List of current National Football League broadcasters

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This is a list of active NFL broadcasters, including those for each individual team as well as those that have national rights. Unlike the other three major professional sports leagues in the U.S. (Major League Baseball, the NBA and the NHL), all regular-season and post-season games are shown on American television on one of five national networks. Most preseason games are still televised by regional/local broadcasters, with selected preseason games simulcast on national networks.

Background[edit]

All regular-season and postseason games are shown in the U.S. on one of five national networks: the broadcast networks of CBS, Fox, or NBC; or the cable channels ESPN or NFL Network. The league does not, in general, have an anti-siphoning rule for regular season games, and such games can be (and are) carried on both the cable outlet and the local affiliate. Since 2018, selected regular season games airing on NFL Network are also simulcast on Fox. For those regular season games aired exclusively on NFL Network or ESPN, they are also simulcast on a local broadcast station in each of the home markets of the two participating teams (determined by a bidding process). ESPN also airs one postseason game that is also simulcast on their sister national broadcast network ABC; all other postseason games air televised on either CBS, Fox, or NBC. As part of the Sports Broadcasting Act of 1961, the U.S government granted the NFL permission to sell the rights to all regular season and postseason games to the national networks, as an exemption to antitrust laws.[1]

Most preseason games, except a few contests such as the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game, are not televised by the national networks, and the league leaves television rights for those contests up to the individual teams. Most teams produce the games, either themselves or with help from the networks, and set up small syndication networks to carry games throughout the league-designated primary and secondary markets each team serves. The stations that win bidding to locally broadcast cable games are not necessarily the same as the ones who broadcast preseason contests, as the bidding processes are separate; this list is of the preseason broadcasters. In the event that a preseason game does not sell out, the local rightsholder must delay the broadcast a minimum of 24 hours (this rule, along with the rest of the league's blackout policies, was suspended for the 2015 season). NFL Network sometimes simulcasts select preseason games using the feeds of the local broadcast crews. In these cases, the NFL does impose an anti-siphoning rule and does not carry a live game in a particular market if a local station is broadcasting the same game.

On radio, all 32 teams have regional/local syndication networks that carry all preseason, regular season and most postseason games; these are listed here. Radio syndication networks are mostly unrestricted and can be carried anywhere in North America, and several supplemental networks (Compass Media Networks, Sports USA Radio Network) also carry additional Sunday afternoon games outside the home teams' markets. The league's night games are carried both by local networks and by the NFL on Westwood One, a partnership that goes back several decades; the Super Bowl is exclusive to Westwood One, and local broadcasts of that game can only be carried on one flagship station in each team's market.

Regional broadcasters[edit]

The following is a list of local radio and preseason TV broadcasters for each individual team. Four teams, the Arizona Cardinals, the Baltimore Ravens, the Minnesota Vikings, and the New York Giants, do preseason television/radio simulcasts. Some teams like the New England Patriots and the San Francisco 49ers have their regular radio announcers instead call their preseason telecasts, and then have a different announcing team call their preseason radio broadcasts. For the preseason telecasts of many other teams, they may employ announcers who work for the national networks (either NFL or college football games) during the regular season.

Several teams also offer Spanish language broadcasts to serve their Hispanic fan bases.

AFC[edit]

AFC East[edit]

Team Play-by-play Analyst Sideline reporter Flagship station(s) Number of affiliates
Buffalo Bills John Murphy Eric Wood Sal Capaccio WGR 21[2]
Andrew Catalon Steve Tasker Cynthia Frelund WKBW-TV
MSG Western New York
WIVB-TV
WUTV
4[3]
Miami Dolphins Jimmy Cefalo Joe Rose and Jason Taylor Kim Bokamper WQAM / WKIS 20[4]
Steve Goldstein Jason Taylor Kim Bokamper WFOR-TV 4
Roly Martin Eduardo Martell WQBA (Spanish radio) [5]
New England Patriots Bob Socci (Regular season)
Dan Roche (Preseason)
Scott Zolak (Regular season)
Matt Chatham (Preseason)
WBZ-FM 37[6]
Bob Socci Scott Zolak Rob Ninkovich and Steve Burton WBZ-TV 8[3]
New York Jets Bob Wischusen Marty Lyons WEPN-FM 7[7]
Ian Eagle Anthony Becht Peter Schrager WCBS-TV 1[3]
Clemson Smith-Muñiz Oscar Benitez WADO (Spanish radio)

AFC North[edit]

Baltimore Ravens Gerry Sandusky Obafemi Ayanbadejo (regular season)
Rod Woodson and Mike Nolan (preseason)
Kirk McEwen (regular season)
Evan Washburn (preseason)
WIYY/
WBAL
17[8]
WBAL-TV and NBC Sports Washington[9] 3[3]
Cincinnati Bengals Dan Hoard Dave Lapham WCKY/
WEBN/
WLW once the Cincinnati Reds season ends
26[10]
Mike Watts Anthony Muñoz Marisa Contipelli WKRC-TV 6[3]
Cleveland Browns Jim Donovan Doug Dieken Nathan Zegura WKRK-FM/
WNCX / WKNR
30[11]
Tom McCarthy Joe Thomas WEWS-TV 5[3]
Rafael Hernandez-Brito Octavio Sequera WLFM-LP (Spanish radio) [12]
Pittsburgh Steelers Bill Hillgrove Craig Wolfley Missi Matthews and Max Starks WDVE/
WBGG
50[13]
Bob Pompeani Charlie Batch Missi Matthews KDKA-TV 7[3]
Arturo Carlos and Alvaro Martin Luis Rodríguez Steelers en Español (spanish radio) 1

AFC South[edit]

Houston Texans Marc Vandermeer Andre Ware John Harris KILT and KILT-FM 34[14]
Kevin Kugler Spencer Tillman Drew Doughtery KTRK-TV 13[15]
Enrique Vasquez Gustavo Rangel KLOL (Spanish radio) [16]
Indianapolis Colts Matt Taylor Rick Venturi Larra Overton WFNI/
WLHK
40[17]
Greg Rakestraw WXIN[18] 7
Jacksonville Jaguars[19][20][21] Frank Frangie Tony Boselli and Jeff Lageman Rick Ballou WJXL, WJXL-FM and WGNE-FM 18
Brian Sexton Bucky Brooks Brent Martineau WJAX-TV 10
Tennessee Titans Mike Keith Dave McGinnis Amie Wells WGFX 63[22]
Dan Hellie Charles Davis Cory Curtis WKRN-TV 10[3]

AFC West[edit]

Denver Broncos Dave Logan Rick Lewis Susie Wargin KOA / KRFX 66[23]
Steve Levy or Anish Shroff Brian Griese or Chad Brown Rod Mackey KTVD 15[24]
Kansas City Chiefs Mitch Holthus Danan Hughes Josh Klingler WDAF-FM 89[25]
Ari Wolfe Trent Green Kay Adams and Matt McMullen KSHB 10[3]
Enrique Morales Oscar Monterroso Hannah Bassham KCTO (Spanish radio) [26]
Las Vegas Raiders Brent Musburger Lincoln Kennedy Chris Townsend KOMP / KRLV 17[27]
Beth Mowins Matt Millen and Rich Gannon JT The Brick KVVU-TV/KRON-TV 6[3]
Cristian Echeverria Harry Ruiz KENO (Spanish radio) 8[28]
Los Angeles Chargers Matt "Money" Smith Daniel Jeremiah Shannon Farren KYSR / KLAC / KLSD 14[29][30]
Spero Dedes Dan Fouts LaDainian Tomlinson KCBS-TV and KFMB-TV 7[3]
Mario Solis Jorge Villanueva KFWB (Spanish radio) [31]
KAZA-TV (Spanish TV)

NFC[edit]

NFC East[edit]

Team Play-by-play Analyst Sideline reporter Flagship station(s) Number of affiliates
Dallas Cowboys Brad Sham Babe Laufenberg Kristi Scales KRLD-FM and KRLD 63[32]
Bill Jones Babe Laufenberg and Guest Analyst Kyle Youmans KTVT 24[33]
Victor Villalba Luis Perez KMVK (Spanish radio) 15[32]
New York Giants Bob Papa Carl Banks Howard Cross WFAN and WFAN-FM 13[34]
Howard Cross and Bruce Beck WNBC 6
Philadelphia Eagles Merrill Reese Mike Quick Howard Eskin WIP-FM 11[35]
Scott Graham Ross Tucker Dave Spadaro WCAU and NBC Sports Philadelphia 5[3]
Rickie Ricardo WEMG (Spanish radio)
Washington Football Team Bram Weinstein DeAngelo Hall and Julie Donaldson WTEM and WSBN/WMAL-FM
Kenny Albert Joe Theismann Michael Silver WRC-TV and NBC Sports Washington 6[3]

NFC North[edit]

Chicago Bears Jeff Joniak Tom Thayer Mark Grote WBBM/WCFS-FM 29[36]
Adam Amin Jim Miller Lou Canellis WFLD-TV 10[3]
Hector Lozano Omar Ramos and Carlos Mendez WRTO (Spanish radio) [37]
Detroit Lions Dan Miller Lomas Brown T. J. Lang WXYT-FM[38] 50[39]
Brandon Gaudin Herman Moore Dannie Rogers WJBK 6[40]
Green Bay Packers Wayne Larrivee Larry McCarren John Kuhn WTMJ (Network flagship)
WTAQ/WIXX (Green Bay primary stations)
56[41]
Kevin Harlan James Lofton Lance Allen and John Kuhn WTMJ-TV/WGBA-TV 12[3]
Minnesota Vikings Paul Allen Pete Bercich Greg Coleman
Ben Leber
KFXN-FM 69[42]
KMSP-TV 15[3]

NFC South[edit]

Atlanta Falcons Wes Durham David Archer John Michaels WZGC[43] 37
Justin Kutcher Coy Wire and D. J. Shockley Jen Hale and Steve Wyche WAGA-TV[43] 10[3]
Carolina Panthers Mick Mixon Jake Delhomme and Jim Szoke Kristen Balboni WBT/WBT-FM 60[44]
Taylor Zarzour Steve Smith Sr. WCCB-TV 13[3]
Jaime Moreno Luis Moreno, Jr. WGSP (Spanish radio) 10[45]
New Orleans Saints Mike Hoss Deuce McAllister Kristian Garic WWL/WWL-FM 36[46]
Joel Meyers Jon Stinchcomb and Jonathan Vilma Meghan Payton WVUE-TV 12
Mario Jerez Juan Carlos Ramos Victor Quiñonez KGLA and WFNO (Spanish radio) [47]
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Gene Deckerhoff Dave Moore T.J. Rives WXTB 22
Chris Myers Ronde Barber Dan Lucas WFLA-TV 5[3]
Carlos Bohórquez Martín Gramática and Francisco "Pancho" Negrete WTMP-FM and WMGG (Spanish radio) [48]

NFC West[edit]

Arizona Cardinals Dave Pasch Ron Wolfley Paul Calvisi KTAR-FM and AM 13[49]
Lisa Matthews and Paul Gerke KPNX 3[3]
Gabriel Trujillo Rolando Cantú KQMR and KHOV-FM (Spanish radio)
Los Angeles Rams J. B. Long Maurice Jones-Drew D'Marco Farr KSPN & KCBS-FM 9
Andrew Siciliano Aqib Talib and Mina Kimes Curt Sandoval KABC-TV 9[3]
Troy Santiago Ricardo Lopez KWKW (Spanish radio)
KFTR (Spanish TV)
San Francisco 49ers Greg Papa (Regular season)
Bob Fitzgerald (Preseason)
Tim Ryan (Regular season)
Keena Turner (Preseason)
KSAN-FM
KNBR & KNBR-FM
23
Greg Papa Tim Ryan Vern Glenn KPIX-TV 14
Seattle Seahawks Steve Raible Dave Wyman Jen Mueller and John Clayton KIRO AM and FM 45[50]
Curt Menefee KCPQ 12[3]

National broadcasters[edit]

All regular-season and playoff games, as well as some preseason games, are shown in the U.S. on one of the following six national networks. If a regular season game is nationally exclusive on either NFL Network or ESPN games, it is also simulcast on a local broadcast station in each of the home markets of the two participating teams.

Lead national broadcasters[edit]

Network Lead Play-by-play Lead Analyst Lead Sideline Reporter Notes
NFL on CBS Jim Nantz Tony Romo (color)
Gene Steratore (rules)
Tracy Wolfson National Sunday afternoon and evening regular season games, NFL playoffs and the Super Bowl
NFL on Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman (color)
Mike Pereira (rules)
Erin Andrews
Tom Rinaldi
NFL on NBC (NBC Sunday Night Football) Al Michaels or Mike Tirico Cris Collinsworth or Drew Brees (color)
Terry McAulay (rules)
Michele Tafoya or Kathryn Tappen Hall of Fame, NFL kickoff and national Sunday night regular season games, NFL playoffs and the Super Bowl
ESPN/ABC (Monday Night Football) Steve Levy Brian Griese and Louis Riddick (color)
John Parry (rules)
Lisa Salters National Monday night regular season games, NFL playoffs and the Pro Bowl
NFL Network/Fox Joe Buck (Fox) Troy Aikman (Fox, color)
Mike Pereira (Fox, rules)
Erin Andrews (Fox)
Kristina Pink (Fox)
National Thursday night regular season games
NFL Network Special Adam Amin
Joe Davis
Mark Schlereth
Kurt Warner
Lindsay Czarniak
Melissa Stark
Late-season Saturday games
NFL on Westwood One Sports Kevin Harlan* Kurt Warner* - National Thursday, Sunday and Monday night regular season games, NFL playoffs, Pro Bowl and the Super Bowl
ESPN Radio Sean Kelley
Marc Kestecher
Roxy Bernstein
Barrett Jones
Ben Hartsock
- National Sunday afternoon and evening regular season games

(*) - Indicates the primary broadcast team of the network. For a full list of current NFL on Westwood One announcers, see List of NFL on Westwood One Sports announcers.

Note - In the event of a scheduling conflict, NFL Network can also use other Fox NFL personalities.

Other national broadcasters[edit]

Network Play-by-play Analyst Sideline Reporter Notes
NFL on CBS Ian Eagle Charles Davis (color)
Gene Steratore (rules)
Evan Washburn Regional and select national Sunday afternoon regular season games, NFL playoffs
NFL on Fox Kevin Burkhardt Greg Olsen (color)
Mike Pereira or Dean Blandino (rules)
Pam Oliver
NFL on CBS Kevin Harlan Trent Green (color)
Gene Steratore (rules)
Melanie Collins Regional Sunday afternoon regular season games (No. 3 broadcast team)
NFL on Fox Adam Amin Mark Schlereth (color)
Mike Pereira or Dean Blandino (rules)
Shannon Spake
NFL on CBS Greg Gumbel Adam Archuleta (color)
Gene Steratore (rules)
AJ Ross Regional Sunday afternoon regular season games (No. 4 broadcast team)
NFL on Fox Kenny Albert Jonathan Vilma (color)
Mike Pereira or Dean Blandino (rules)
Lindsay Czarniak or
Sara Walsh
NFL on CBS Andrew Catalon James Lofton (color)
Gene Steratore (rules)
Amanda Balionis or Sherree Burruss Regional Sunday afternoon regular season games (No. 5 broadcast team)
NFL on Fox Chris Myers Daryl Johnston (color)
Mike Pereira or Dean Blandino (rules)
Jen Hale
NFL on CBS Spero Dedes Jay Feely (color)
Gene Steratore (rules)
Regional Sunday afternoon regular season games (No. 6 broadcast team)
NFL on Fox Kevin Kugler Mark Sanchez (color)
Mike Pereira or Dean Blandino (rules)
Laura Okmin
NFL on CBS Tom McCarthy Tiki Barber (color)
Gene Steratore (rules)
Regional Sunday afternoon regular season games (select games)
NFL on Fox Gus Johnson Aqib Talib (color)
Mike Pereira or Dean Blandino (rules)
Megan Olivi
ESPN2 (Monday Night Football) Peyton Manning and Eli Manning Various guests None Select national Monday night regular season games (simulcast of ESPN with alternate commentary)
Additional talent
NFL on CBS Beth Mowins (play-by-play)
Aaron Taylor (color)
NFL on Fox Joe Davis (play-by-play)
Brandon Gaudin (play-by-play)
Sarah Kustok (sideline)

Spanish national broadcasters[edit]

All regular-season and playoff games, as well as some preseason games, are available in Spanish.

Network Lead Play-by-play Lead Analyst Lead Sideline Reporter Notes
NFL on CBS using SAP function. Armando Quintero, Benny Ricardo, Alfredo Bejar, Nelson Fernández, Halim Zadat, José Antonio Melian, Jerry Olaya, Roberto Abramowitz. Benny Ricardo - National Sunday afternoon and evening games
Fox NFL on Fox Deportes or SAP function. Francisco X. Rivera, Jessi Losada, Adrian Garcia Marquez, Luis Rodríguez, Eduardo Blancas, John Laguna, Pepe Mantilla, Fernando González. John Laguna, Brady Poppinga Jaime Motta, Troy Santiago, Pablo Alsina
NBC Sunday Night Football on Universo Carlos Mauricio Ramírez Jorge Andres Verónica Contreras National Sunday night games
NBC Sunday Night Football using SAP function Édgar López René Giraldo, Rolando Cantú
Monday Night Football on ESPN Deportes Eduardo Varela Pablo Viruega John Sutcliffe National Monday night games
Thursday Night Football using SAP on Fox/NFLN (some games on Fox Deportes) Jessi Losada or Adrian Garcia Marquez (Fox) Rolando Cantú (Fox) Jaime Motta (Fox) National Thursday night games
Thursday Night Football using SAP on NFLN Roberto Abramowitz

International broadcasters[edit]

Worldwide[edit]

Amazon broadcast Thursday and Saturday games

Network Lead Play-by-play Lead Analyst Notes
NFL Films International Kevin Burkhardt Charles Davis Super Bowl English language coverage only
ESPN International Steve Levy Brian Griese and Louis Riddick Super Bowl English language coverage only (Australia and New Zealand only)

Americas[edit]

Network Play-by-play Analyst Sideline Reporter Notes
ESPN Brasil Rômulo Mendonça, Renan do Couto, Ari Aguiar, Fernando Nardini, Rogério Vaughan, Matheus Suman, Matheus Pinheiro. Paulo Antunes, Paulo Mancha, Antony Curti, Eduardo Zolin, Weinny Eirado. André Kfouri (Super Bowl only). Sunday afternoon, Sunday, Monday and Thursday night games (Pay TV). Also available in English on SAP.
Network Play-by-play Analyst Sideline Reporter Notes
Fox Sports Mexico José Pablo Coello, Ernesto del Valle, Alejandro Correa, Fernando Von Rossum de la Vega, Juan Carlos Vázquez. Ricardo García, Carlos Rosado, Emilio León Baz. Ricardo García Selected Sunday afternoon games, national Thursday and Saturday night games. Selected Playoffs games + Pro Bowl + Super Bowl. English-language commentaries available using SAP.
ESPN Latin America Eduardo Varela (Monday night), Ciro Procuna (Sunday night and NFL Red Zone), Sergio Dipp (NFL Red Zone), Kenneth Garay (NFL Compacts). Pablo Viruega (Monday night), Sergio Dipp (Sunday night), Roberto Abramowitz (NFL Compacts), Alex Pombo (NFL Compacts), Marco Martos (NFL Red Zone), Eitán Benezra (NFL Red Zone). John Sutcliffe, Ciro Procuna, Sebastián Martínez Christensen, Sergio Dipp, Mauricio Pedroza, Carlos "Tapa" Nava. National Sunday and Monday night games + selected Playoffs games + Pro Bowl + Super Bowl. NFL Red Zone is broadcast on ESPN+. Selected Sunday afternoon games are shown as a one-hour "NFL Compact". Games available in English using SAP or sometimes on ESPN3 as an independent feed.
Azteca Enrique Garay Joaquín Castillo, Eduardo Ruiz, Pablo de Rubbens. Inés Sainz Enhanced version of NFL Red Zone with commercial breaks. Full AFC playoffs games + Super Bowl.
Televisa Antonio de Valdés, Enrique Burak José Segarra, Gustavo Torrero, Guillermo Schutz, Agustín Castillo. Luis Alberto Martínez Selected Sunday afternoon games. Coverage of Monday Night Football (only Mexico City Game), NFC playoffs games + Super Bowl.
NFL Network Jessi Losada (Fox) Rolando Cantú (Fox) Jaime Motta (Fox) National Thursday and Saturday night games. Original telecast in English. Spanish version available on SAP. NFL Network is available on SKY for Mexico and Central America, as well as other cable providers.

Europe[edit]

Country Broadcasters
Andorra, Spain Movistar+ (pay)[51]
  • #Vamos (free): Kickoff game, SNF, selected regular season and playoff games and the Super Bowl
  • Movistar Deportes (premium): TNF, two Sunday afternoon games, MNF, a Thanksgiving game, most playoff games and the Super Bowl

Play-by-play announcers: Moises Molina, Miguel Angel Calleja and Javier Lopez
Analysts: Andrea Zanoni and Ruben Ibeas

TNF uses US commentary for live coverage

Austria

Puls 4 (FTA),

Balkans Sport Klub (pay)
Belgium, Luxembourg, and Portugal Eleven Sports (pay)[52]
Bulgaria Max Sport[53][54]
Czech Republic and Slovakia Premier Sport (pay)
DACH and Italy DAZN (Over-the-top): two Sunday afternoon games, SNF, MNF, TNF, most playoff games and the Super Bowl + NFL RedZone via NFL Network
France L'Equipe (FTA, live coverage for Sunday games and play-offs (inc. Super Bowl))[55] beIN Sports (pay-TV)[56]
Germany, Switzerland

ProSieben Maxx (regular) (FTA),
ProSieben (kickoff game, some regular season games, some playoff games and Super Bowl) (FTA)

Hungary Arena4 (pay)
Ireland and UK BBC Two (FTA, UK only): weekly highlights, London International Series Games and Super Bowl

Channel 5: Live coverage of Monday Night Football, plus highlights on Sunday

Sky Sports NFL (Pay): All regular season games, NFL playoffs and the Super Bowl. (simulcast with the U.S. broadcasters). Also includes NFL Redzone on Sky Sports Mix.

Now (Over-the-top): All regular season games, NFL playoffs and the Super Bowl. (simulcast with the U.S. broadcasters)

Netherlands ESPN (Pay)
Russia Viasat Sport . 4 games (including Sunday and Monday Night Football) in week. Playoffs and Super Bowl [57]

Asia[edit]

Country Broadcasters
China Tencent (Pay)
Indian subcontinent FanCode and Amazon Prime Video (Pay)
Indonesia, Timor Leste Mola TV (Over-the-top): Live broadcasts of regular season with five games a week as well as the NFL playoffs (simulcast live with the U.S. broadcasters) and the Super Bowl (using NFL Films International commentary).[58]
Japan DAZN, NFL Gamepass
Korea MBC Sports+ (Pay): Live broadcasts of regular season games as well as NFL playoffs, Pro Bowl and the Super Bowl (using Korean commentary) at 3-10 am KST.
Philippines Premier Sports (Pay): Live broadcasts of Thursday Night Football, Sunday Night Football and Monday Night Football games (using US commentary) at 8 am PST.
Thailand TrueVisions broadcast seven games a week. Thursday night, Sunday night, and Monday night games as well as all playoff games.
MENA SSC and ShahidVIP

Oceania[edit]

Country Broadcasters
Australia ESPN (Pay)"[59] Up to five live games per week including Thursday, Sunday and Monday Night Football,[59][60] and all playoffs.

Seven Network / 7mate (FTA):[61] Three live games per week includes Sunday Night Football and all playoffs and Super Bowl.

New Zealand Sky Sport (Pay): One live game every Monday night in HD (where available)

Spark Sport (Pay): Thursday night day night game live (Friday in NZ). Three Sunday games live (Monday in NZ)

ESPN (Pay): Thursday Night Football, Sunday Night Football, Two Sunday afternoon games and Monday Night Football. All play-off games.

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