Nate Burleson: New NFL Fans on CBS, Nick

As the NFL season ends, some retiring players may move to media roles. Nate Burleson of “The NFL Today” on CBS and “Good Morning Football” on NFL Network says... See More

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As the NFL season ends, some retiring players may move to media roles. Nate Burleson of “The NFL Today” on CBS and “Good Morning Football” on NFL Network says he was a “diva” wide receiver destined for TV. He looked up to “The NFL Today” host James Brown like he looked up to Randy Moss when he was a rookie with the Minnesota Vikings. Brown says Burleson was a natural and has made the CBS studio show hipper. Burleson also talks about reaching new audiences on Nickelodeon, a sentiment that fellow analyst Bill Cowher shares. Plus, hear from more CBS voices, Kyle Long and Charles Davis, on what’s next for Deshaun Watson and how the league and its play-callers have evolved.

As the NFL season ends, some retiring players may move to media roles. Nate Burleson of “The NFL Today” on CBS and “Good Morning Football” on NFL Network says he was a “diva” wide receiver destined for TV. He looked up to “The NFL Today” host James Brown like he looked up to Randy Moss when he was a rookie with the Minnesota Vikings. Brown says Burleson was a natural and has made the CBS studio show hipper. Burleson also talks about reaching new audiences on Nickelodeon, a sentiment that fellow analyst Bill Cowher shares. Plus, hear from more CBS voices, Kyle Long and Charles Davis, on what’s next for Deshaun Watson and how the league and its play-callers have evolved.

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Stu Hothem

Stu Hothem has covered some of the biggest events in sports across TV, radio and the web. As a researcher with ABC, CBS and ESPN, he worked on the Super Bowl, Olympics, World Cup and X Games. At FOXSports.com, he integrated content and interactive features with FOX Sports broadcast and cable programming. He managed the editorial team at NASCAR.com and also worked in the sanctioning body’s integrated marketing communications department. His professional career began at WFAN, the nation’s first all-sports radio station, following his time at the Rutgers radio station as a play-by-play announcer, talk-show host and general manager.