jim Burt
  8. Sam Rosen/Scott Case

1997[edit]

  1. Pat Summerall/John Madden
  2. Dick Stockton/Matt Millen/Curt Menefee
  3. Kevin Harlan or Paul Kennedy/Jerry Glanville
  4. Joe Buck/Bill Maas
  5. Thom Brennaman/Ron Pitts
  6. Kenny Albert/Tim Green
  7. Eric Clemons/Trevor Matich
  8. Sam Rosen/Ray Bentley

1998[edit]

  1. Pat Summerall/John Madden/Suzy Kolber[1]
  2. Dick Stockton/Matt Millen
  3. Sam Rosen/Jerry Glanville
  4. Tim Ryan/Bill Maas and Ronnie Lott
  5. Kenny Albert/Tim Green
  6. Ray Bentley or Josh Lewin/Ron Pitts
  7. Curt Menefee/Brian Baldinger
  8. Thom Brennaman/Trevor Matich

1999[edit]

  1. Pat Summerall/John Madden/D. J. Johnson[2]
  2. Dick Stockton/Matt Millen/Pam Oliver
  3. Sam Rosen/Bill Maas
  4. Kenny Albert/Tim Green
  5. Ray Bentley or Josh Lewin/Ron Pitts
  6. Curt Menefee or Scott Graham/Brian Baldinger
  7. Thom Brennaman/Dave Lapham
  8. Scott Graham/Jeff Lageman

2000s[edit]

2000[edit]

  1. Pat Summerall/John Madden/D. J. Johnson[3]
  2. Dick Stockton/Matt Millen/Pam Oliver
  3. Sam Rosen/Bill Maas
  4. Kenny Albert/Tim Green
  5. Ray Bentley/Ron Pitts
  6. Curt Menefee/Brian Baldinger
  7. Thom Brennaman or Drew Goodman or Nick Halling/Dave Lapham or Jeff Lageman
  8. Scott Graham or Josh Lewin/Billy Ray Smith or James Lofton

2001[edit]

  1. Pat Summerall/John Madden/Ron Pitts[4]
  2. Dick Stockton/Troy Aikman and Daryl Johnston/Pam Oliver
  3. Sam Rosen/Bill Maas
  4. Kenny Albert/Tim Green
  5. Ray Bentley/John Jurkovic or Jeff Lageman
  6. Curt Menefee or Joe Buck/Brian Baldinger
  7. Doug Bell or Paul Kennedy/Sean Jones or Dave Krieg
  8. Scott Graham/D. J. Johnson

NOTE: 2001 was Pat Summerall's final year of commentating NFL games full-time, as his retirement was announced earlier that year. 2001 was also John Madden's last year of commentating on Fox, as he moved to ABC to commentate Monday Night Football alongside Al Michaels.

Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Cris Collinsworth replaced Pat Summerall and John Madden as the number 1 announcing team.

2002[edit]

  1. Joe Buck/Troy Aikman and Cris Collinsworth/Pam Oliver
  2. Dick Stockton/Daryl Johnston
  3. Sam Rosen/Bill Maas
  4. Kenny Albert/Tim Green
  5. Curt Menefee/Tim Ryan
  6. Pat Summerall/Brian Baldinger
  7. Ron Pitts/Dave Krieg or John Jurkovic
  8. Dan Miller or Scott Graham/Sean Jones

2003[edit]

  1. Joe Buck/Troy Aikman and Cris Collinsworth/Pam Oliver[5]
  2. Dick Stockton/Daryl Johnston/Tony Siragusa
  3. Sam Rosen/Bill Maas
  4. Kenny Albert/Brian Baldinger
  5. Curt Menefee/Tim Green
  6. Ron Pitts/Tim Ryan
  7. Dan Miller/Andre Reed or Bill Romanowski
  8. Scott Graham/J.C. Pearson or Dale Hellestrae

2004[edit]

  1. Joe Buck/Troy Aikman and Cris Collinsworth/Pam Oliver[6]
  2. Dick Stockton/Daryl Johnston/Tony Siragusa
  3. Sam Rosen/Bill Maas/Dan Jiggetts
  4. Kenny Albert/Brian Baldinger/Chris Myers
  5. Curt Menefee/Tim Green/Amy Van Dyken
  6. Ron Pitts/Tim Ryan/Rich Cellini
  7. Thom Brennaman/Jason Garrett or J.C. Pearson
  8. Dan Miller or Spero Dedes/Erik Kramer or Dave Wannstedt

2005[edit]

  1. Joe Buck or Dick Stockton/Troy Aikman/Pam Oliver[7]
  2. Dick Stockton or Kenny Albert/Daryl Johnston/Tony Siragusa
  3. Sam Rosen/Bill Maas/Chris Myers
  4. Kenny Albert or Matt Vasgersian/Brian Baldinger/Jay Glazer
  5. Curt Menefee/J. C. Pearson
  6. Ron Pitts/Tim Ryan
  7. Thom Brennaman or Matt Vasgersian or Craig Shemon/Terry Donahue or Erik Kramer or Tim Green or Jesse Palmer
  8. Carter Blackburn/Howard Griffith
  • During Week 6 and 7 of the regular season, Dick Stockton filled in for Joe Buck, who was calling MLB playoffs for Fox.
  • During Week 6 and 7 of the regular season, Kenny Albert filled in for Dick Stockton while Stockton was filling in for Buck.
  • During Week 6 and 7 of the regular season Matt Vasgersian filled in for Kenny Albert, who was filling in for Stockton.

2006[edit]

  1. Joe Buck or Dick Stockton/Troy Aikman/Pam Oliver[8]
  2. Dick Stockton or Curt Menefee or Kenny Albert/Daryl Johnston/Tony Siragusa
  3. Kenny Albert or Chris Myers or Pat Summerall/Brian Baldinger/Jay Glazer
  4. Sam Rosen or Thom Brennaman/Tim Ryan or Charles Davis or Barry Alvarez/Chris Myers
  5. Ron Pitts or Dan McLaughlin/Terry Donahue or Jesse Palmer/Laura Okmin
  6. Matt Vasgersian/J. C. Pearson
  7. Steve Byrnes/Tony Boselli
  8. Matt Devlin or Brad Sham or Pat Summerall/Bill Maas or Dale Hellestrae

NOTE: For the 2006 season (the first after James Brown left to return to CBS as host of The NFL Today), Fox experimented with a traveling pre-game show, hosted by Joe Buck from the site of the game to which he was assigned. Half time and postgame was hosted by Curt Menefee.

  • During Weeks 6-8 of the regular season, Dick Stockton filled in for Joe Buck, who was calling MLB playoffs for Fox.
  • During Weeks 6-8 of the regular season, Kenny Albert filled in for Dick Stockton who was filling in for Buck.
  • During Weeks 6-7 of the regular season, Chris Myers filled in for Kenny Albert who was filling in for Stockton.
  • During Week 5 of the regular season, Curt Menefee filled in for Dick Stockton.
  • During Week 8 of the regular season, Pat Summerall filled in for Kenny Albert.

2007[edit]

  1. Joe Buck or Kenny Albert/Troy Aikman/Pam Oliver
  2. Kenny Albert or Matt Vasgersian or Thom Brennaman/Daryl Johnston/Tony Siragusa
  3. Dick Stockton or Pat Summerall or Chris Myers/Brian Baldinger/Cara Capuano
  4. Sam Rosen/Tim Ryan/ Chris Myers
  5. Matt Vasgersian or Ron Pitts or Matt Devlin/J. C. Pearson/Laura Okmin
  6. Ron Pitts/Tony Boselli
  7. Chris Rose or Matt Vasgersian or Dick Stockton/Terry Donahue
  8. Chris Myers/Rod Woodson (week 11) or Jason Sehorn (week 17)

2008[edit]

  1. Joe Buck or Dick Stockton/Troy Aikman/Pam Oliver
  2. Kenny Albert/Daryl Johnston/Tony Siragusa
  3. Dick Stockton or Matt Vasgersian/Brian Baldinger and Brian Billick (when he wasn't scheduled to call a game with Thom Brennaman/Laura Okmin
  4. Sam Rosen or Chris Myers/Tim Ryan/Chris Myers
  5. Matt Vasgersian or Chris Myers or Chris Rose/J.C. Pearson/Nischelle Turner or Charissa Thompson
  6. Ron Pitts/Tony Boselli/Charissa Thompson or Nischelle Turner
  7. Thom Brennaman/Brian Billick/Danyelle Sargent
  8. Chris Rose/John Lynch/Krista Voda (Weeks 12 and 17 only)

2009[edit]

  1. Joe Buck or Thom Brennaman/Troy Aikman/Pam Oliver
  2. Kenny Albert/Daryl Johnston/Tony Siragusa
  3. Thom Brennaman or Chris Myers/Brian Billick/Charissa Thompson or Jaime Maggio or Chris Myers
  4. Dick Stockton or Chris Myers/Charles Davis or Trent Green/Laura Okmin or Jaime Maggio
  5. Sam Rosen or Chris Myers/Tim Ryan/Chris Myers or Laura Okmin or Charissa Thompson or Nischelle Turner
  6. Ron Pitts/John Lynch/Nischelle Turner
  7. Chris Myers or Chris Rose/Trent Green or Ross Tucker
  8. Matt Vasgersian/Ross Tucker (Week 17 only)

Note: November 8, 2009 (Week 9) featured a special 2-hour pregame show originating in Afghanistan. The regular Fox NFL Sunday crew hosted the pregame show; Chris Rose served as studio host and anchored in-game highlights. John Lynch and Trent Green served as studio analysts for the halftime and postgame reports.

2010s[edit]

2010[edit]

  1. Joe Buck or Thom Brennaman/Troy Aikman/Pam Oliver
  2. Kenny Albert/Daryl Johnston/Tony Siragusa
  3. Thom Brennaman or Chris Myers/Brian Billick/Charissa Thompson or Jaime Maggio or Laura Okmin or Chris Myers
  4. Dick Stockton or Chris Myers/Charles Davis and Jim Mora/Laura Okmin
  5. Sam Rosen/Tim Ryan/Chris Myers
  6. Ron Pitts/John Lynch/Nischelle Turner
  7. Chris Rose or Chris Myers/Kurt Warner
  8. Chris Rose/Ross Tucker (Week 13)
  • NOTE: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Pam Oliver became Fox's longest-tenured broadcast team, surpassing the team of Pat Summerall and John Madden.
  • NOTE: This would be Chris Rose's final season calling NFL games for Fox until he departed for MLB Network.
  • During Week 5 of the regular season, Chris Myers would fill in for Dick Stockton, who was calling MLB playoffs for TBS.
  • During Weeks 5-6, 8, 12-13, 15-16 of the regular season, Jim Mora did not call any games.
  • During Weeks 6-8 of the regular season, Thom Brennaman filled in for Joe Buck, while Buck was calling MLB playoffs for Fox.
  • During Weeks 6-8 of the regular season, Chris Myers filled in for Thom Brennaman, while Brennaman was filling in for Buck.
  • During Weeks 11 and 13 of the regular season, Chris Myers filled in for Chris Rose.
  • During Week 12 of the regular season, Torry Holt filled in for Kurt Warner.
  • During Week 13 of the regular season, Jennifer Hammond filled in for Chris Myers, who paired with Kurt Warner.
  • During Week 14 of the regular season, only two field reporters worked this week, Pam Oliver and Tony Siragusa.
  • During Week 17 of the regular season, Chris Myers paired with Jim Mora.

2011[edit]

  1. Joe Buck or Thom Brennaman/Troy Aikman/Pam Oliver
  2. Kenny Albert/Daryl Johnston/Tony Siragusa
  3. Thom Brennaman or Sam Rosen/Brian Billick/Laura Okmin
  4. Dick Stockton or Craig Bolerjack/John Lynch/Jaime Maggio or Jennifer Hale
  5. Chris Myers/Tim Ryan/Drea Avent or Jennifer Hale or Jaime Maggio
  6. Ron Pitts/Jim Mora/Jennifer Hale or Drea Avent
  7. Sam Rosen/Chad Pennington/Jody Jackson or Tina Cervasio
  8. Gus Johnson/Charles Davis/Tim Brewster (Week 4 only)

2012[edit]

  1. Joe Buck or Thom Brennaman/Troy Aikman/Pam Oliver
  2. Kenny Albert/Daryl Johnston/Tony Siragusa
  3. Thom Brennaman or Sam Rosen/Brian Billick or Charles Davis/Laura Okmin
  4. Dick Stockton or Sam Rosen/John Lynch/Jennifer Hale
  5. Chris Myers/Tim Ryan/Jaime Maggio or Kristina Pink or Krista Voda
  6. Ron Pitts/Mike Martz/Kristina Pink (Weeks 1-4, 9) or Krista Voda (Week 14, 17)
  7. Sam Rosen/Heath Evans/Heidi Androl (Week 1) or Jill Savage (Week 15)
  8. Gus Johnson/Charles Davis/Kristina Pink (Weeks 14-15)
  • NOTE: During Week 6 of the regular season, Thom Brennaman was set to call the NY Giants vs. San Francisco 49ers football game with lead analyst Troy Aikman instead of Joe Buck, who was calling the NLCS. Sam Rosen was scheduled to fill in for Thom Brennaman while Brennaman filled in for Buck. However that changed when Fox Sports president Eric Shanks brought up the idea of the two-sport, same-day doubleheader if both the Giants and Cardinals won their divisional series. When the Cards pulled off their miracle ninth-inning rally against the Nationals on Friday night, Buck was off to San Francisco instead of Washington D.C.
  • During Week 5 of the regular season Krista Voda filled in for Jaime Maggio while Maggio sidelined for the MLB Playoffs on TBS.
  • During Weeks 6-8 of the regular season Kristina Park filled in for Jaime Maggio, who was still calling the MLB Playoffs for TBS.
  • During Week 5 of the regular season, Sam Rosen filled-in for Dick Stockton while he called the NLDS on TBS.
  • During Weeks 7 and 8 of the regular season, Thom Brennaman filled in for Joe Buck while Buck calls MLB playoffs for Fox.
  • During Weeks 7 and 8 of the regular season, Sam Rosen filled in for Thom Brennaman while Brennaman filled in for Buck.
  • During Week 12 of the regular season, Charles Davis filled in for Brian Billick, who was out with a back injury.
  • During Week 13, Jennifer Pink filled in for Kristina Pink.
  • During Week 14, Krista Voda filled in for Kristina Pirk while she was paired with Gus Johnson and Charles Davis.
  • During Week 17, Kristina Park filled in for Jamie Maggio.
  • During Week 17, Krista Voda filled in for Kristina Pink while she was filling in for Jamie Maggio.
  • The announcing team of Ron Pitts/Mike Martz/Kristina Park did not call any games in Weeks 5-8, 10-12.
  • Fox did not send its #2 team of Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, and Tony Siragusa to cover the playoffs, marking the first time since Fox acquired NFL rights that they did this. Instead the #3 team of Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick, and Laura Okmin were in the booth for the Divisional Playoffs.
  • Erin Andrews joined the Buck/Aikman/Oliver crew during the Thanksgiving Classic and the NFC Playoffs.
  • Chris Myers joined the Brennaman/Billick/Okmin crew during the NFC Playoffs.
  • After the 2012 season, Ron Pitts left Fox Sports after being part of the NFL broadcast team for 18 years and joined OK!TV.

2013[edit]

  1. Joe Buck or Thom Brennaman/Troy Aikman/Pam Oliver
  2. Kenny Albert/Daryl Johnston/Tony Siragusa
  3. Thom Brennaman or Sam Rosen or Dick Stockton/Brian Billick/Laura Okmin
  4. Kevin Burkhardt/John Lynch/Erin Andrews or Molly McGrath
  5. Chris Myers/Tim Ryan/Jennifer Hale
  6. Dick Stockton/Ronde Barber/Kris Budden
  7. Sam Rosen or Tom McCarthy or Gus Johnson/Heath Evans or Charles Davis/Molly McGrath or Lisa Byington or Peter Schrager or Charissa Thompson
  8. Justin Kutcher/Charles Davis/Kristina Pink (Week 15)
  • During Week 6, Tom McCarthy filled in for Sam Rosen, while Rosen filled in for Thom Brennaman.
  • During Week 17, Gus Johnson and Charles Davis filled in for Sam Rosen and Heath Evans.
  • Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, and Erin Andrews called the Divisional Playoff game between the New Orleans Saints and the Seattle Seahawks..[9]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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