FOX Sports Radio Kicks Off New Weekend Football Lineup
|RADIO ONLINE | Thursday, September 12, 2019|
FOX Sports Radio (FSR) has announced its weekend lineup for the 2019 fall season. Effective immediately, FSR's new weekend roster features an ensemble of sports entertainment personalities, former players and analysts to provide around-the-clock coverage, including live game-day reaction, analysis and interviews.
Former Pro Bowl Wide Receiver and T.J. Houshmandzadeh joins the network and partners with FSR personality Steve Hartman on Saturdays in the 1-4pm ET. Additionally, six-year NFL Tight End George Wrighster partners with FSR's Mike Harmon on Sundays from 9-11am ET for the first half of football season, and then 10-year NFL Safety/Super Bowl champ Will Blackmon will co-host with Harmon from November through the Super Bowl.
The following former NFL players continue as hosts, giving listeners a look at the weekend in both college and professional football: Former Notre Dame Quarterback, first round draft pick and FOX Big Noon Kickoff analyst Brady Quinn (Sundays 8-11pm ET), three-time Pro Bowler Lincoln Kennedy (Saturdays 6-10am ET), 13-year NFL tackle and NFC champion Ephraim Salaam (Sundays 5-8pm ET), five-year NFL cornerback/return specialist Bucky Brooks (Saturdays 4-8pm ET) and six-year NFL guard Rich Ohrnberger (Sundays 1-5pm ET).
FOX NFL Sunday, which was inducted into the NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame as America's most watched NFL pregame show for the past 25 years, returns home to FSR with a simulcast on Sundays at 12pm ET. FOX NFL Sunday is co-hosted by Terry Bradshaw and Curt Menefee with analysis from Howie Long, Jimmy Johnson and Michael Strahan
"From weekdays to weekends, early mornings to overnights, FOX Sports Radio is LIVE 24-7 reacting to the biggest stories in sports," stated Premiere Networks VP/Sports Programming Scott Shapiro. "With the most talented and credible personalities in the industry, FOX Sports Radio delivers instant reaction before games, during games when monumental plays happen, directly after games, and anytime sports news breaks."