04.16.09 9 years ago 12 Comments

Dyah see dat right there? He’s uhh he’ been in this game a long time and uhh now he’s gonna retire which means he’s not gonna uhh not be in the game any more. And uhh I dunno what he’s gonna be doin now but he uhh…and then and then BOOM RIGHT THERE…but uh he’s not gonna be around football now that’s for sure.

NFL Legend John Madden has decided to retire from announcing games in the NFL.

John Madden has done everything possible in the NFL. He played for the Philadelphia Eagles, coached the Oakland Raiders, announced games, and has his name on one of the most successful video games of all time.

In 2006, Madden was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame for his work as the Oakland Raiders Head Coach.

I actually enjoyed Madden’s work everywhere he’s been; he blends the technical observations from the game with everyman language as well as anyone still working. Early reports that Madden’s chair in the NBC booth will be filled by Al Michael’s Ego. Fortunately, Madden was a big guy.

|as first seen on In Game Now|

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