The New York Post‘s Andrew Marchand is reporting that ESPN will add former quarterback Dan Orlovsky to its football coverage. Orlovsky will reportedly work on both college football and NFL studio shows.
Orlovsky was a journeyman quarterback in his ten year pro career. He is probably best known for running out of the back of the end zone and getting called for a safety on himself during his time with the Detroit Lions. Orlovsky played his college ball at UConn from 2001-2003.
According to Marchand, Orlovsky was courted by other outlets including CBS. He has done some work for UConn’s radio network in recent years.