Monday, July 14, 2008
According to Pro Football Talk, ESPN has brought on recently retired QB Trent Dilfer as an analyst for the upcoming season. This now makes a good 45 people or so involved with the NFL on the "Leader"*. Via Pro Football Talk....
Fresh from his NFL retirement, quarterback Trent Dilfer has landed a new gig in television.I don't even know where Trent Dilfer will even fit in unless the plan on leaving him on the mini field the entire time. Again, just throwing numbers at a problem isn't going to fix it. The Countdowns are beyond help, but I really think NFL Live could be a great show if they gave Trey Wingo a consistent cast of people to work with. In the past two weeks he's probably worked with over ten different people and that's not including the current players that were guest analysts.
ESPN has hired Dilfer as an NFL Studio Analyst. We’re advised that Dilfer, the former Bucs, Ravens, Seahawks, Browns, and 49ers quarterback, will have a significant role on Sundays and Mondays during the season, and that he’ll be involved in the Super Bowl and draft coverage.
He’ll make his first ESPN appearance on NFL Live on Monday at 4:00 p.m. EDT.
An industry source advises us that it’s a three-year contract between Dilfer and ESPN.
Dilfer Joins ESPN (Pro Football Talk)
(*I have no data to back this up, but it could very well be the number)
Posted by Awful Announcing- at 2:59 PM