After a busy offseason, ESPN’s two-hour Sunday NFL Countdown will make its regular season debut this weekend (11 a.m. ET, ESPN) with a brand new team.
Host Chris Berman returns as the quarterback of ESPN’s studio crew for his 32nd season, joined by newcomers Matt Hasselbeck, Randy Moss, Charles Woodson, and Trent Dilfer, who adds a spot on Sunday’s main set to his Monday Night Countdown role. The show also features new contributor Annie Apple and a pair of new producers behind-the-scenes with Chad Minutillo and Matt Garrett.
Hasselbeck, Moss and Woodson – all members of the 1998 NFL Draft class – have known each other for years. In the video above, they talk about one another and how they are already developing great chemistry together in their rookie season at ESPN.
The video below also features the new 30-second Sunday NFL Countdown ad, which started airing today.
Editor’s Note: For more on ESPN’s 2016 NFL coverage, visit ESPN Media Zone.
Bill Hofheimer and Jon McLeod produced the above video.