CBS reveals first woman to call National Football League game for network

Rufina Vignone
Agosto 16, 2017

Beth Mowins will make history September 11 as the first woman to ever call a nationally televised NFL game.

24 for the Browns-Colts broadcast, Mowins will actually begin the season working with ESPN, calling Week 1's Chargers-Broncos matchup on Monday Night Football. She will be partnered with former New York Jets and Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan in the broadcast booth.

The quarterback-turned-broadcaster will make his debut as an analyst with CBS in its Week 1 broadcast of the Oakland Raiders versus the Tennessee Titans, the station announced on Tuesday. Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts and Evan Washburn continue to serve as CBS Sports' No. 2 team and call the Network's top game on Sundays when Nantz, Romo and Wolfson do not call a game.

Mowins joins NBC's Gayle Sierens (1987) as the only women to call play-by-play for an National Football League regular-season game.

According to a press release from CBS, the 37-year-old will get his first regular-season action in his post-NFL career in the first week of the 2017 season.

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