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Report: Former Giants OL David Diehl joins Fox broadcast team

By Josh Katzowitz | NFL Writer

David Diehl retired seven months ago, but he has another job now. (USATSI)
David Diehl retired seven months ago, but he has another job now. (USATSI)

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We already knew Pam Oliver had been bumped down to Fox's No. 2 NFL broadcast team in order to make room for Erin Andrews on the first team along with Joe Buck and Troy Aikman.

But according to Awful Announcing, the latest addition to the Fox broadcasting family is David Diehl, who retired from the NFL in January and who now will be paired with play-by-play man Thom Brennaman in the booth and Laura Okmin on the sidelines.

Meanwhile, Oliver will join the No. 2 broadcast team of Kevin Burkhardt and John Lynch.

It'll also be an interesting season for play-by-play man Dick Stockton, who will work with a rotating group of color analysts that includes former quarterbacks Brady Quinn and Donovan McNabb and former linebacker Kirk Morrison.

As for Fox NFL Sunday, that entire group of pregame hosts, analysts, reporters and funny men will return en masse this season, but since you should be watching NFL Today on CBS, it'd be irrelevant to write all of their names.

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