NFL on Compass Media Sports

In addition to extensive, season-long coverage of both the Oakland Raiders and the Dallas Cowboys, Compass Media Networks also brings radio listeners additional NFL broadcasts every Sunday throughout the regular season. Notable matchups in 2012 include big divisional rivalries such as Philadelphia versus Washington and Denver at Kansas City and an AFC-NFC showdown between San Francisco and the New York Jets, among many others.

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PLAY-BY-PLAY ANNOUNCERS

Chris Carrino is the lead play-by-play announcer for Sunday afternoon NFL broadcasts on Compass Media Networks. Carrino is also the long-time play-by-play voice of the New Jersey/Brooklyn Nets, heard on America’s top-rated sports station WFAN in New York. Chris lives in New Jersey with his family and recently started The Chris Carrino Foundation, which raises funds to find a cure for Facioscapulohumeral dystrophy (FSHD), a form of muscular dystrophy affecting thousands of adults and children worldwide.

 

 

Matt “Money” Smith serves as a play-by-play voice and studio host for Compass Media Networks’ coverage of college basketball, college football and the NFL. Smith is also co-host of the nationally syndicated sports-talk show, “The Petros & Money Show,” flagshipped from KLAC-AM 570 in Los Angeles and heard across the Fox Sports Radio Network. Matt is a fixture in Los Angeles sports, having previously hosted Los Angeles Lakers pre- and post-game broadcasts and he was often seen as a guest and fill-in host on Jim Rome’s former show Rome is Burning.

 

Gregg Daniels is a play-by-play announcer for college football and NFL broadcasts on Compass Media Networks. Gregg also serves as co-host of the popular morning radio show Free Beer & Hot Wings, which originates from Grand Rapids, Michigan.

 

 

 

 

NFL ANALYSTS

Brian Baldinger is the lead analyst for Compass Media Networks’ Sunday afternoon NFL broadcasts. A former NFL offensive lineman for Dallas Cowboys (1982-1987), Indianapolis Colts (1988-1991) and Philadelphia Eagles (1992-1993), Brian also works for the NFL Network as co-host for the Thursday and Friday edition of Playbook and as an analyst for NFL Total Access. In pre-season, Brian covers the Atlanta Falcons as an analyst for WXIA-TV in Atlanta. Brian lives in New Jersey and serves as co-host of a weekday talk show from 10 AM to Noon on 97.5 FM The Fanatic in Philadelphia.

 

Curtis Conway serves as an analyst for Compass Media Networks’ Sunday afternoon NFL broadcasts. Conway is a former NFL wide receiver who played for the Chicago Bears (1993-1999), San Diego Chargers (2000-2002), New York Jets (2003) and San Francisco 49ers (2004). He was also a first-team All-American during his senior season at USC in 1992. Conway lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Laila Ali, and their children.

 

 

Dale Hellestrae is an analyst for Compass Media Networks as well as various media outlets in his hometown of Phoenix, Arizona. A former NFL offensive lineman for the Buffalo Bills (1985-1989), Dallas Cowboys (1990-2000), and Baltimore Ravens (2001), Dale won three Super Bowl titles while a member of the Cowboys.

 

 

 

Tony Hill, a former wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys (1977-1986), serves as an analyst for Compass Media Networks. Tony is also the CEO of Legends Sports Promotion, a company that raises funds for charitable organizations through celebrity sports tournaments. Tony was a three-time Pro Bowl player, two-time Super Bowl participant, and led the Cowboys in receptions and yardage in eight of his ten seasons with the team. Tony ranks second in receiving yards, third in receiving touchdowns and fourth in catches in Dallas Cowboys history. A graduate of Stanford University, Tony is a member of the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame.

 

 

STUDIO HOST

Jon Rothstein serves as studio host for Compass Media Networks coverage of NFL and NCAA Football. In addition, Jon is a contributor to CBS Sports Network and the MSG Network.

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