Found August 10, 2013 on Sports Media Watch:
NBC’s Al Michaels has pleaded to a lesser charge in his DUI case and will receive probation. In other news, former MLBer Gabe Kapler is joining Fox Sports 1, and former NFL WR Randy Moss […]
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  NBC Sports announcer Al Michaels was busted for DUI during the offseason. It looks like Michaels was able to strike and deal and land two years probation. Black Sports Online has some details. But, he struck a deal with the prosecution and pleaded no contest to reckless driving. He was sentence to 80 hours of community service and two years probation. Need NFL Tickets? Loading...

Straight analysis, homey? Randy Moss reportedly in talks to join FOX Sports 1

Randy Moss announced his retirement from the NFL back in August of 2011, but made a respectable comeback during the 2012 season with the San Francisco 49ers, catching 28 balls and 3 touchdowns. Although he hasn’t announced that he is re-retiring, the news that he may be joining the soon-to-be-launched FOX Sports 1 in some […]The post Straight analysis, homey? Randy Moss reportedly...

Al Michaels Gets 2 Years Probation For DUI Arrest

Michaels was pretty wasted when he was popped for DUI. But, he struck a deal with the prosecution and pleaded no contest to reckless driving. He was sentence to 80 hours of community service and two years probation.

Randy Moss hired as TV analyst for FOX Sports 1

Greatest hire ever or greatest hire ever? Former NFL wide receiver Randy Moss is joining new sports TV network Fox Sports 1. The wide receiver tweeted this note on Friday, which confirmed a Pro Football Talk report. Thanks for the luv peeps!!FOX BOOM — Randy Moss (@RandyMoss) August 9, 2013 Moss now joins the same [...]

Randy Moss joining Fox Sports 1 in undefined role

credit: getty images Randy Moss is headed back to your television, just not as a active NFL player. Instead the 36-year-old Moss has joined Fox Sports 1. With the launch of Fox Sports 1 in a week the company had aggressively been seeking out analysts and former players. Moss tweeted out a message earlier today thanking FOX for the love they have shown him. Thanks for the luv peeps...

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Report: Randy Moss Close To Deal To Join Fox Sports 1 As Analyst

Randy Moss as an NFL receiver liked to talk, but only when he feels like. We now get the chance to see if Moss will talk for money. Thacover2 is reporting that Moss is close to finalizing a deal to join Fox Sports in several different capacities. The full scope of his duties isn’t currently known, but Moss is expected to contribute to FOX Football Daily on the new FOX Sports...

Report: Randy Moss to sign with FOX

According to ProFootballTalk.com, former NFL wide receiver Randy Moss has a tentative agreement to join FOX. The future Hall of Famer has a tentative deal with FOX, a source with knowledge of the situation tells PFT.  The deal isn’t finalized, but no glitches currently are expected.  (Especially if he’s paid a certain specific way.) The full scope of his duties isn’t currently...

Bring Your 84 Jerseys Out: Randy Moss Signs With Fox Sports 1

  The ever mercurial Randy Moss is moving to television baby. In an absolute genius move, Fox Sports 1 has brought Randy Moss on board to contribute to their new shows – Fox FootbalL Daily & Fox NFL Kickoff. Moss, who spent last year in a limited role with the 49ers, was not the only recently retired NFLer to join FS1 as the new channel tries to execute it’s strategy...

Randy Moss reportedly to join Fox Sports 1

In its continued hiring spree, Fox Sports is reportedly hiring former wide receiver Randy Moss as an NFL analyst. On the surface, this appears to be a very strange hiring as Moss' press conferences especially with New England and Oakland could border on the bizarre. But there was no doubt that Moss was a character when he played. Pro Football Talk is reporting that Moss...

Randy Moss joining Fox Sports

Coming soon to a TV near you... none other than Randy Moss. Widespread speculation that his days on the field had come to an end after a less than impressive performance in last season's Super Bowls have been confirmed today as Moss has reportedly signed on to Fox Sports 1, a new network that launches on August 17th. Fox is undoubtedly bringing in a major personality in Moss...

Report: Randy Moss to Join FOX Sports as Analyst, Ending NFL Career

Randy Moss never liked talking to the media much during his NFL career, but that might be difficult to maintain as he ventures into his new career. Moss was close to a deal with FOX Sports to become an analyst for the network on Friday, according to Pro Football Talk. If there were any questions, though, Moss answered them with a forward tweet about his new gig later Friday afternoon...

Randy Moss Officially Signs On With Fox Sports 1

From the NFL side Fox Sports 1 has done an excellent job putting together some interesting characters for their lineup. I am on record saying that I think Randy Moss will be better on TV than Ray Lewis. We will see how it all plays out. SB Nation breaks down Moss’ duties on the job. Fox Sports announced something that had been rumored since Friday: Moss will join Fox Sports 1 as...

Randy Moss Close to a Deal With Fox Sports 1

Randy Moss is one of the most intelligent football players around (hate to break the stereotype) and while he definitely had some ups and downs in his career, his addition to Fox Sports 1 would be a step in the right direction for the new network. While ESPN did the expected in signing Ray Lewis, I am much more interested in hearing Moss’ take on things in the NFL. The future Hall...
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