August 8, 2022

After Joe Buck and Troy Aikman's Move to ESPN Monday Night Football, The NFL on Fox Sunday Broadcasters List Will Include Pam Oliver in Her 28th Season

FOX Sports sets its game broadcaster roster and takes the field in September for its 29th season of NFL coverage with an elite lineup of dynamic voices that will pave the road to Super Bowl LVII. With two Wild Card Playoff Games, two NFC Divisional Playoff Games, the NFC Championship Game and Super Bowl LVII, FOX on-air broadcasters will call more postseason games than any network in 40 years. The 2022 FOX NFL broadcast team announcement was made today by Brad Zager, President, Production & Operations/Executive Producer, FOX Sports.

Entering their second season together, the critically acclaimed duo of play-by-play announcer Kevin Burkhardt and three-time Pro Bowl tight end Greg Olsen calls FOX’s top regular and postseason games, culminating with Super Bowl LVII on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023, live from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.  Joining them from the sidelines are Erin Andrews, the first woman singularly honored with the Pat Summerall Award, and Tom Rinaldi, a 17-time Sports Emmy Award winner. Mike Pereira, former NFL Vice President of Officiating, returns as rules analyst, offering his unparalleled takes on the most pivotal calls of the week.

Burkhardt, Olsen, Andrews, Rinaldi and Pereira open Week 1 with FOX’s first edition of AMERICA’S GAME OF THE WEEK, the No. 1 show on all of television for 13 consecutive years and most-watched NFL window for the last 21 seasons, as the Minnesota Vikings host the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, Sept. 11, at 4:25 PM ET.

Davis | Johnston | Oliver

Joe Davis, the new voice of FOX MLB, calls his first full season of NFL games alongside three-time Super Bowl champion and two-time Pro Bowler Daryl “Moose” Johnston, in his 22nd season with the network. Pam Oliver, the longest-tenured NFL television reporter, returns for her 28th season to handle reporting duties for the team. This season marks the first time in FOX Sports history that two crews will call at least two NFL playoff games each during the postseason. They will open Week 1 on Sunday, Sept. 11, at 1:00 PM ET with the San Francisco 49ers at the Chicago Bears.

Amin | Schlereth | Pink

Multi-sport play-by-play announcer Adam Amin, in his third season with FOX, again pairs with three-time Super Bowl champion Mark Schlereth in the booth. Kristina Pink, in her 10th year with FOX, joins the duo with reporting duties. In Week 1, the crew calls the 1:00 PM ET Philadelphia Eagles at Detroit Lions matchup.

Albert | Vilma | Spake

Veteran play-by-play announcer Kenny Albert, celebrating his 29th season of FOX NFL coverage, is back with Super Bowl champion and Pro Bowl linebacker Jonathan Vilma for the third year. Shannon Spake handles reporting duties. An original FOX NFL broadcaster with the network since 1994, Albert is the longest-tenured FOX NFL game announcer. The trio kicks off their season in Week 1 with the New Orleans Saints at the Atlanta Falcons at 1:00 PM ET.

Kugler | Sanchez | Okmin

Kevin Kugler returns for his third season handling play-by-play duties, again teaming with former NFL quarterback Mark Sanchez, who led the New York Jets to consecutive AFC Championship Games in his first two pro seasons, in his second year as a game analyst. Laura Okmin reports from the sidelines. The crew is on the call in Week 1 for the New York Giants at Tennessee Titans at 4:25 PM ET.

Myers | Smith | Hale

In his 22nd season of FOX NFL coverage, veteran play-by-play caller Chris Myers pairs with longtime FOX college football analyst Robert Smith, working his first full season as an NFL analyst. Veteran reporter Jen Hale joins the crew with reporting duties. The announce team will be in Washington, D.C., in Week 1 as the Commanders host the Jacksonville Jaguars at 1:00 PM ET.

Additionally, FOX NFL rules analyst and former NFL Vice President of Officiating Dean Blandino joins the various broadcast crews throughout the year with his perspective on the most crucial game calls.

FOX Sports will announce its award-winning on-air studio broadcaster lineup in the near future.

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