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The following group of current NFL players and coaches serve as analysts/reporters on a regular basis for NFL Network's signature show, NFL Total Access. They join Rich Eisen, Seth Joyner, and Ken Norton, Jr. who anchor the show from Los Angeles. These player/analysts will be on via remote from their team facility.

Player Team Position Experience

Hugh Douglas Jacksonville Jaguars Defensive End 9

Doug Flutie San Diego Chargers Quarterback 10

Wayne Gandy New Orleans Saints Offensive Tackle 10

Tony Gonzalez Kansas City Chiefs Tight End 7

Torry Holt St. Louis Rams Wide Receiver 5

Dhani Jones New York Giants Linebacker 3

Patrick Kerney Atlanta Falcons Defensive End 5

Jim Mora, Jr. San Francisco 49ers Defensive Coord. 18

Ed Reed Baltimore Ravens Safety 1

Ephraim Salaam Denver Broncos Offensive Tackle 6

Chris Samuels Washington Redskins Offensive Tackle 4

Dana Stubblefield Oakland Raiders Defensive Tackle 11

Troy Vincent Philadelphia Eagles Cornerback 12

Roy Williams Dallas Cowboys Safety 1

Chris Samuels, Washington Redskins No. 60, Offensive Tackle

Despite battling nagging injuries during the 2002 season, Chris Samuels, offensive tackle for the Washington Redskins, started 15 games at left tackle and earned his second consecutive trip to the Pro Bowl. He was voted the Ed Block Courage Award winner by teammates and coaches in 2002, an award given annually to a player from each team who exemplifies commitment to the principles of sportsmanship and courage. In 2001, Samuels started all 16 games and showed great leadership on and off the playing field. He was particularly active in the Redskins relief effort following the September 11th attacks at the Pentagon, visiting victims in the hospital and fundraising throughout the season. He was also the Redskins United Way spokesman, as well as participating in numerous charity programs and events. In 2000, after earning the starting LT spot in training camp, Samuels went on to start every game and won co-Offensive Rookie of the Month honors in October. A first round pick by the Redskins in 2000, Samuels enjoyed a celebrated career at Alabama. After his senior year in 1999, he was awarded the Outland Trophy as college football's top lineman and was a finalist for the Lombardi Award and a First

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BD - Rich and ESPN agreed to part ways when his contract was up earlier this year. If I remember right it was because he didn't want to go back to doing Sportcenter every day. He wanted to host some of the special shows that some of the other guys have now. ESPN said "no", he walked.

I hate Boomer too. His act got old about 5 years ago.

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