UPDATE: KDFW VP & GM Kathy Saunders issued a statement about Morgan’s death. “Max was an important member of the FOX 4 Sports and News family. The teams he covered and the audience he served treasured his enthusiasm, energy and signature sign-on, “Hello, Dallas-Fort Worth. . . let’s talk sports! He loved his job and our viewers knew it. Max will be greatly missed by all of us at KDFW and all of North Texas. The “talk” will never be quite the same.”
The Dallas-Fort Worth FOX owned station said Morgan started every sportscast by saying, “Hello Dallas-Fort Worth. Let’s talk sports,” along with “a smile and a magnificent baritone voice.”
For nearly 21 years Morgan was there to cover it all for Channel 4 – two Cowboys Super Bowl wins, a Stars Stanley Cup, a Mavericks title and two trips to the World Series by the Rangers.
Morgan had been off the air recently and was admitted last week to a Dallas-area hospital suffering from congestive heart failure.
Morgan joined KDFW in 1993, but from the time Morgan could talk – he was talking sports. Read more