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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 and burst onto the scene. Steve Lepore reports:
Moss was part of a larger announcement of the cast for the two shows. Joining him will be hosts Curt Menefee and Mike Hill, fellow analysts Ronde Barber, Brian Urlacher andScott Fujita, as well as network rules analyst Mike Pereira and college football analyst Joel Klatt. Insider extraordinaire Jay Glazer will have an increased presence on the two shows. Current Fox NFL Sunday regulars Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Jimmy Johnson, Troy Aikman, Michael Strahan and John Lynch will also appear on the two shows.
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