Berman to Stay

Tuesday, April 20, 2010


Chris Berman, the face of ESPN's "Sunday NFL Countdown" and "Monday Night Football," is staying with ESPN.


Along with his involvement in ESPN's NFL coverage Berman is the host of ESPN's U.S. Open golf coverage. Berman is the six-time national sportscaster of the year award winner and has been with ESPN since October of 1979, soon after the network was launched. Berman has become the face of the NFL branch of ESPN and is the anchor for all their NFL coverage.

The decision was not a quick and easy one for Berman. He was pursued by two major broadcasting companies, DirecTV and NFL Network. Berman has decided to stick with the network where he got his start, however saying, "Home is where the heart is."

The next time you can catch Berman on ESPN will be Thursday night where he is set to host ESPN's live coverage of the NFL draft at 4:30 p.m. (ET). Berman has hosted the NFL draft since 1987.




1 comments:

Kari.Ratkovich April 21, 2010 at 8:10 PM  

Berman says he will stay, but for how long? Just like many in the sports field, they stay long enough to get more experience and stature. Which inturn, means more money in the long run. Sure, I like everyone else, would like to think he is playing the noble card and staying true to his roots. Highly unlikely. How many times have we heard the "I love where I came from...." speech?

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