Two of pro football's iconic names will join ESPN's lineup of NFL analysts.
Former two-time Super Bowl winning coach Bill Parcells and Hall-of-Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice join former player Damien Woodyas the newest additions to the worldwide leader's roster of former players-turned-analysts.
Rejoining ESPN, Parcells will make his debut Aug. 15 during the premiere of Monday Night Countdown, before the New York Jets-Houston Texans preseason game. He will make one more appearance on the Monday night pregame show on Sept.12, when the Monday Night Football regular-season lineup kicks off. He will be a regular contributor to on Sunday NFL Countdown as well as appear in two SportsCenter specials: "Super Bowl Confidential" and "Draft Confidential."
Rice will make his ESPN debut Sept. 15 on the roundtable discussion show Audibles on Thursday nights. The three-time Super Bowl champion will also make regular appearances in the ESPN studio in Bristol, Conn.
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