Larry Fitzgerald Joins ESPN’s ‘Monday Night Countdown’ Team

New York, NY - November 30, 2021: Larry Fitzgerald Jr. attends 2021 Footwear News Acheivement Awards at Casa Cipriani South Seaport

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Larry Fitzgerald is joining the Worldwide Leader in Sports.

According to a report from Andrew Marchand of the New York Post, the former Arizona Cardinals star will be joining ESPN’s team for Monday Night Countdown.

It is the latest big hire from the network which also added Pat McAfee to College GameDay this week.

The future Hall of Famer will make his debut on the program ahead of ESPN’s Monday Night Football opener in Seattle on Monday before Russel Wilson and the Broncos take on the Seahawks in what will be Wilson’s return to his former team.

Fitzgerald will not have a fool workload, however, with the reports claiming he will be on between five to seven shows throughout the season.

The Monday Night Countdown team recently lost Hall of Fame wide receiver Randy Moss, so Fitzgerald will step into his role and join Suzy Kolber, Adam Schefter, Booger McFarland, Steve Young, and Alex Smith.

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