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Thursday Night Football On CBS: Behind The Scenes

“The NFL On CBS”.

A broadcast tradition going back to September 30th, 1956, Washington at Pittsburgh. (Steelers won, 30-13)

And now, in it’s (by my math) 58th season, there’s a new tradition. 96 more words

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(PODCAST) Jim Nantz Tells Fan Interference That Lovie Smith's Style Can Still Work

Jim Nantz of CBS Sports calls some of the biggest sporting events in the world every year, and now that CBS is carrying Thursday Night Football, he’ll be on the call for the Bucs’ Thursday night game in Atlanta. 177 more words

Sports

10 Moments During The Chiefs' Fumble That Wasn't

DENVER (CBS4) - A day after the Denver Broncos escaped with a 24-17 win at home against the Kansas City Chiefs — their second nail-biter to open the season — coach John Fox addressed the turnover that never was. 808 more words

Sports

Jim Nantz: For Once, It's Good To See Focus Shifted Away From The Field

PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) – Lead NFL on CBS play-by-play broadcaster Jim Nantz joined “The Fan Morning Show” to talk about the Ray Rice situation and its latest developments. 326 more words

Sports

Jim Nantz on prepping for NFL games: 'The way I'm wired, I read everything'

NEW YORK -Jim Nantz’s schedule got even more crowded this fall. After spending his spring and summer as the lead play-by-play voice for CBS’ NCAA Tournament coverage and anchor of the network’s golf broadcasts, he’s back alongside Phil Simms every Sunday to announce CBS’ number one national NFL game. 1,203 more words

NFL

Phil Simms Considers Not Using 'Redskins' On TV

NEW YORK (AP) — CBS lead analyst Phil Simms is considering referring to the Redskins only as “Washington” when he broadcasts the team’s game against the Giants next month. 144 more words

Sports

Lead analyst on CBS considering not using Redskins name during games

NEW YORK – CBS lead analyst Phil Simms is considering referring to the Redskins only as “Washington” when he broadcasts the team’s game against the Giants next month. 135 more words

Sports