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- Jerome Bettis to Analyze For NBC

Chris Pokorny February 20, 2006
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Jerome Bettis isn't done with football yet. Although the future Hall of Fame running back has retired from the NFL, he will be a studio analyst for NBC during Sunday night football games next season.

"I am looking forward to this new opportunity and to still be involved in the game I love," said Bettis.

Bettis retired after finally winning a Super Bowl with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Ironically, the first game of the season will be played by the Steelers on September 7th, 2006, a game that will be shown by NBC on Thursday. Bettis will also receiver his Super Bowl ring that day.

"It will be the proudest night of my life," Bettis said. "I will finally get my ring and I will start my new career in television in front of all the Steelers fans."

John Madden and Al Michaels will be announcing the games for NBC. Cris Collinsworth will also be an analyst for NBC. The move for Bettis to be an analyst is not a surprise, because he often appeared on the CBS' NFL Today during a bye week.

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