The 2023 Reese’s Senior Bowl game takes place on Saturday, Feb. 4. Where will the game be broadcast, and who will be covering the action live? Here’s a look at the broadcast crew for the showcase in Mobile.
Who’s the Broadcast Crew for the Senior Bowl on NFL Network?
Just as it’s been covered throughout the week during practice, the Senior Bowl game will be broadcast live on NFL Network. Andrew Siciliano will provide play-by-play details. Daniel Jeremiah and Charles Davis will provide NFL draft analysis, and Tom Pelissero will report from the sideline.
Siciliano has been an NFL Network host for over a decade, after spending the previous decade as a fixture at FOX Sports. He provides on-site coverage for notable postseason and offseason events. He’ll be aided by Pelissero at the Senior Bowl, an NFL Media Insider, who will provide adjacent coverage during the game.
The majority of the NFL draft-relevant analysis, however, will come from Jeremiah and Davis. Both media personalities have an abundance of experience when it comes to draft evaluation.
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Jeremiah, who is also the co-host of the Move The Sticks Podcast with Bucky Brooks, began his football journey as a quarterback at Appalachian State, graduating in 2000. For eight years leading up to 2012, Jeremiah was a scout in the NFL for various teams, before joining NFL Network as an analyst. Since 2019, he’s been a lead draft analyst for the site and is one of the primary faces of the NFL draft.
Davis, meanwhile, played college football as a defensive back for Tennessee from 1983 to 1986. After the end of his playing career, he spent time as an assistant coach at the University of Pacific, then made the transition to athletic administration. That shift helped him eventually become the assistant athletic director at Stanford.
You may see Davis during the season as an in-game analyst on FOX alongside Kevin Burkhardt and Pam Oliver. However, he’s also a big part of NFL Network’s NFL Draft coverage at the Senior Bowl, the NFL Combine, and the NFL draft itself.