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Retired QB Ryan Fitzpatrick joining Prime Video's 'TNF' broadcast

6/21/2022 7:44:43 PM
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Ryan Fitzpatrick will be a pregame analyst for Amazon Prime Video’s “Thursday Night Football” that begins this fall, he said in an interview with Andrew Marchand of The New York Post

Fitzpatrick will join the already announced Richard Sherman and Tony Gonazlez on the desk that is expected to be at every Thursday night game in the fall. 

The Post has previously reported that Fox Sports’ Charissa Thompson is the leading candidate to be the host and that Marshawn Lynch will likely be involved.

Enticing people to watch is about being interesting, and it is hard to argue that Fitzpatrick is not that. The Harvard graduate spent 17 years in the NFL with nine teams, earning the nickname “FitzMagic” for his sometimes sparkling play, including with the Jets in 2015. He and his wife have seven children (three boys, four girls), ranging from ages 3 to 15. 

Fitzpatrick, 39, retired from the NFL after his hip injury basically cost him all of last season with Washington. After not playing for most of the year, there were no starting opportunities in the league for him. 

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