Karyn Bryant and Megan Olivi to get NFL on FOX reporting opportunity
Two of the very best reporters in MMA are now going to get their chance with the NFL. According to MMA Junkie both Karyn Bryant and Megan Olivi will get opportunities to report with the NFL on FOX in addition to their roles with the UFC.
Both Bryant and Olivi have split time hosting several different shows with the UFC and FOX, and now will get their opportunity to do work with the NFL as well.
The news first reported by MMA Junkie also states that Bryant’s first game will be on Sunday when the Carolina Panthers visit the Atlanta Falcons as she joins the broadcast team of Dan Hellie and Greg Jennings. It was also announced that Bryant will work the Jacksonville Jaguars vs New York Jets in Jacksonville, Florida on Sept. 30, as well as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Atlanta Falcons on October 14, back in Atlanta.
Olivi will make her NFL on FOX debut on September 23 when the Houston Texans host the New York Giants, and Olivi will join the broadcast team of Kenny Albert and Ronde Barber for that game. Her next appearance will be the following week with the same broadcast team as they travel to Oakland when the Raiders host the Cleveland Browns.
Both women have shown to be two of the best and most powerful reporters in their roles with the UFC and now they’ll get to bring their talents over to the NFL as well.
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