Michael Irvin Might Have A New Home

Monday, July 21, 2008

It's been awhile since Michael Irvin has had a network to call his own, but after the August 4th HOF Induction Ceremony he very well could be calling the NFL Network home. Irvin will be working the event for the NFL-N and future projects are sure to follow....

NFL Network returns to Canton, Ohio for the 45th Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony honoring the Class of 2008. NFL Network’s broadcast team is headlined by 2007 inductee Michael Irvin, Fran Charles, Steve Mariucci, and Adam Schefter for seven hours of live, high-definition coverage on Saturday, August 2 beginning at 4 p.m. ET.

Irvin, who last year delivered a stirring Hall of Fame induction speech, joins NFL Network’s Hall of Fame team to offer a first-hand perspective of the emotions felt by inductees as they enter the fraternity of pro football legends.

“There’s no better example of true passion for the game and the honor felt by becoming a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame than the emotional induction speech given by Michael last year,” said NFL Network Executive Producer Eric Weinberger. “His respect for what the Hall of Fame stands for and the legends it celebrates resonates with every football fan. We welcome his insights and knowledge as part of our team from Canton.”
I said it then and I'll say it now, Irvin's speech last year was what it's all about. It was good to finally see a real side to the man and not the overacting analyst he portrayed on ESPN. Hopefully he brings more honesty to this broadcast and maybe he'll work out for the NFL Network. Lord knows they need to add something that's not Deion Sanders.

Irvin joins NFL Network's Hall of Fame coverage (NFL Network)

4 Comments:

He's quickly made a name for himself with his midday radio show on ESPN 103.3 FM in Dallas-Ft. Worth. He's gotten a lot of top-notch guests and surprised some observers. His show is also the one place where Adam Jones will give interviews. Apparently, since Jones was traded to the Cowboys Irvin and Deion have taken him under their wing, in an effort to provide him with a good influence and help him get his life back on track.

James said...
Jul 21, 2008, 9:48:00 AM  

Art Monk is still better.

GMoney said...
Jul 21, 2008, 10:46:00 AM  

I like Deion Sanders and I like to go primetime. I'm glad Emmitt Smith is not joing the network. Deion Sanders knows what he's talking about, Irvin is another ignorant,loudmouth "analyst".

Anonymous said...
Jul 21, 2008, 11:09:00 AM  

Irvin should be HOF 09 or later, no way he should have gotten in before Monk. Irvin only got in because was working for the WWL at the time.

Plus how bad is Adam Jones that Deoin Sanders and Michael Irvin are his mentors?

jg said...
Jul 21, 2008, 1:17:00 PM  

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