ET on Saturday night, setting the scene for the Cardinals-Packers divisional playoff game. I don’t like to travel but that is part of the deal. It will be a huge hire and there is no one in-house who is a logical successor.
Over the next 3 1/2 hours, in a playoff game for the ages, Michaels did what he does every week during the pro football season: perform NFL play-by-play better than anyone currently working, and arguably better than anyone in history. It’s a job neither Tom Hammond nor Dan Hicks, who have called NFL games for NBC, will likely be offered.
It was a thrilling production to watch especially if you had no rooting interest, a broadcast crew living up to the magic of Aaron Rodgers and Larry Fitzgerald and repeated coin flips. ” Michaels signed off on his 30th year of calling NFL games, including the last 10 announcing . So while watching Saturday night’s thrilling overtime game, I thought about legitimate possibilities to replace Michaels and centered on three names.
Baseball, Olympics, and Monday Night Football sportscaster; famously said 'Do You Believe In Miracles' during Team USA's historic 1980 Olympics hockey victory.
Rob Gronkowski is NOT dating ex-Patriots cheerleader Camille Kostek ... despite reports to the contrary, this according to multiple Gronk sources. we're told Rob and Camille "had a fling" a while back -- but it was never anything official and Gronk has moved on.
But Camille -- who was promoted as Gronk's GF during an appearance on "Barstool Sports" this week -- isn't letting it go.
He would not come cheap, nor am I sure he’d ever leave ESPN, but he represents the most logical successor given his age (49) and experience.
He and Cris Collinsworth would be a great fit together.