Congrats to both ladies who will also continue their work with the UFC.
You work hard, and people notice. It’s a universal truth. That can be said for both Karyn Bryant and Megan Olivi who will be working with FOX on NFL assignments. It’s a great reward for their excellent work coving MMA and the UFC. I’m a fan of both of them, and I’m certain they’ll add personality to the NFL broadcasts.
Karyn Bryant will be on the sidelines in Atlanta reporting during the Falcons clash with the Carolina Panthers. She’s very amped to get started with her new assignment and was quoted in an MMA Junkie article saying the following.
“I am beyond excited to join the NFL on FOX team. My dad used to coach Pop Warner, and I’ve loved the game since the days I stood on the sidelines with him as a kid. I am from New England, so I know a few things about great football. I’m looking forward to getting out from behind the anchor desk and onto the gridiron.”
We’re looking forward to seeing it as well.
Megan Olivi will serve as a sideline reporter for the first time on September 23rd in Houston for the Texans home game vs. the New York Giants. She’ll be working alongside Kenny Albert and Ronde Barber as a sidelines reporter. She is also very excited about the opportunity, saying the following.
“I’m thrilled to be working on the NFL sidelines this season. It’s an exciting new opportunity in my sports reporting career. As a lifelong football fan, I’m honored to have the chance to be a part of the FOX NFL broadcast team.”
It will be nice to see some familiar faces on the sidelines while I’m lounging watching football all day.