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Monday Night Football: Broncos at Seahawks kicks off ESPN’s schedule

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ESPN will debut a new broadcasting team this season, having lured Joe Buck and Troy Aikman from Fox to join sideline reporter Lisa Salters and rules analyst John Parry. Michelle Beisner-Buck also joins the team to present feature content.

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The crew will hit the ground running, getting Russell Wilson‘s return to Seattle in his Broncos debut in Week 1. The Monday Night Football season ends with a to-be-announced doubleheader Jan. 7.

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Here is the entire Monday Night Football schedule:

Sept. 12 Denver at Seattle

Sept. 19 – Tennessee at Buffalo and Minnesota at Philadelphia (ABC exclusive)

Sept. 26 – Dallas at New York Giants

Oct. 3-LA Rams at San Francisco

Oct. 10 – Las Vegas at Kansas City

Oct. 17 Denver at L.A. Chargers

Oct. 24-Chicago at New England

Sunday, Oct. 30 – Denver vs. Jacksonville (international game in London)

Oct. 31-Cincinnati at Cleveland

Nov. 7 Baltimore at New Orleans

Nov. 14-Washington at Philadelphia

Nov. 21 – San Francisco at Arizona

Nov. 28-Pittsburgh at Indianapolis

Dec. 5 – New Orleans at Tampa Bay

Dec. 12 – New England at Arizona

Dec. 19-LA Rams at Green Bay

Dec. 26-LA Chargers at Indianapolis

Jan. 2-Buffalo at Cincinnati

Jan. 7 – TBD doubleheader

ESPN will continue with an alternative announcing option in the form of the “ManningCast” with Peyton and Eli Manning. The “ManningCast” aired for nine regular-season Monday Night Football games and ESPN’s Wild Card weekend during the 2021 season.



Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

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