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Report: Dan Orlovsky lands significant new position at ESPN

Dan Orlovsky has gained popularity at ESPN with his no-nonsense NFL analysis over the past several years, and he will have another platform to deliver it this upcoming season. Orlovsky will join ESPN’s No. 2 NFL TV booth alongside Steve Levy and Louis Riddick, Andrew Marchand of the New York Post reports. The trio is set to call some “Monday Night Football” doubleheaders this season and then five games per season beginning in 2023.
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Dan Orlovsky Names Team To Beat In NFC East

We're still a few months away from the start of the regular season, but ESPN's Dan Orlovsky has already named the "team to beat" in the NFC East. According to Orlovsky, the Philadelphia Eagles are the best team in the NFC East heading into the fall. Orlovsky labeled the Eagles...
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Dan Orlovsky Has New ESPN Role: Fans React

Dan Orlovsky is going to have a new role with ESPN moving forward. Orlovsky will call NFL games with Steve Levy and Louis Riddick for the network, per Andrew Marchand of the New York Post. This will be ESPN's No. 2 commentary team since Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will...
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Dan Orlovsky Expected To Replace Brian Griese In ESPN’s Second NFL Booth

This season’s NFL media free agency period may be more interesting than the league’s actual free agency period. Within the last few weeks, rumors regarding Drew Brees departure from NBC have taken a number of interesting turns. Meanwhile, FOX locked up a multi-year deal with Tom Brady. Not to mention, Amazon has landed Kirk Herbstreit as its lead NFL analyst this season. Now, the media landscape has shifted its focus back to ESPN.
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Former Lions quarterback Dan Orlovsky promoted to ESPN’s No. 2 NFL broadcast team

Former Lions quarterback Dan Orlovsky has become a solid analyst for ESPN, and he’s now been promoted to a prominent game broadcast role. Dan Orlovsky did not have a distinguished career as an NFL quarterback, beyond lasting over a decade as a career backup. Fans certainly best remember him from being run out of the back of the end zone by Jared Allen as the Detroit Lions’ quarterback in 2008. The play personified that 0-16 campaign for Detroit.
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ESPN promotes Dan Orlovsky to No. 2 NFL booth after Fox Sports pursuit

The NFL TV free-agency carousel has yet another move as Dan Orlovsky will join Steve Levy and Louis Riddick Jr. on ESPN’s No. 2 NFL TV booth, The Post has learned. ESPN declined comment.  The position is significant. While ESPN has signed Joe Buck and Troy Aikman as its No. 1 team, Levy and Riddick will call a handful of games this year and then around five per season beginning in 2023. Levy and Riddick also received contract extensions, cementing them on NFL games. Orlovsky was pursued by Fox Sports, according to sources, where he would have fronted a five-day-a-week NFL show and...
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