Joe Theismann apparently didn’t get the memo from the NFL Network about his broadcast future.
“I don’t know what’s going to happen. It’s great being back in the booth. I hope it will continue,” Theismann told USA Today on rumors that he was being replaced in the booth by Mike Mayock. “This is a fickle business. Anything can happen and anyone can wind up with a job.”
“I felt toward the end of the season we were putting out an extremely good product. I think the ratings were up 38%,” Theismann added.
Joe does know the ratings were up 38 percent because of the product on the field, not the noise coming from the booth, right?
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