ESPN has employed former Arizona State University quarterback Brock Osweiler as a college-football analyst for the upcoming season.
He will work with play-by-play commentator Anish Shroff and sideline reporter Taylor McGregor, the community introduced.
“College football is so special, and there’s nothing like the pageantry and excitement that takes over the stadium on a fall Saturday,” Osweiler stated in a press release.
“I can’t wait to be part of the team at ESPN and share the perspective and passion I have for the game I love. Since retiring, I’ve thought about football every day and I’m truly excited for this next chapter.”
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Osweiler performed for ASU and three NFL groups
Osweiler performed three seasons at ASU, from 2009-11. The Denver Broncos chosen him within the second spherical of the NFL draft in 2012. He performed for the Broncos, Houston Texans and Miami Dolphins earlier than retiring in 2019.
Steve Ackels, ESPN’s vice chairman for manufacturing, stated in a press release that “Brock is a tremendous addition to our industry-leading crew of college football commentators. He brings a fantastic football IQ and perspective to the booth. We look forward to having him join our team this season.”
Osweiler lives in Scottsdale along with his spouse and two daughters.
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