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List Of Personalities On NFL Network - Former NFL Network Personalities
... Ernie Accorsi (2008) Analyst Jennifer Allen (2004–2012) Features Reporter Marcus Allen (2005–2006) Analyst Bobby Beathard (2007) Analyst Jerome. 2003–2012) Analyst Ken Norton (2003-2005) Analyst Jesse Palmer (2006–2007) Analyst Glenn Parker (2003–2006) Analyst Bill Patrick (2003–2004) Host Dan Reeves (2003–2006) Analyst Adam Schefter (2003–200 ... Louis Rams Tampa Bay Buccaneers Washington Redskins By event NFC Championship Game NFC Divisional Playoff Game NFC Wild Card Playoff Game Pre-merger events NFL Championship Game Playoff Bowl ...
Clark Kellogg - Broadcasting Career - CBS Sports
... From 1993–94, Kellogg served as a game analyst for the CBS Sports coverage of the NCAA Tournament ... joined CBS Sports full-time as a studio/game analyst for college basketball coverage, and was one of three in-studio hosts for March Madness along with ... He would typically work as the #2 game analyst until around Championship Week when he would move into the studio for the remainder of the season ...
David Norrie
... who currently works as a college football television game analyst for ESPN and ABC ... Conference championship and a berth in the 1986 Rose Bowl game against Iowa ... Norrie was injured in practice a week before the New Years Day game, and was forced to miss his start at QB in the bowl classic ...
Mark May - Broadcasting Career
... In 1995, May was hired by TNT as a studio analyst on its Sunday Night Football broadcasts ... In 1997, May became a game analyst for the Sunday Night Football broadcasts on TNT ... to Sunday Night Football following the 1997 season, May joined CBS Sports in 1998 as a game analyst for its NFL coverage from 1998–2000 ...

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    —Anonymous U.S. Analyst In 1967. Quoted in “The Uses of Anticommunism,” vol. 21, published in The Socialist Register (1985)

    Vanessa wanted to be a ballerina. Dad had such hopes for her.... Corin was the academically brilliant one, and a fencer of Olympic standard. Everything was expected of them, and they fulfilled all expectations. But I was the one of whom nothing was expected. I remember a game the three of us played. Vanessa was the President of the United States, Corin was the British Prime Minister—and I was the royal dog.
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