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Steelers-Browns Announcers Revealed



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The announcers for the Steelers’ Monday night clash against the Cleveland Browns in Week 2 have been revealed. ESPN announced on Thursday that Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, and Lisa Salters will work Pittsburgh’s Monday night brouhaha. In contrast, Chris Fowler, Dan Orlovsky, Louis Riddick, and Laura Rutledge will work the other Monday night game, the Carolina Panthers against the New Orleans Saints. John Parry will serve as the rules analyst for both games.

That means the first two games have announcing crews, as Joe Davis, Daryl Johnston, and Pam Oliver will call Pittsburgh’s Week 1 matchup against the San Francisco 49ers. Cleveland will unveil their new white uniforms for the first time on a playing field for the game.

The combinations depict a new white helmet with an orange stripe down the middle. They will be paired with the team’s already existing throwback uniforms that they wore as an alternate uniform in 2021. While the Steelers game will be the first time they will be worn, they will also wear them two other times in Week 6 against the 49ers and Week 17 against the Jets.

The league’s longest-current booth pairing, Buck and Aikman, each signed multi-year contracts with ESPN last year to move to Monday Night Football. They have called NFL games together for the last 21 years. The pairing has broadcast over 275 regular-season games, more than 40 playoff matchups, 18 NFC Championships, and six Super Bowls.

Salters, a Penn State graduate, has served as a sideline reporter for Monday Night Football since 2012, the longest-tenured sideline reporter in Monday Night Football history. Salters has worked numerous other events for ESPN, including covering the NBA, Olympics, College Football, and World Cup.

The Browns-Steelers game will air on ESPN as part of a doubleheader for Week 2, which will kick off at 8:15 p.m. Both games can be streamed on ESPN+ as well as watched on ESPN.

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