On Friday, ESPN announced that former National Football League quarterback and current analyst Matt Hasselbeck will join Sean McDonough as the color commentator for the Pro Bowl on January 28. ESPN announced Friday Hasselbeck will serve as the analyst for the national telecast.
Former Pro Bowl quarterback and ESPN analyst Matt Hasselbeck will be calling the Pro Bowl as a potential "audition" for the vacant color commentator role on Monday Night Football, ESPN executive Stephanie Druley announced in a statement to USA Today Sports.
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In a statement to the Indy Star, Hasselbeck said he "can't wait" to call the Skills Showdown and Pro Bowl. "This is one of the most high-profile and attractive positions in all of sports broadcasting so we want to take our time to ensure we make the best decision".
"Matt has experience calling games and will be a great fit alongside Sean McDonough for this Pro Bowl assignment". Hasselbeck would make for an interesting choice for Monday Night Football, offering a lower-key alternative to Peyton Manning, Tim Tebow, or other big names who have been floated for the job.
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After 18 seasons in the NFL, Hasselbeck signed with ESPN in March 2016 on the very day he retired from professional football.
The 2018 Pro Bowl airs Sunday, Jan. 28 at 12:00 p.m. PT on ESPN and ABC, live from Camping World Stadium in Orlando.
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