Chris Myers

Christopher Patrick Myers (born March 28, 1959[1]) is an American sportscaster. A native of Miami, FL with more than 30 years in broadcasting, he has covered the Super Bowl, the World Series, the NBA Finals, the NCAA Final Four, The Masters and the U.S. Open (golf), the Triple Crown, the Olympics and the Daytona 500.

Chris Myers
Chris Myers in 2019
Myers in 2016
Christopher Patrick Myers

March 28, 1959 (age 60)
ResidenceHollywood, California
Spouse(s)Sue Myers

Early life and career

Chris Myers broke into broadcasting as a 16-year-old high school student when he hosted his own show on Miami’s WKAT radio, interviewing such sports figures as Muhammad Ali and Don Shula. He graduated from Chaminade High School, Hollywood, Florida, in 1977. In the 1980s Myers hosted a sports radio call-in show on WIOD-AM in Miami before moving to New Orleans to work for broadcast station WWL.


Myers spent ten years (1988-1998) at ESPN, hosting SportsCenter, Baseball Tonight and other shows. He received an Emmy for the interview program Up Close, on which he was the first to conduct live interviews with O.J. Simpson after both his O.J. Simpson murder trial and the wrongful death civil lawsuit.

Myers earned acclaim for his live reporting during the 1989 San Francisco earthquake that took place during the World Series. He was the only on-scene reporter who stayed on the air through the night broadcasting from Atlanta during the Centennial Olympic Park bombing.

While at ESPN Myers coined popular phrases such as "That deserves a 'Wow'" and "I kid because I care". He was also the first to use the term "3-ball" when describing a 3-point shot in basketball and "a hoop and some harm" when describing a basket and foul. Myers introduced the phrase "a fresh set of downs" while doing play-by-play for football.

Fox Sports

In December 1998, Myers joined Fox Sports and Fox Sports Net, where he was one of the original anchors of The National Sports Report and the weekly sports magazine program Goin' Deep. In 2005, he debuted The Chris Myers Interview on FSN. In 2000, Myers joined Fox Sports Radio where he currently hosts his own interview show, CMI, which is heard on over 200 affiliates. Myers conducted the last public interview with the late John Wooden in April 2010 on CMI. The legendary 99-year-old coach told Myers he did not fear death, saying "The next life will be even better, and this one hasn't been too bad."

Myers has been the studio host for Fox NASCAR coverage since it began in 2001. He also serves an as announcer and/or a reporter for Fox NFL, Fox College Football and Fox Major League Baseball, and was a reporter for Fox's coverage of the Bowl Championship Series.

Myers has been a reporter on multiple Super Bowls and World Series for Fox Live Network Broadcasts.


Myers presented the New Orleans Saints with their first ever NFC championship trophy after they narrowly defeated the Minnesota Vikings 31-28 on January 24, 2010.

During a Detroit Lions and New Orleans Saints game, on September 13, 2009, Myers made a remark about linebacker Larry Foote's decision to leave the perennially strong Pittsburgh Steelers to play for Detroit, "That's like going from dating Beyoncé to Whoopi Goldberg!"[2][3][4][5].

Myers visited the American armed forces in Qatar on behalf of Fox Sports, and gave a live broadcast with the armed forces on the pre-game show before the New Orleans Saints played the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day 2010.

MLB on Fox

On July 14, 2012, Myers called his first MLB on Fox game with Eric Karros when the New York Mets played against the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field. Myers called MLB games for Fox in 2012 and 2013, before moving back to the studio for the 2014 season.

In 2014, Myers began hosting MLB Whiparound, a nightly show aired weeknights on Fox Sports 1 featuring quick turnaround-highlights, news, and analysis live from Los Angeles.


Myers (along with Jeff Hammond and Michael Waltrip) hosts NASCAR RaceDay, Pizza Hut Prerace Show, and NASCAR Victory Lane during Fox's coverage of NASCAR. His first NASCAR race was the 2001 Daytona 500 where the finish was overshadowed by the death of Dale Earnhardt. Myers currently hosts NASCAR FOX/FS1 with Michael Waltrip, Jeff Gordon and Darrell Waltrip pre-race and post-race shows.

Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

In 2017, Myers was named host for Fox evening coverage of both nights of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, initially with WKC Director of Communications Gail Miller Bisher; dog show judge Jason Hoke was added in 2018. Myers also, in 2017 only, hosted Fox's annual documentary on the event, Crowned: Inside the Westminister Dog Show.

Boxing on Fox

In 2019, Myers began doing Fox PBC Boxing play by play and hosting.

Other appearances

Myers has hosted shows and events on the Discovery Channel, Tennis Channel, and the Military Channel, and has appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! numerous times. Myers also serves as the play-by-play commentator for Tampa Bay Buccaneers preseason games that air locally on WTSP-TV, after having the same role for WFLA-TV from 2003-2010.

Personal life

Myers resides in Hollywood, California with his wife and son.

Broadcast partners


  1. ^ "Chris Myers". IMDb. Retrieved 16 April 2016.
  2. ^ "Chris Myers On Playing In Detroit: Like Going From Beyonce To Whoopi Goldberg". Retrieved 16 April 2016.
  3. ^ A.J. Daulerio. "Chris Myers Compares Playing For Detroit To Dating Whoopi Goldberg". Deadspin. Retrieved 16 April 2016.
  4. ^ Shadow and Act. "Shadow and Act New Home - Shadow and Act". Shadow and Act. Retrieved 16 April 2016.
  5. ^ "Chris Myers thinks playing for the Lions is like dating Whoopi Goldberg". Retrieved 16 April 2016.

External links

2017 Arizona Cardinals season

The 2017 Arizona Cardinals season was the franchise's 98th season in the National Football League, their 30th in Arizona and 12th at University of Phoenix Stadium. It was also the fifth and final season under head coach Bruce Arians. The Cardinals played one road game in London at Twickenham Stadium against the Los Angeles Rams as one of the NFL London Games. They improved on a 7–8–1 season they had in 2016, finishing 8–8. However, they missed the playoffs for the second straight season.

Bowl Championship Series on television and radio

When the Bowl Championship Series was formed in 1998, television coverage was consolidated on the ABC Television Network. Beginning with the 2006 season, the Fox Broadcasting Company took over television coverage of the Sugar Bowl, Orange Bowl, and Fiesta Bowl games. ABC retained the Rose Bowl game under a separate contract. Radio broadcast coverage has been on ESPN Radio.

Chris Myers (American football)

Christopher Myers Jr. (born September 15, 1981) is a former American football center. He played college football for the University of Miami, and was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the sixth round of the 2005 NFL Draft. He also played for the Houston Texans.

Chris Myers (New Jersey)

Chris Myers (born December 2, 1965) is an American business executive and politician, ex-Mayor in Medford, New Jersey. He was the unsuccessful Republican nominee for New Jersey's 3rd congressional district, a seat which was open due to the retirement of incumbent Jim Saxton, in 2008.

Chris Myers (disambiguation)

Chris or Christopher Myers may also refer to:

Chris Myers (American football) (born 1981), American football player

Chris Myers (footballer) (born 1969), English former professional footballer

Chris Myers (New Jersey) (born 1965), American business executive and politician

Christopher Myers, author and illustrator of children's books

Chris John Myers, electronics engineer

Chris Myers (born 1959) is an American sports broadcaster.

Christopher "Chris" Myers, a fictional character in The Promise (2016)

Chris Myers (footballer)

Christopher Myers (born 1 April 1969) is an English former professional footballer who played for clubs including Torquay United and Exeter City.

Dawlish Town A.F.C.

Dawlish Town A.F.C. was a football club based in Dawlish, Devon, England. The club played in the Western League Premier Division and in March 2008 the club entered into a partnership with Newton Abbot to share administrative resources, although the playing staff remained separate.

In October 2003 Chris Myers took over as manager. After relegation at the end of that season, Dawlish Town rebuilt. A 4th-place finish the next season was again something to build on and in the season 05/06, they came back up as First Division Champions. The 06/07 season saw Dawlish Town consolidate in the Premier League of the Toolstation Western League with a 10th-place finish. Season 07/08 was a season to remember for Dawlish Town and their supporters. A runners-up spot behind League Winners Truro City and two major cup wins in the Les Phillips Cup and the Devon St Lukes Cup finished off a great season for the club. On 8 June, manager Chris Myers resigned to move to the North west of England.


Inside NASCAR was a television show, broadcast on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday during the NASCAR season on Showtime. The show was hosted by Chris Myers, while the analysts are Michael Waltrip, Brad Daugherty, and Kyle Petty who replaced Randy Pemberton who was an analyst during the show's first season in 2010. Petty joined in 2011 as an analyst. The show was a 30-minute show, that had new episodes weekly. A previous show called Inside NASCAR was broadcast on TNN until late 2000. After the 2012 season, Showtime announced that they would remove the show from their television schedule for the 2013 season.


KCQL, "Fox Sports Radio 1340," is a sports station licensed to Aztec, New Mexico in the Four Corners region.

The station is owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. under the name Capstar Partners, L.P.

Hosts on KCQL include Jim Rome, Chris Myers, J.T. the Brick, Ed Lacy, and Randy Simon.

Play-by-play action comes mainly from Westwood One and includes NFL football and the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament. There is also local sports action not otherwise specified on the station's official website, possibly high school sports.

List of American League Championship Series broadcasters

The following is a list of the national television and radio networks and announcers that have broadcast American League Championship Series games over the years. It does include any announcers who may have appeared on local broadcasts produced by the participating teams.

List of Daytona 500 broadcasters

The following is a list of the American television networks and announcers who have broadcast NASCAR's annual Daytona 500 throughout the years. Throughout its history, the Daytona 500 has been aired on all four major networks in the U.S., including ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox. In 1979, CBS covered the race live flag-to-flag for the first time. The unprecedented broadcast was considered risky by network executives, but was a rousing success when a snowstorm blanketed much of the east coast, prompting a huge viewing audience. An exciting and shocking finish capped off a telecast that was considered a ground-breaking moment in the history of NASCAR, and one of the defining moments that helped elevate the sport into the mainstream.

Currently, Fox holds exclusive rights to carry the Daytona 500 in the United States, under the terms of contract extensions that run through the 2024 NASCAR season. As part of the package, Fox also holds the exclusive rights to support events held during Daytona 500 Speedweeks, including the Clash, Daytona 500 pole qualifying, the Duels, the Truck Series race, the Xfinity Series race, and the respective practice sessions. Some of the ancillary events are aired on Fox companion channels FS1 and FS2.

List of Fox Sports announcers

This is a list of commentators who currently work or have worked for Fox Sports.

List of NFC Championship Game broadcasters

The following is a list of the television and radio networks and announcers who have broadcast the National Football Conference Championship Game throughout the years. The years listed concentrate on the season instead of the calendar year that the game took place. The forerunner to the NFC Championship Game (prior to the 1970 AFL–NFL merger) was the NFL Championship Game.

List of NFL on Fox commentator pairings

These are the following announcer pairings for the NFL on Fox.

List of Sugar Bowl broadcasters

Television network, play-by-play and color commentator(s) for the Sugar Bowl from 1953 to the present.

MLB Whiparound

MLB Whiparound is an American baseball nightly television show on Fox Sports 1 hosted by Chris Myers and Kevin Burkhardt with Joel Klatt alternating as a secondary presenter. The presenteris joined by either 1 or 2 analysts from the group of Eric Karros, Dontrelle Willis, Pete Rose, Nick Swisher, Alex Rodriguez, A. J. Pierzynski, Frank Thomas, and Terry Collins, as well as Fox Sports' Jon Paul Morosi and Ken Rosenthal.

NASCAR Victory Lane

NASCAR Victory Lane is a post-race show for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events. The program is broadcast on Fox Sports 1 and is hosted by John Roberts or Chris Myers. It also stars Michael Waltrip, Kenny Wallace, Wendy Venturini and Bob Dillner, and analyzes the day's event with highlights, post-race interviews and interaction with the winning driver and crew chief.

Nischelle Turner

Nischelle Renee Turner is an entertainment correspondent for HLN's Showbiz Tonight and CNN. Previously she was an entertainment correspondent for KNBC in Los Angeles. She was a general assignment reporter for KTTV FOX 11 from 2004 and to October 2, 2008 and worked as a sideline reporter for FOX's Sunday NFL broadcasts, and did segments for a show called Dailies. Prior to KTTV, she worked for WEHT, the ABC affiliate in Evansville, Indiana and for WVUE, the FOX Affiliate in New Orleans. She is a native of Columbia, Missouri. She attended the University of Missouri, and graduated from its Journalism school in 1998. She used to work with either analyst Kurt Warner or Torry Holt and either play-by-play Chris Myers, Sam Rosen (sportscaster), or Chris Rose. She also works with Paul Sunderland on college basketball telecasts.

It was announced that she would replace Rocsi Diaz as weekend co-anchor and correspondent on Entertainment Tonight in fall 2014.


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