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ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown boasts new elements

Sunday NFL Countdown features new segments and contributors this season.
Sunday NFL Countdown features new segments and contributors this season.

Sunday NFL Countdown went through significant changes in the offseason.

On camera, ESPN’s signature NFL studio program now features a completely new cast of analysts – Trent Dilfer, Matt Hasselbeck, Randy Moss and Charles Woodson – alongside longtime host Chris Berman.

Off camera, a new duo of producers – Matthew Garrett and Chad Minutillo – is quarterbacking the two-hour show each week.

“This season, our goal is to take our viewers to places they can’t buy a ticket to. Whether that is through our show elements, features, discussions or access-driven content,” said Garrett, who is also in his fifth season as Monday Night Countdown producer. Garrett and Minutillo shared with Front Row their top-five new elements on ESPN’s Sunday NFL pregame show this fall.

Sunday NFL Countdow producer Matthew Garrett (right) consults with new analysts Randy Moss and Charles Woodson (foreground). (Photo courtesy of Matthew Garrett/ESPN)
Sunday NFL Countdown producer Matthew Garrett (right) consults with new analysts Randy Moss and Charles Woodson (foreground) during the preseason at the LA Coliseum. (Photo courtesy of Matthew Garrett/ESPN)
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