The former Oakland Raiders quarterback may have retired from playing the game but hes just jumped teams and joined CBS Sports as a game analyst.
Gannon says he wanted to stay close to the game after a neck injury cut his career a bit short and figured the best way to do that was to call games.
Unlike some athletes who go into broadcasting, Gannon never thought he would be a broadcaster, but figures his passion for the game will keep him near football in some capacity from here on out.
It could even mean being a coach in the future although the 2002 MVP is a bit reluctant to hold a clipboard just yet.
In his words, To be honest with you, coaching takes a lot of time and with my family, I dont know if thats something I want to do yet.
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