How to Watch Your Favorite NFL Broadcasters During the 2022 Season


The NFL broadcast schedule has undergone a number of changes this past season. With Thursday Night Football airing on a streaming service and fan-favorite broadcasters switching networks entirely, it may be hard to keep track of where and when you can hear those familiar voices calling plays on Sundays. Here’s a list of where some of the most well-known broadcasters ended up for the 2022 season.

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Tony Romo

Romo signed a massive contract extension (that made him the highest-paid TV analyst in history) with CBS in 2020, so the former Cowboys QB will be calling games for the network once again this year. 

Jim Nantz

Nantz will return to CBS for his sixth season alongside Tony Romo. CBS will carry a slew of Sunday games, particularly with AFC teams, as well as the Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve games this year. 

Nantz helped lead CBS’s AFC coverage, including the conference championship game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs. 

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Joe Buck

Buck left Fox Sports earlier this year to join ESPN for its Monday Night Football broadcast. Buck’s new five-year contract with the network is worth between $60 million and $75 million. 

Troy Aikman

Fans need not worry—the Buck/Aikman broadcast duo will not be separated as they team up for their 21st season together in the booth. Another Cowboys QB turned broadcaster, Aikman inked a huge deal as well: His contract with ESPN is worth roughly $90 million over the same five-year span as Buck.

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The Manning brothers

ESPN will continue their fan-favorite ManningCasts this year—the alternate broadcast is slated to run through 2024—for 10 games in the season, including Week 1’s Monday Night Football matchup between the Broncos and the Seahawks.

Lisa Salters

Salters has been the sideline reporter for ESPN’s Monday Night Football since 2012, making her the longest-tenured at that position in MNF football history. She also serves as a sideline reporter on ESPN’s NBA game broadcasts.

Amazon Prime Video

Al Michaels

Michaels joins Prime Video’s Thursday Night Football broadcast as its primary play-by-play guy. Michaels is expected to continue to do a few NBC games, including one of the playoffs games. It was reported when Michaels signed his deal with Amazon that his pay would roughly match that of Buck’s at ESPN. 

Kirk Herbstreit

ESPN’s lead college football analyst will double up this year and be a part of Prime Video’s broadcast team alongside Michaels (in addition to his Saturday ESPN duties). 

Andrea Kremer

With Michaels and Herbstreit taking over Thursday Night Football‘s main broadcast, the history-making duo Kremer and Hannah Storm will be pushed to an alternate broadcast. The first and only all-women booth in the NFL will make just two appearances this season, according to a press release from Amazon Studios. 

Hannah Storm

Storm will continue to be a part of the broadcast team with Kremer. The press release details that their new role will “delve deeper into storytelling,” with an alternate stream that will “feature live interviews with players and league insiders, behind-the-scenes stories from their decades covering the league, and much more from their unique perspectives.”

Kaylee Hartung

Hartung will serve as Prime Video‘s sideline reporter for its Thursday Night Football broadcast. The ABC correspondent has also spent time as a sideline reporter for ESPN, primarily focusing on the SEC. 


Cris Collinsworth

The lead NBC analyst will return for his 14th season with the network. Sunday Night Football has been the leading prime-time TV show for a record-setting 11 consecutive years.

Mike Tirico

Tirico will take Michael’s place at Sunday Night Football as the play-by-play announcer. He is also the prime-time host for NBC’s Olympic coverage. 

Maria Taylor

Taylor will serve as the host of Football Night in America on NBC. She joined the network after leaving ESPN in the summer of 2021. 

Fox Sports

Kevin Burkhardt

Burkhardt has been with Fox Sports since 2013 and will continue to serve as its lead voice this NFL season. Fox will carry a slew of Sunday games in ’22, particularly those with NFC teams. The network will also host a Thanksgiving-day game, as well as two games at Christmastime.

Greg Olsen

Olsen will join Burkhardt in the booth this year, though his spot is not a permanent gig, as the network has already agreed to have Tom Brady take the role as soon as the quarterback retires. 

Erin Andrews

The veteran reporter will return as part of Fox’s lead broadcasting crew for NFL. She was the first woman to be honored with the Pat Summerall Award, joining other broadcasters such as Cris Collinsworth, Al Michaels and Jim Nantz as recipients.

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