Chris Fowler replacing Steve Levy in ESPN’s No. 2 Monday Night Football booth

Another year, another change in the NFL booth for ESPN.

After Joe Buck and Troy Aikman came on board in 2022, Chris Fowler will now replace Steve Levy on the second team, per a New York Post report on Tuesday.

Levy had been previously been bumped from the lead play-by-play voice when Buck came over from FOX Sports.

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Fowler is the lead play-by-play person on ESPN’s college football broadcasts.

Per the report:

Levy has been a good soldier throughout his MNF experience, though he wasn’t put in the best position to succeed. During his first year, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, games were played with no fans in the stands and no in-person meetings with his booth partners, Riddick and Brian Griese.

That trio received one more year together under normal circumstances before Buck and Aikman were brought in last year. Aikman signed a five-year, $90 million deal, while Buck was for five years and $75 million.

Last season, after Griese left to become the 49ers’ quarterbacks coach, ESPN put Orlovsky in his place on the second MNF team with Riddick and Levy.


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