ESPN is launching a new broadcast team this season, after luring Fox’s Joe Buck and Troy Ekman to join side journalist Lisa Salters and rules analyst John Barry. Michelle Beisner-Buck also joins the team to provide featured content.
The crew will hit the ground running and get Russell WilsonReturning to Seattle for his first appearance in the Broncos in the first week. The football season ends on Monday night with a double header to be announced on January 7.
Here’s the full Monday night football schedule:
September 12 – Denver in Seattle
September 19 – Tennessee at Buffalo and Minnesota in Philadelphia (ABC Exclusive)
September 26 – Dallas at the New York Giants
October 3 – LA Rams in San Francisco
October 10 – Las Vegas in Kansas City
Oct 17 – Denver at LA Chargers
October 24 – Chicago, New England
Sunday October 30 – Denver vs Jacksonville (London international)
Oct 31 – Cincinnati in Cleveland
November 7 – Baltimore in New Orleans
November 14 – Washington in Philadelphia
November 21 – San Francisco, Arizona
November 28 – Pittsburgh, Indianapolis
December 5 – New Orleans in Tampa Bay
December 12 – New England in Arizona
December 19 – Ramez in Green Bay
Dec 26 – LA Chargers in Indianapolis
Jan 2 – Buffalo, Cincinnati
January 7 – TBD Double Head
ESPN will continue with an alternative advertising option in the form of “ManningCast” with Peyton and Eli Manning. “ManningCast” was broadcast for nine regular seasons of Monday night and weekend football matches on ESPN’s Wild Card during the 2021 season.
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