Former NFL wide receiver Greg Jennings will make his game analyst debut this Sunday on Fox. Jennings will be teamed with Tim Brando. The former Packers, Vikings, and Dolphins receiver will bring his perspective from his playing days during the Tampa Bay-Green Bay game.

Jennings played seven seasons with Green Bay, where he won a Super Bowl ring. In 2013, Jennings joined the Minnesota Vikings and then signed with the Miami Dolphins.

Jennings joined Fox Sports earlier this year as a regular guest on its studio debate shows such as First Things First, Undisputed, The Herd, and Speak for Yourself, and has also appeared on Fox NFL Kickoff.

In the official Fox announcement, Jennings said he was looking forward making his debut at the place where he had the most success in his playing career:

“Calling the game to be an absolute thrill for me,” said Jennings. “To have the opportunity to be back at Lambeau Field, a historic place where I have so many fond memories with the fans and my former teammates and coaches, is truly a blessing. I am looking forward to working with Tim, Jennifer and the entire FOX game crew for this broadcast.”

Brando and Jennings will be joined by sideline reporter Jennifer Hale. Fox said this will be a one-time only occurrence for Jennnings this season, but one has to think that if this is successful, Fox could consider him as a potential full-time analyst next season if a slot opens up.

[Fox Sports]

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