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What a surprise. One of the legendary voices in sports history, Brent Musburger, is no longer associated with Silver and Black.
The regular season 2022 begins Thursday night, Sept. 3, with defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams hosting the talented Buffalo Bills.
But the first NFL competition of the coming year takes place in Canton, Ohio. It’s the annual Hall of Fame game, and it plays Las Vegas Raiders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars. Each franchise has a legendary player enrolled this year: the Raiders ‘wide receiver Cliff Branch and the Jaguars’ tackle Tony Boselli.
But there’s a legend who will not be part of Las Vegas’ radio broadcast team for that match or the upcoming season.
The iconic television station that gained fame back in the mid-1970s as host of CBS ‘ NFL todayjoined the Raiders ‘radio broadcast team in 2018. His fabled “you see live” opening to a show or game he called is as recognizable as Michael Buffers’ “Let’s Get Ready to Rumble.”
“Many thanks to the Raiders for fond memories. I’ll miss broadcaster Lincoln Kennedy and the radio production team. What’s next? I hear Mike Trout may be stepping down as commissioner of his fantasy league. You never know!”
So who’s going to take over the Musburger radio box? The news is obviously recent and speculation will now begin. Will Kennedy return as an analyst? Or will there be a total overhaul?
Musburger made every broadcast, either in a pre-game show or a game, a memorable event. He possesses one of the most recognizable voices in the subject. He has been in the spotlight for almost 50 years. It will be fascinating to see where he lands next.