When San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss declared himself the best ever to play the position during Super Bowl XLVII Media Day on Tuesday, ESPN was in a unique position to react to those comments.
After all, Jerry Rice — a Pro Football Hall of Fame member who many consider the NFL’s greatest player, regardless of position — is an ESPN analyst. Hall of Fame finalist Cris Carter, a mentor to Moss and a former teammate, is also an ESPN analyst.
And they are just two members of the roster of ESPN analysts and reporters in New Orleans covering the impending 49ers-Baltimore Ravens matchup.
The result was quick, comprehensive and insightful multimedia coverage captured in one-stop shopping on ESPN.com.
Meet two of the many people behind ESPN.com’s NFL coverage in the video above: Rob King, Senior VP, Editorial, ESPN Digital & Print Media, and John Banks, Senior Deputy Editor, NFL.
Video produced by Tonya Malinowski