ESPN didn’t look far to find a replacement for Charles Woodson on Sunday NFL Countdown. Tedy Bruschi will be elevated to the Sunday show alongside Randy Moss, Rex Ryan, and Matt Hasselbeck and host Sam Ponder.
Bruschi has worked in Bristol for a decade since retiring from the NFL. He has made appearances on a number of shows including SportsCenter and NFL Live.
According to Andrew Marchand of The New York Post, this may not be the end of the changes coming to Sunday NFL Countdown. “ESPN executives are still gameplanning as they reimagine the program’s format. There still could be additional changes to the main team.”
Woodson was let go last month after three years with ESPN.