Brian Anderson is currently the primary game analyst and color commentator for FOX Sports’ coverage of the Tampa Bay Rays.

He is a retired MLB pitcher, World Series Champion, and twelve-year veteran with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Cleveland Indians, Kansas City Royals and Arizona Diamondbacks.

After retiring in 2005, Brian began his broadcasting career and served as a baseball analyst for SportsTime Ohio calling Indians games.


Ronde Barber is currently a NFL analyst for Fox Sports, serving as a game analyst for the NFL on Fox.

Drafted in the third round in 1997, Ronde spent his entire career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. During his 16 years in the NFL, Ronde was a five time Pro-Bowl selection at cornerback and a Super Bowl champion.

He is a member of the NFL 2000’s All-Decade Team, is the only cornerback in NFL history to record 28 sacks and 47 interceptions and holds the record for most consecutive starts by a defensive back.

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Tiki Barber is currently a host of CBS Sports Radio’s midday show, “Tiki & Tierney,” and co-founder/chairman of Thuzio, an online platform connecting the public with professional athletes.

Drafted in the second round in 1997, Tiki spent his entire 10 year NFL career with the New York Giants and was a three-time Pro Bowl selection at running back. He went on to become the Giants all-time leader in rushing yards and is a member of the team’s “Ring of Honor.”

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Lance Briggs is currently a studio analyst on "Bears Pregame Live" and "Bears Postgame Live" for Comcast SportsNet Chicago.

Briggs, who completed his 12-year NFL career as a linebacker last season, has been a part of the Comcast SportsNet family since 2010, as the featured co-host of “The Lance Briggs Show” with Pat Boyle.

He was originally drafted by the Chicago Bears in the third round of the 2003 NFL Draft and has remained with the franchise ever since.

Over the course of his career, Briggs has tallied 1,174 total tackles, 15.0 total sacks, and 16 interceptions. He earned First-team All-Pro honors in 2005 and has been named to the Pro-Bowl seven times (2005-2011).


Troy Brown is currently an NFL analyst for Comcast SportsNet New England.  He is a former NFL wide receiver for the New England Patriots and 3x Super Bowl Champion (2001, 2003, 2004).

Brown was drafted by the New England Patriots the 8th round of the 1993 NFL Draft, where he remained for the entirety of his 15-year career.

Brown is the second-longest playing Patriot in history, retiring from football after 15 seasons with the team in 2008. He ranks second in franchise history for both receptions (557) and receiving yards (6,366). In 2010, Brown was elected into the College Football Hall of Fame, and has since been honored by being inducted into the New England Patriot Hall of Fame in 2012, as well as the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame in 2016.

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Nate Burleson is currently an analyst on NFL Network's daily morning show, Good Morning Football and on CBS's The NFL Today.

Nate is an 11-year NFL veteran wide receiver, who was originally drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the third round of the 2003 NFL Draft.

He later went on to play for the Seattle Seahawks (2006-2009) before signing with the Detroit Lions (2010-2013). After the 2013-2014 NFL season, Nate signed with the Cleveland Browns.

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Chris is currently a NFL analyst and co-host of Humpty & Canty on ESPN Radio.  Additionally, Chris contributes to First Things First on FOX Sports 1 and Good Morning Football on NFL Network.

Canty is a ten-year NFL veteran defensive end, having most recently played for the Baltimore Ravens.

Drafted in the fourth round in 2005 by the Dallas Cowboys, Chris spent three seasons in Dallas before signing with the New York Giants in 2009.  While with the Giants, Chris was a part of the team that won Super Bowl XLVI in 2011 over the New England Patriots.

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Jay Feely is currently a college football analyst and NFL analyst for CBS Sports.

He is a former NFL kicker, who last played for the Arizona Cardinals.  Jay played 13 seasons in the NFL for the Atlanta Falcons, New York Giants, Miami Dolphins, Kansas City Chiefs, New York Jets, and Arizona Cardinals.  He was named a Pro-Bowler in 2005 and won a National Championship with the University of Michigan in 1997.

During his pro football career, he has held numerous on-air assignments, including hosting a Monday morning radio show on Star 94 in Atlanta for four years, co-hosting the Tuesday night “Dolphins Live” football show on WTVJ in Miami, as well as three radio shows on Fox Radio, ESPN radio and The Ticket in Miami.  

Jay has also hosted ESPN’s “First Take,” been a guest analyst on various Fox Business Channel programs, contributed to political and current events programming airing on FOX News Channel, and has blogged on sports and finance for

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Scott Gomez is currently an assistant coach for the New York Islanders.  He is a 15-year NHL veteran center, who most recently played for the Ottawa Senators. He most recently served as an analyst for the NHL Network and NBC Sports Network.

The New Jersey Devils originally drafted Gomez as the 27th overall pick of the 1998 NHL Entry Draft. He made his NHL debut for the Devils during the 1999-2000 season, making him the first native Alaskan to play in the NHL. In his rookie season he was awarded the Calder Trophy as the league's top rookie, played in the NHL All-Star Game, and scored 10 points in the 2000 NHL playoffs as the Devils won the Stanley Cup. 

Gomez later went on to play for the New York Rangers (2007-2009), Montreal Canadiens (2009-2012), San Jose Sharks (2012-2013), Florida Panthers (2013-2014), returned to the New Jersey Devils (2014-2015), and most recently for the St. Louis Blues (2015-2016), and the Ottawa Senators (2015-2016).

Over the course of his pro career, he has been a 2x NHL Stanley Cup Champion (’99-’00 & ’02-03), a 2x NHL All-Star (’99-’00 & ’07-’08), earned NHL All-Rookie Team honors in 1999 and was awarded the Calder Memorial Trophy as the NHL’s top rookie in 1999, and has played in over 1,000 NHL games.  Additionally, he led the NHL in assists with 56 during the 2003-2004 season.

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Rodney Harrison is a retired NFL safety and 15-year veteran of the NFL, currently serving as an analyst on NBC’s “Football Night In America,” the most watched show on Sunday nights for 17 consecutive weeks during the NFL season.

Rodney finished his career with two Super Bowl rings with the New England Patriots and as the league’s all-time leader in sacks by a defensive back. A four-time All-Pro selection and two-time Pro Bowler, Harrison is one of only two players in NFL history to record at least 30 sacks and 30 interceptions (34) in a career.

Drafted in 1994 by San Diego, he played for the Chargers for nine seasons and was the team’s Defensive Player of the Year four times. Selected twice to the Pro Bowl, he was also named to the Associated Press All-Pro First Team in 1998, 2001 and 2003 and earned 2004 Second Team honors. Harrison spent six seasons (2003-08) with New England, in which he was voted as a defensive captain in each of his first four seasons.

Off the field, Harrison’s Patriots’ teammates honored him with the 2006 Ed Block Courage Award.

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Ryan Hollins currently serves as an on-air personality and co-host for ESPN's family of networks, making contributions to First TakeNación ESPN, ESPN Radio, and more.

Hollins is a retired ten-year NBA veteran center, having played his final NBA season for the Memphis Grizzlies in 2015-16.

Drafted as the 50th overall pick in the 2006 NBA Draft by the Charlotte Bobcats, Ryan spent almost three season in Charlotte before leaving for the Dallas Mavericks in 2008-09.  Additionally, he played for the Minnesota Timberwolves (2009-10), Cleveland Cavaliers (2011-12), Boston Celtics (2011-12), Los Angeles Clippers (2012-14), Sacramento Kings (2014-15), Washington Wizards (2015-16), and Memphis Grizzlies (2015-16).

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Ray Lucas is currently an analyst for SNY New York Jets football where he has been since retiring from the NFL in 2006, after an eight-year professional career. He also serves as the network's studio-based NFL analyst on a number of SNY's New York Jets shows, including "Jets Post Game Live!," "Jets Extra Point," "Jets Nation," and SNY's Jets Draft show. In addition, Lucas contributes to "Daily News Live", "SportsNite”, and various ESPN Radio shows.

Additionally Ray is a studio analyst for Big Ten Network, game analyst for college football on Rutgers University Radio, and serves as a contributor on various ESPN Radio shows.

Ray’s Memior, “Under Pressure: How Playing Football Almost Cost Me Everything and Why I’d Do It All Again,” will be released in September 2014.

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Kenyon Martin most recently joined team Trilogy of the BIG3 Basketball League and helped lead the team to win the league’s inaugural championship.

Martin is a fifteen-year NBA veteran center and power forward, having played his final NBA season for the Milwaukee Bucks.

Drafted as the first overall pick in the 2000-01 NBA Draft by the New Jersey Nets, Kenyon spent four season in New Jersey before leaving for the Denver Nuggets in 2004-05.  He played seven seasons with the Nuggets (2004-05 to 2010-11), one season with the Los Angeles Clippers (2011-12), two seasons with the New York Knicks (2012-2014), and his final NBA season with the Bucks (2014-15).

He was named an NBA All-Star in 2003-04 and helped lead the New Jersey Nets to two back-to-back NBA Finals appearances in 2003 and 2004.

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Donovan McNabb is currently a college football analyst for beIN Sports Network and a co-host of "McNabb & Custer" on ESPN Radio.

Previously, he served as a panelist on Fox Sports 1’s Fox Sports Live and hosted a weekday radio show on NBC Sports Radio.

McNabb played 13 seasons as an NFL quarterback, primarily with the Philadelphia Eagles. He was taken by the team with the second overall selection in the 1999 draft and went on to lead the organization to eight postseasons, including five NFC East Division championships, five NFC Championship Games and the team’s first Super Bowl appearance in 24 years.

He was selected to six Pro Bowls, was twice named a finalist for the NFL’s Man of the Year Award and finished second in the MVP voting following the 2000 season.

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Brian Mitchell is a host and analyst for Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic and ESPN 980. 

Mitchell is a 13-year NFL veteran with the Washington Redskins, Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants, having retired in 2004.

Mitchell ranks second all-time in all-purpose yards in NFL history, made the Pro Bowl in 1995 and helped lead the Redskins to a win in Super Bowl XXVI.

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Jeff Nelson currently serves as a MLB Analyst for FOX Sports Florida and, and as a host on SiriusXM’s MLB Network Radio.

A 15-year MLB veteran, Nelson was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1984 and made his MLB debut with the Seattle Mariners in 1992. Throughout his career, he played for the Mariners (1992-95, 2001-03, 2005), New York Yankees (1996-2000, 2003), Texas Rangers (2004), and the Chicago White Sox (2006).

He won four World Series rings with the Yankees and was named an American League All-Star in 2001. Over his career, he racked up 829 strikeouts and sported a lifetime ERA of 3.41.

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Rob is currently a NFL analyst on Comcast SportsNet New England.

Ninkovich is a retired ten-year NFL veteran linebacker, having most recently played for the New England Patriots (2009-2016).

Drafted in the fifth round in 2006 by the New Orleans Saints, Chris spent one seasons in New Orleans and one season with the Miami Dolphins (2007) before signing with the New England Patriots in 2009.  While with the Patriots, Rob won two Super Bowl Championships (XLIX, LI).

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CJ is currently serving as the game analyst/color commentator for the Texas Rangers on FOX Sports Southwest.  Additionally, he hosts The Leadoff Spot and Loud Outs on MLB Network Radio.

Prior to joining the Rangers’ broadcast team, CJ was a baseball analyst for FOX Sports 1 and CBS Sports Radio.

He was a first round draft choice (9th overall) of the Cincinnati Reds in 1994. During his 19-year career he also played for the Detroit Tigers, Houston Astros, NY Mets, NY Yankees, Texas Rangers, Atlanta Braves and Washington Nationals. Additionally he spent 4 years pitching in Japan and South Korea. In 2012 he played the role of Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Dutch Leonard in the Warner Brothers Pictures film 42, which chronicled the life of Jackie Robinson.

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Dan O'Dowd is currently an on-air analyst for MLB Network and contributor to

He is the former General Manager of the Colorado Rockies, having held the position from September 1999 to October 2014.

Prior to joining the Rockies, O’Dowd worked for the Cleveland Indians as director of player development from 1988 - 1992 and assistant general manager from 1993 - 1998.

Before being employed by the Indians, O’Dowd worked in the front office of the Baltimore Orioles organization through 1986 in various capacities including sales, marketing, and minor league operations.

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Carlos Peña is currently an analyst on MLB Network and a college baseball analyst on ESPN.

Over his 13 year career in the Major Leagues, Carlos played for the Texas Rangers, Oakland Athletics, Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox, Tampa Bay Rays, Chicago Cubs, Houston Astros and Kansas City Royals.

Carlos has won numerous awards including the Silver Slugger Award (2007), AL Comeback Player of the Year Award (2007) and Gold Glove Award (2008). He helped lead the Rays to their first AL Pennant in 2008, was named an All-Star in 2009 and was the AL Co-Leader in home runs that season as well.

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Jeremy “J.R.” Roenick was born January 17, 1970, and is a former American National Hockey League player. He was drafted eighth overall in the NHL Entry Draft in 1988 by the Chicago Blackhawks.

He played for the Chicago Blackhawks, Phoenix Coyotes, Philadelphia Flyers, Los Angeles Kings, and the San Jose Sharks over the course of his 20 year NHL season career.

He represented TEAM USA in numerous international tournaments, including two Olympics, 98′ & 02′ collecting a Silver Medal in Salt Lake City 2002. On November 10, 2007, he became the third American-born player to score 500 Goals.

On August 6, 2009, Roenick announced his retirement from the National Hockey League. Roenick finished his career having scored 513 goals with 703 assists in 1,363 games, for a total of 1,216 points.  In 2010, JR was inducted in to the United States Hockey Hall of Fame.

Jeremy is famously noted as one of the most colorful personalities on and off the ice, and undeniably the most fan friendly star the NHL has ever produced.  Charitable work has always been a big part of Jeremy’s life, traveling North America supporting many causes helping to raise money and awareness.

Jeremy is currently enjoying his post playing career as an analyst for NBC Sports.  His career as an analyst kicked off working for NBC ‘s network coverage of the 2010 Winter Olympics and he has been with NBC Sports ever since.

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Bart Scott is currently an NFL analyst on CBS' Sunday pregame show, "The NFL Today."

Bart joined CBS after working as an analyst on CBS Sports Network’s That Other Pregame Show during the 2013-2014 NFL season.

He is an 11-year NFL veteran linebacker, having played with the Baltimore Ravens (2002-2008) and New York Jets (2009-2012). In 2006, he was a Pro Bowl selection and earned All Pro honors.

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Lawrence Taylor is widely regarded as the greatest defensive player in the history of the National Football League.

He spent his entire career with the New York Giants, leading them to two Super Bowl titles and was the first player in the history to be selected to the Pro Bowl in ten consecutive seasons. He was also the unanimous selection to the NFL's 75th Anniversary team, which honored the top players in the history of the game.

In 1981, Lawrence was named the NFL’s Rookie of the Year, Most Valuable Player in 1986 and was the three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year. In 1999, during his first year of eligibility, he was inducted into the Hall of Fame.

Lawrence has written two best selling books (“Living on the Edge” and “Over The Edge”), has appeared in feature films “Any Given Sunday,” “The Waterboy” and “Shaft”, and was most recently featured in the Showtime documentary, “LT: The Life & Times”, chronicling his NFL career both on and off the field.

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Amy is currently an NFL analyst for CBS Sports, where she contributes primarily to CBS Sports Network’s football pregame show “That Other Pregame Show.”  She is also a regular panelist on the all-female CBS Sports program, "We Need to Talk."

Trask was one of the highest-ranking women in American professional sports, serving as CEO of the Oakland Raiders from 1997 until May 2013.

In all, she spent over 26 years with the Raiders organization where she became the NFL's first female front-office executive and primarily served as Al Davis' most trusted advisor. As CEO, Amy was in charge of all non-football operations for the team and oversaw everything from sponsorships to TV contracts to stadium rights, as well as representing the organization at league meetings. Under her watch, the Raiders won four Division Championships (1990, 2000, 2001 and 2002) and one AFC Championship (2002).

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Benjamin is currently a Tight End for the New Orleans Saints.

Benjamin is an 12-year NFL veteran, having played for the New England Patriots (2004-2009), the Cleveland Browns (2010-2012), the New Orleans Saints (2013-2015, 2018), and the Baltimore Ravens (2016-2017). While with the Patriots, Benjamin was a part of the 2004 team that won Super Bowl XXXIX.

Benjamin serves on the NFL Players Association’s Executive Committee.

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Dontrelle Willis is currently an MLB analyst at FOX Sports.

Willis had a nine-year MLB career as a starting pitcher.  He played for the Florida Marlins (2003-2007), Detroit Tigers (2008-2010), Arizona Diamondbacks (2010), and the Cincinnati Reds (2011).  Willis was known for his unconventional pitching style, which included a high leg kick and an exaggerated twisting away from the batter.

Over the course of his career, Dontrelle won a World Series as a member of the Marlins in 2005, earned NL Rookie of the Year honors in 2003, and was named an All-Star twice, in both 2003 and 2005.  Additionally, in 2005 he was the National League wins champion, ending the season with a career-high 22 regular season wins.

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