Kevin Harlan is back in 2015 for his sixth season as the full-time voice of Monday Night Football on Westwood One. He has also called the action at the last five Super Bowls, beginning with Super Bowl XLV in February 2011.
Harlan previously broadcast Super Bowl XXXV for CBS HDTV and also currently calls play-by-play for CBS Sports’ coverage of both the NFL and NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. Harlan joined CBS Sports in 1998 as an NFL play-by-play announcer, after having served in the same capacity for Fox Sports since 1994. 2014 marked his 30th consecutive season broadcasting the NFL and with his additional role as play-by-play announcer for the NBA on TNT, he will enter into his 28th season broadcasting the NBA later this fall.
Harlan spent nine seasons (1985-93) as the voice of the Kansas City Chiefs and was the voice of the Minnesota Timberwolves for nine seasons as well. Harlan also called the Final Four on Westwood One from 2003-2007.
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SANTA CLARA, CA – If Peyton Manning does indeed retire after this season, he’ll go out a winner after the Denver defense carried the Broncos to a 24-10 win over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50. The…Read More »
DENVER – The 17th battle of Peyton Manning and Tom Brady went to Manning and now the Denver Broncos are headed back to the Super Bowl for the second time in three years. Manning threw a pair of touchdown passes to Owen Daniels and the Denver defense held Brady and the…Read More »
DENVER – For the 17th time, it’ll be Tom Brady versus Peyton Manning and this time a spot in historic Super Bowl 50 is on the line. Manning and the Denver Broncos defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 23-16 on Sunday afternoon to advance to the AFC Championship Game, where they’ll host Brady…Read More »
CINCINNATI, OH – In a Wild Card game that lived up to the name, the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 18-16 on Chris Boswell’s late field goal. Pittsburgh led 15-0 Martavis Bryant’s circus catch late in the third quarter, but on the next series Ben Roethlisberger was sacked and left…Read More »
DENVER, CO – DeMarcus Ware recovered a mishandled snap in overtime to clinch a 20-17 win for Denver over Cincinnati on Monday night. The victory also secured the Broncos’ spot in the playoffs. Denver had a chance to win the game in regulation, but Brandon McManus badly missed a 45-yard field…Read More »
NEW ORLEANS, LA – Matthew Stafford was nearly perfect as the Detroit Lions defeated the New Orleans Saints on Monday night at the Superdome. Stafford was 22 of 25 for 254 yards and three touchdowns, including a pair to Golden Tate. Drew Brees also threw three touchdown passes in defeat.…Read More »
MIAMI GARDENS, FL – Odell Beckham had a pair of touchdown receptions – including a go-ahead 84-yarder in the fourth quarter – as the New York Giants kept pace in the tight NFC East rice with a 31-24 victory over Miami on Monday night. Eli Manning had a spectacular night for…Read More »
LANDOVER, MD – The race to win the worst division in the NFL remains a tight one after the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Washington Redskins 19-16 on Dan Bailey’s late 54-yard field goal. After 58 minutes of touchdown-free football, the game suddenly sprung to life after the two-minute warning in the…Read More »